Coming soon! Heroes ‘Til Curfew by Susan Bischoff

Just under a year ago, I read Hush Money, the first of Susan Bischoff’s Talent Chronicles series, and I enjoyed the book so much I titled my review X-men meets Smallville meets awesome.

Go read that review and refresh your memory as to the book’s awesomeness.

Done? Okay. Then you’ll be happy to hear that the sequel to Hush Money is coming out SOON. Like in a couple of days soon. Feast your eyes on this:

Heroes ‘Til Curfew – YA Urban Fantasy
(Talent Chronicles #2)

In the world of the Talents, kids with supernatural powers are condemned to government research facilities from which they do not return. For a Talent, the most important thing is keeping the secret…

Six weeks ago, Dylan Maxwell slugged it out with his best friend. Over a girl.

But Marco had it coming. After all, it looked like he was going to use his supernatural strength to kill Joss Marshall. That should have been the end of it, but Marco’s got bigger plans for crime in Fairview than Dylan ever understood. This time he’s going after the town’s merchants with a crime wave that threatens Joss’ family’s business and all the Talents’ secrets.

Six weeks ago, Joss Marshall was alone.

Now there’s Dylan. It’s not always comfortable being just friends with the guy she’s had a crush on forever. And the more she learns about the boy with the easy smile, who always seems to know what to say, the more she realises how much they have in common. He’s so much more than she understood, and so much more than she could stand to lose.

That was then… this is now. And now, everything changes.

Heroes ‘Til Curfew should be available in ebook on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords by this weekend.


About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.
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