Kira Brady


Mar 4
2014
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The last book in the Deadglass Trilogy, Hearts of Chaos, is out today! To celebrate, I’m going on a Deadglass Seattle scavenger hunt. Follow me on instagram/kirabrady or twitter @kirabrady to see pictures from the book settings. I’ll be posting the best of the best on my blog this week.

I’m also giving away five copies of Hearts of Chaos right here. Please help me spread the word about the last Deadglass book. Reviews are extremely helpful and appreciated!

Hearts of Chaos“Hearts of Chaos was an excellent conclusion to a phenomenal series. An exhilarating ride full of myths and magic…. I highly recommend this series to all PR and UF fans, you will not regret it! Brady is an author to watch. I will buy and read anything she writes!” – Van @ Short and Sweet Reviews

“Seamlessly weaving threads of Babylonian, Norse, and Northwest Native American fables, Brady creates a dark, rich tapestry. The trilogy ends as it began: with beautifully rendered prose and multidimensional characters who capture readers’ hearts.”  – Publishers Weekly

To save her world, one woman’s fierce quest will put her up against an ancient evil–and a desire too dangerous to deny . . .

She is betrothed to Seattle’s most feared shifter clan leader. Still, the Lady Lucia can never be the dainty aristocratic wife Emory Corbette thinks he needs. And as a malevolent, all-consuming monster plots to take hold of their shattered world, Lucia will risk her untapped powers to defeat it–and challenge the Raven King’s seductive rule. No one in Emory’s many lifetimes has ever defied him. Lucia’s courage and strength are shaking his iron control to its core. . .and making him hungry for all she can give. But their only hope is a wrenching sacrifice that could unite humans and shifters in victory–or destroy everything Lucia and Emory desire most. . .

Read an excerpt.

The Deadglass Trilogy, Book 3
Kensington Zebra • March 2014
ISBN-13: 9781420124583 • ISBN-10: 1420124587

Available in print, ebook, and audiobook.
Autographed copies available from Secret Garden Books.

Amazon •• Barnes & Noble •• B-A-M •• Chapters •• IndieBound •• Kensington Books
Secret Garden Books •• Powell’s •• The Book Depository •• Kindle •• Nook

Praise for Kira Brady and the Deadglass Series

“Imaginative. . .this fast-paced, gritty story will thrill paranormal readers.” –BookPage

“Dazzling. . .thrilling. . .irresistible.” –Publishers Weekly, starred review

“The characters are fresh and exciting, and the story is fascinating.” –RT Book Reviews

To enter to win a copy of Hearts of Chaos, please tell me what your favorite mythic story or folktale is. Five commenters will be chosen by midnight Tuesday, March 11th. Open to entrants wherever Book Depository ships. Void where prohibited.

11 comments to “Hearts of Chaos is out today”

  1. OcalaRose@aol.com
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      · March 4th, 2014 at 12:02 pm · Link

    I like the Legends of the Irish Giants. Fin MacCool

    and the giants is good fun reading.



  2. Holly
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      · March 4th, 2014 at 6:21 pm · Link

    I really enjoy the Illiad and the Odyssey.



  3. Sherida Stewart
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      · March 4th, 2014 at 8:16 pm · Link

    The Deadglass photos from your tour today are fabulous. Great idea! Happy Hearts of Chaos book birthday!



  4. Sherida Stewart
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      · March 4th, 2014 at 8:16 pm · Link

    The Deadglass photos from your tour today are fabulous. Great idea! Happy Hearts of Chaos book birthday!



  5. heathercm2001
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 3:08 pm · Link

    I’m a big fan of the greek myths. Those gods and goddesses were always stirring up all kinds of interesting trouble.

    Happy Book Birthday!!! I’m not familiar with the trilogy, but I’m glad I heard about it from Bec McMaster! It sounds amazing, and I’m definitely going to check it out!



  6. Melanie
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 3:51 pm · Link

    Snow White and Rose Red (not to be confused with Snow White and the Seven Dwarves!) Though its a children’s story, there’s potential for a more grown up telling. I love the Beauty and the Beast quality of it with a Rumpelstiltskin-like character thrown in.



  7. Kimberly Woodall
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 4:10 pm · Link

    My favorite folklore has to be about Ragnarok and the end of the Norse gods.



  8. Barbara Elness
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 4:21 pm · Link

    Congrats on the release of Hearts of Chaos!
    I love the Viking mythology, especially the stories of Thor and Loki. :D



  9. Ren
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 5:38 pm · Link

    Congrats for the release of Heart of Chaos!

    My favorite myth is Celts myth, especially about Tuatha de Danann :)



  10. Tara P.
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      · March 5th, 2014 at 7:10 pm · Link

    I love the Odyssey, as well as stories about the Norse gods. I adore Neil Gaiman’s children’s take called ‘Odd and the Frost Giants’.



  11. bn100
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      · March 7th, 2014 at 11:24 pm · Link

    legend of Paul Bunyan