Book Blitz Sign Up: Of Wicked Blood by Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz

Hi everyone, I’m very excited to announce that Magic Pen Book Tours is organizing a book blitz for an upper YA paranormal romance with magic, curses, mystery, adventure, and slow-burn romance – Of Wicked Blood (The Quatrefoil Chronicles #1) by Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz. The first book in a new YA/NA urban fantasy series that is a glorious mix of Six of Crows meets A Discovery of Witches. This blitz will take place on February 22-26, 2021. So if you would like to participate in this blitz then please sign up bellow by filling out the form.

Title: Of Wicked Blood
Series: The Quatrefoil Chronicles #1
Author: Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz
Genre: Upper Young Adult / New Adult, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy / Frenemies-to-Lovers Romance
Published: February 2, 2021
Publisher: Indie published
Pages: 425


“This is storytelling at its best.” – WENDY HIGGINS, NYTimes bestselling author of Sweet Evil


I didn’t mean to steal the Bloodstone from the De Morel’s crypt.

Scratch that, I did mean to steal it.

Until I realized it was a curse-magnet that only comes off if I, along with a jolly trio, successfully defeat four curses.

If any of us fail, I’m dead.

I’ve never been a glass half-empty sort of person, but my glass looks in dire need of a refill right about now.

The only highlight of this wicked treasure hunt: feisty, entitled Cadence de Morel.

I was raised on tales of magic, in a small town reputed to be the birthplace of French witchcraft.

Did I believe all the stories I heard? Absolutely not. I mean, if magic existed, Maman wouldn’t have died, and Papa wouldn’t be stuck in a wheelchair, right?


The night Slate Ardoin waltzes into my life, wearing a ring he stole from my mother’s grave, I call him a monster.

But then I meet real ones, and Slate, well . . . he becomes something else to me.

Something frustrating to live with but impossible to live without.

Something I will fight for, no matter the cost.

*Warning: profuse cursing (and not just the magical kind).
*Intended for readers 16 and up.

OWUSA TODAY bestselling author Olivia Wildenstein grew up in New York City, the daughter of a French father with a great sense of humor, and a Swedish mother whom she speaks to at least three times a day. She chose Brown University to complete her undergraduate studies and earned a bachelor’s in comparative literature. After designing jewelry for a few years, Wildenstein traded in her tools for a laptop computer and a very comfortable chair. This line of work made more sense, considering her college degree.


KH: Katie grew up in Racine, Wisconsin where she acquired an irreversible nasal twang and an addiction for books with a slightly dark edge. She now lives in Geneva, Switzerland with her husband, two daughters, and a very fuzzy cat. She has been an avid reader of YA fiction for years. While she has a penchant for the paranormal, she devours a range of books – along with popcorn and black licorice. She consumes all three in large quantities. Luckily, the books don’t stay on her hips.


The Book Blitz with review option for Of Wicked Blood by Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz will take place on February 22-26, 2021. We are looking for book bloggers, bookstagrammers or readers with active book related Facebook page who love to promote books on their social media platforms. There will be an excerpt and teasers available for your post.

An email with the posting information (including excerpt, ready-made text and images for social media and HTML doc for blog post) will be sent to all participants on February 19th. However, those who sign up after Feb 19th will receive the email on February 22nd when the sign up closes.

Thank you for signing up!

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