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Blog Tour Feature: The Dream Keepers by Ali Lucia Sky, and Amazon gift card giveaway!

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This World is just one of thousands of Worlds the Makers have created. The Universe and Makers are playing with those who live on it…

I am pleased to announce a cool book blog tour going on right now, presented by Ali Lucia Sky, an author I met during my journey! Congratulations on your new adult paranormal romance novel! 

When a new book comes out, it is always an exciting time for authors!

Plus, here at the I Love Romance Blog, we love discovering romance novels!

Let’s hear a little about this great book…


This is the blurb for The Dream Keepers, book one of The Powers That Be Series:

This World is just one of thousands of Worlds the Makers have created. The Universe and Makers are playing with those who live on it.

No one who had met Michaela Beauchamp could come away from it unscathed. She was a shrew–argumentative, crass, and the focus of all my wet dreams. I loved to hate her. We were at war and I was determined to win. I didn’t want her to just go away, I wanted to watch her fine ass as she went in that direction.

Whoever thought Gabriel Langdon was more than a pretty face never met the douchecanoe.
He had very few redeeming qualities. He was dumb, frustrating, and constantly featuring in all my sexiest dreams. I wasn’t difficult to please. I was reasonable. All I asked was that the Universe bless me with the absence of this jackhole!

What is one to do when you summon a hitchhiker and they take up residence inside your head? No fifteen-year-old girl has a good answer. With my brother and neighbor circling one another in a strange mating dance, I barely know how to ask for help.

I mean, really, all I did was a little spell to Invoke Helpful Spirits and Positive Energy Beings.

Note: THE DREAM KEEPERS is a mature Young Adult/New Adult book and for readers over the age of 18 due to sexual content and profanity. This is part one of a trilogy and ends on a CLIFFHANGER.
This book is rated M for Mischief.

October 2021 – The Dream Keepers
February 2022 – Wishcraft
October 2022 – TBA

Ali is giving us a peek at her new adult paranormal romance, The Dream Keepers, today.

Great cover!

Book Info:

Author: Ali Lucia Sky

Series: The Powers That Be

Genre: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance

Release Date: October 11, 2021

Here is an excerpt.

Chapter 1

Rule #6: Give A Girl Your Undivided Attention


“Kiss my ass, Gabe Langdon.”

I couldn’t help smirking. “Keep wishing for good things, Beauchamp. You know what Aunt Dora says about visualizing the things you want.”

“Nothing good could ever come from you, Langdon. And that wasn’t an actual invitation, dipshit. I don’t want to catch whatever retardation you have going on. It’s got to be terminal. You have a vacant look in your eyes that says it’s eaten away everything upstairs.”

Four days ago, Thea and I got to McKeesport with all our belongings, not currently under lock and key in some storage facility in Santa Morena, California. Our clothing and electronics, Thea’s books, some flotsam and jetsam sports equipment, and an endless supply of emotional baggage came with.

My parents’ plans, originally, were to go to the Middle East. Those fell through due to the sensitive political affairs in the region. My dad was worried that he and my mom could be targeted, as they are Americans. So they are headed to Central Africa, which isn’t much better. They’re going to work in some area that is recovering from extremists or sickness. I really don’t care. When Thea says that, I know for a fact that she’s trying to convince herself. Me? I honestly don’t give a shit about them.

They aren’t here, and my sister is fifteen and without her parents. That is flat-out bullshit. I graduated two weeks ago and they left the day after. They asked me to finish up closing out the house and getting us ready to go. I wish I was a more vengeful soul. If it were just me, I’d have burned the fucker down and couch surfed until fall.

For all intents and purposes, my mom is trying to do a good thing. She really is going for the children.

I just happen to think it’s a bad idea.

Oddly and frustratingly, even more baggage met me at the airport in the form of a guttersnipe who answers to the name of Michaela Beauchamp.

Next-door neighbor or not, she has a tongue that can filet an elephant hide and teeth so sharp she could chip a diamond in a single bite. I’m completely unsure if I want to wrap my hands around her throat and do filthy things to her, or gag her and leave her on a remote mountain road.

The facts are Dora is her Godmother. Thea adores her and has taken to spending time next door. And she’s my date’s best friend.

Currently, I’m out at the movies with said best friend, and Michaela invited herself just to be a pain in the ass. It’s working. The girl is a plague.

It’s not like we haven’t known one another since we were little. She has always been a pain in my dick. Literally. I’ve dreamt of her all my damn life and no matter what, or who I do, she is always there, so it makes sense that she’s here too. I don’t like her. As a matter of fact, there isn’t much about her to like. She’s abrasive and crass.

At the moment her head tilts in a manner that reminds me of a husky puppy that Thea and I had when we were small. It’s name was Myke, pronounced meek, which she wasn’t—neither the dog nor the girl in front of me. Michaela’s eyes comically roll then, and I fear they could lodge in the back of her head.

“You do realize you just insulted your best friend who has been happily swapping spit with me all night. She’s been getting two things from me: attention and,” I pause to lick my lips, grinning. “Wet.”

When I got here, I was tired and testy. I met Gwen at the Price Chopper, the day Dora collected us from Avoca Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International. Don’t sneeze, or you’ll miss the airport. Gwen, however, is Michaela’s hot best friend. My aunt wanted to stock up on Thea’s and my favorite foods, which I’m thankful for because her fridge has a scary amount of all-natural shit I fear might be good for me in it.

Gwen’s an aggressive woman. She walked up to me as if we were old friends, and not complete strangers, to inform me that I’d pick her up for a movie on Friday. I didn’t see a reason to say ‘no.’ I didn’t realize at the time that the hot girl came equipped with a hag or I’d have thought twice before saying yes.



I’d have still said yes, because I’m a dude, she’s a sure thing, and the two of us deserve one another. But I would have given it more consideration, and somewhere, maybe then, I might have guessed I’d get a third wheel on this opportunity for my movie theater BJ.

“See anything that looks good?” Gwen coyly asks, with a pinch to one butt cheek before giving it an ass slap that would make Fort Lauderdale during Spring Break proud. “You have a tight ass, Gabey-baby! Fuck, yeah. Later on, I’m going to bite it,” Gwen purrs.

My brows lift in surprise. I have never met anyone as forward as Gwen, and while that sounded like fun at first, it was becoming off-putting. I’m saved by a demon, though, as Michaela walks between us and grabs Gwen’s hand, only to stick two of Gwen’s fingers into her mouth to make gagging sounds. “That was fucking awful. So bad, I gagged myself with your fingers—which I know are clean since the sex machine there smells like DOUCHE!”


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“A must read. Like the plot, slow start but couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait for the next book!!” – C. Prosper’s review (Amazon)

“Could not put this down! From the beginning, I was drawn in by the story. Which I won’t say anything about because I don’t want to spoil it for you. The characters are very relatable and fun to read. There were several times I laughed out loud. I am excited to see what’s next for these characters and this world.

I read a lot. Most times I will pick up and put down a book several times. This book I read straight through. What a great debut from Ali! Can’t wait to see what she does next.” – Tweesa’s review (Amazon)

“This book keeps me coming back to see what happens next. The story evolves beautifully! Can’t wait for the next book in the series! Excellent read!” – Grace Pendergrass′s review (Amazon)

Wow…intriguing tension! ♥♥♥

Sounds like quite a tale!

Ali is giving away a $10 Amazon gift card during the tour. Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter. You may find the tour schedule and locations here, along with exclusive content.

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Thank you for telling us about your new adult paranormal romance, Ali! I know I can’t wait to read this riveting novel! 

Readers, don’t forget to grab a copy of this awesome book, or add it to your Goodreads list!

The Dream Keepers looks like a great read! ♥ We’ll be sure to check it out! Don’t miss the giveaway!

Author Bio

Ali Lucia Sky is the author of The Powers That Be series. She lives in Southern California with her husband and a house full of kitty cats and a yard full of crows. When she isn’t writing, drinking coffee, or dreaming of new stories, she can be found planning her next vacation because traveling is LIFE.

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Thank you for telling us about your great book tour! I know readers can’t wait to get ahold of this new adult romance with enough paranormal elements to keep you guessing!

Thanks again to Ali and her tour sponsor!

We hope to see you back on ILRB sometime. 

Happy reading, everyone!  ♥♥♥ Have a great rest of your week!

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