Friday, April 12, 2013

Cover Reveal: TREMBLE (Denazen #3) by Jus Accardo
Publication: May 7, 2013
By: Entangled Teen

Dez Cross has problems. She’s almost eighteen and on the verge of losing her
mind thanks to the drug the Denazen corporation used to enhance her abilities.
People close to her have turned their backs on the underground and are now
fighting for the wrong side. And then there’s Kale... Things couldn’t get any

Until, of course, they do. Denazen is about to start a new trial—this one called
Domination—and it works. But that means out with the old and in with the
new. The order has been given to terminate all remnants of the second trial—
including Dez. The good news is that there’s a survivor from the original trial. A
woman whose blood may hold the cure for the second generation of Supremacy
kids' defects. But the underground Sixes aren’t the only ones who know about

Dez's father is willing to throw away everything he has to keep Dez from getting
the cure—including the one thing that might tear her apart from the inside out.

Find Tremble

Exclusive Excerpt
“I told them you wouldn’t come alone. Yet here you are,” Kale’s dark voice said
from the doorway. “You’re an odd one.”

“You don’t realize it, but coming from you, that’s kinda funny,” I said, swallowing
hard and turning to face him. The light from the hall lit the entire right side of his
face, leaving the left cloaked in darkness. Two sides of the same dangerous coin.
I wanted to back away but resisted, meeting his gaze straight on. My Kale was in
there somewhere—and he could sense weakness. “Did you kill her?”

“She’s dead.”

“I figured as much,” I said, jaw tense. Another step closer. “But I’m asking
if you did it.” 

He cocked his head to the left and I could see his expression. Confusion.
“You asked the same thing about the other girl. Why does it matter?”

“Because it does. It matters to you, too. You just don’t remember.”

He took another step. Inches. He was inches from me now, the warmth
from his body radiating like the sun. Every one of my muscles plunged into an all-
out war with my heart. Common sense screamed for me to match his steps
forward with ones away. Keep your distance—he’s dangerous!

My heart wanted to move closer. I wanted this to all be nothing more than a bad

“I feel like...when I look at you—” He shook his head and placed a hand on
either side of me, up against the mattress, and brought his face close to mine. For
the longest moment all he did was stare. When he did speak, there was so much
rage in his voice. “You stabbed me. When that didn’t do the trick, you pushed me
from the bridge. I’m asking you why?”

“I never did that, Kale. No one’s ever pushed you from a bridge as far as I
know. I promise. As for the scar, yeah. You were stabbed. Alex did it.”

“You’re lying, Kiernan.”

“I’m not. And my name is Dez,” I said, voice cracking under the weight of
his words. “Deznee.” I wasn’t ready to give up, so I went with what had always
worked for me. Something insane.

Pushing forward, I crushed my lips to his, wrapping both arms around his
neck to lock him in place. He didn’t resist and, to my surprise, didn’t shove me
away. Instead, after a moment, he responded, his lips moving fervently with

The kiss only lasted a few moments. I was the one who broke it, pulling
away as the clouds passed, allowing the moonlight to shine through the bedroom
window once again. For a second, neither of us said a word. His cheeks glistened
with my tears, making it look like he’d been crying, too, as he stared—eyes wide
and mouth agape—like he’d never seen me before.

For a crazy, insane moment, time froze. I thought maybe the kiss had
done the trick. That this time the princess had woken the prince. He looked at me
with a mix of shock and awe, the tiniest hint of my Kale gleamed through. My
heart pounded so loudly I could barely hear anything else. It was there. I could
see the spark in his eyes. “Kale?”

But it didn’t last. Or maybe it hadn’t been there at all. Maybe I wanted to
see it so badly that I imagined the whole thing.

His lips parted and the corners tilted upward just a hair. “Roz is right. You
are crazy.”

About The Author
Jus Accardo spent her childhood reading and learning to cook. Determined to
follow in her grandfather’s footsteps as a chef, she applied and was accepted to
the Culinary Institute of America. At the last minute, she realized her path lay
with fiction, not food, and passed on the spot to pursue writing.

Jus is the bestselling author of YA paranormal romance and urban fantasy fiction.

A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three
dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald. Her first book, Touch was released in
November 2011 from Entangled Publishing. She is currently working on the next
book in the Denazen series.

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