Monday, March 16, 2020

Reborn Yesterday (Phenomenal Fate #1) by Tessa Bailey: Release Blitz Review


Blurb:

A timeless love story with bite.

It was a night like any other for funeral home director Ginny Lynn, until the exceptionally handsome--and unfortunately deceased--young man on her embalming table sat up, opened his emerald eyes and changed the course of her life forever, making her feel quite fluttery while he was at it.

Humans aren't supposed to know Jonas Cantrell, or any vampire, exists. It's kind of a major rule. Despite his instantaneous bond with perfectly peculiar Ginny, he has no choice but to erase her memories of their one and only meeting.

That was the plan. Before a reluctant Jonas can wipe Ginny's mind clean, she reveals a secret that brings their worlds crashing together. Human and vampire. Past and present. Darkness and light. And while their love is strictly forbidden, it might be the only thing that can save them...

Reborn Yesterday is a standalone novel.

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About the Author:

Thank you for your interest in my books! I'm Tessa and I live in the crazy, loud, overcrowded borough of Brooklyn, New York. I love it here. This city is a constant source of inspiration, which is why I've decided to set my most recent books in the Line of Duty Series here.

I moved to New York when I was eighteen, the day after I graduated high school. Threw my suitcase in the back of a Chevrolet Cavalier and drove across the country to find my adventure. I'm still finding it, little by little.

Thank you for being a part of it.


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Yvette's Review:

As a paranormal romance junkie and a die-hard fan of anything Tessa Bailey writes, I was so freaking excited when she announced she was releasing a vampire romance. Just imagining a dirty-talking vampire (I just knew he’d be a dirty-talker because: it’s Tessa Bailey) had me rubbing my hands together in anticipation. And I’m thrilled to say that Tessa Bailey did not disappoint. Not only does Jonas (aka the vampire) have a (secretly) filthy mouth, but Reborn Yesterday reminded me of why I first fell in love with vampire romances so many years ago.

Having grown up in a funeral home, Ginny is no stranger to death. What *is* strange is having a seemingly dead body come back to life right in front of her. She’s instantly captivated by the impossibly handsome stranger named Jonas. who makes her act out of character and say things better left inside of her head. Ginny’s determination to learn everything she can about Jonas soon leads to her discovering the reason behind his insistence that they shouldn’t be near each other. The truth gives new meaning to the term, ‘forbidden romance’. After all, it’s forbidden for vampires to have relationships with humans...

It’s been over a decade since I’ve read Twilight but I still remember that giddy, unparalleled experience of reading about a human girl falling in love with a vampire. I’ve read countless vampire romances since then, but I loved that Reborn Yesterday felt both familiar and new at the same time. It blends the real world with the supernatural, pairing a classic movie-loving, charmingly quirky heroine, with a perennially sunny disposition on life, and a vampire whose stoic, fiercely protective, deliciously growly nature is reminiscent to the heroes in Ginny's favorite classic films. But let's remember this is still a Tessa Bailey novel. Remember that dirty-talk I mentioned? Let's just say Jonas is a proper, restrained gentleman...until he’s not.

With characters that are so endearing, you'll become as besotted with them as they are with each other (it's ridiculously adorable), a narrative that's packed with danger, mystery, and suspense, and a love story that's both hopelessly romantic and downright naughty, Reborn Yesterday is a must-read romance from Tessa Bailey. It's an unforgettable start to the author's Phenomenal Fate Series and I can't wait for the next book featuring a certain vampire and vampire slayer.

*complimentary copy provided by author for an honest review

Rating: 5 Stars

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