MARBLE, NC, June 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Eternal Nights, the first book in The Fates of Betrayal series, is already becoming a popular read for fans of YA fiction. Breakout author Alayna Ravenwood's impact on readers has been phenomenal as Eternal Nights climbs the charts.
The novel focuses on Anna, a teen with a secret. After a family tragedy and a year of lost memories, she enrolls in an elite private school, Nightfall Academy, in hopes of finding out what happened to her and her mother. Far from her mountain home in North Carolina, Anna finds herself learning about a magical world that has been sealed away by a curse cast long ago only recently opened by a tenuous portal.
Anna soon involves herself in an average teen's life of friends and parties, but she also finds herself embroiled in the mysterious and nefarious lifestyle of the magical royals. Her life quickly spins out of control when another student spreads rumors of her mother's demise and Anna's involvement. She soon discovers who her real friends are and who she can trust, but it isn't without a price.
Alayna Ravenwood first began writing as a teen and continued to hone her skills in college in Germany where she earned a degree in both English and history. Currently she lives in Raleigh, North Carolina but considers herself a citizen of the world.
Eternal Nights is available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon and select bookstores in the US. It is also available on the Word Branch Publishing website: http://www.wordbranch.com/eternal-night.html
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