An Earthmate's Saga: Zaviaé and Nova's Story

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Same book, different cover.

My primary audience should be young/new adult. It used to be everyone from all genders and the ages of 16+ but then I realized I couldn't capture the world... yet, and decided to settle for a romance based book even though it has plenty of genres.

My short blurb is:

A Herodias Series.

Part One in the Earthmate Pentalogy; Zaviaé and Nova's story: Annihilation.

Young angels elope before one of them is reincarnated as a human and they're separated forever. This defiance enrages the God of Life, Danté and they're doomed to lead human lives that will ultimately end in the demise of everyone they love.

-- I was trying to grab some other types of readers with this blurb. I attracted the romance and smut regions with the cover and now I wanted paranormal, mystery/thriller, spiritual, fantasy etc.

Full blurb:

A Herodias Series.

Part One in the Earthmate Pentalogy; Zaviaé and Nova's story: Annihilation.

Young angels elope before one of them is reincarnated as a human and they're separated forever. This defiance enrages the God of Life, Danté and they're doomed to lead human lives that will ultimately end in the demise of everyone they love.

Now meet Nova. This burning brunette is a fiery, ambitious nineteen year old with a passion for anything but academics. Athlete to many sports, dancer and artist, this young woman is more of a science experiment than person. Liquid gold runs through her very veins, leaving her to the wonders of the many scientists residing in Project Supernova - a private organisation that deals with supernatural affairs.

Zaviaé is a man of many trades. Being a secret agent for Project Supernova, college prodigy, teacher at Ethereal academy and one of the Royal Rank circle's pretty boys; it's safe to say his life is pretty exciting. When Zaviaé meets Nova for the first time after she gives him a whole load of bad attitude and incorrect grammar, he can't help but single handedly ruin her life in the best way.

Using his influence, Zaviaé enrols Nova at Ethereal, forces her to become an extrovert, pressures her to rebel against her borderline insane mother, introduces her to friendship and popularity, yet worst of all: he teaches her how to love.

Now do you remember that really angry god? Well, she's well integrated within our main character's lives as an unassuming humble girl who slowly whispers poisonous words in the ears of everyone around to cause the ultimate destruction within the lives of our characters.

Heart-warming friendship, steamy moments, blockbuster action scenes, bone-chilling death, deep twists.

This book tends to break the forth wall; intertwining reality with fiction and bringing the future back to the past.

Have I gone too far? Is there anything I can change because I'm hell bent on not having this story being oppressed and labeled as a trashy romance when there is so much going on...

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