Absolution Blog Tour


Absolution by Rachelle Storm

“I only wish the book was longer so I could continue the adventure with these characters…”
Amazon Reader Review

“This is the modern day Twilight-style fandom I didn’t know I needed in my life!”
— Amazon Reader Review

Perfect for fans of I am Number Four and Gone, Rachelle
Storm’s debut, Absolution [979-8528023656; $18.99;
July 2021], weaves together an unforgettable plot of
forbidden desire and sworn duty as three immortal
brothers struggle to protect themselves—and all of
humanity—from a corrupt world.
Chris Harris’s destiny was bestowed on him before birth,
just as it was on his two brothers, John and Randy. Not
human but the physical embodiment of elemental water,
earth, and fire, they’ve been burdened with protecting
Earth and freeing the world from the Ultimate Evil.
However, unlike their elemental forms, their human selves
have desires of their own. After being hidden away in the
remote town of Anderson, North Dakota, Chris and his two
brothers hoped that their problems would end, but they’ve
only just begun. Now their individual destinies are
intertwined with the unpredictable McNamara
sisters—Joanie, Victoria, and Stacie—and the Ultimate
Evil is drawing ever nearer. Forced to choose love or duty,
regardless of their decisions, nothing will ever be the same for the Harris brothers.
The first in a four-book series, Absolution blends together the forbidden romance of Twilight,
the hidden magic and secret guardians of City of Glass, and the non-stop action of The Fifth
Wave. Absolution is a whirlwind of adventure for Chris and his brothers as they explore a world
more vast, and more dangerous, than any of which they’d dreamed. But now, the nightmare
Author Rachelle Storm, a self-proclaimed fandom geek, has built a new world readers won’t
want to leave. With a fast-paced story that hooks you immediately, this stunning debut will keep
you turning the pages with straightforward writing that doesn’t overshadow the complex
characters, plot, and action.
“A contemporary, modern fantasy-romance, the story is traditionally romantic and yet feminist,
mainstream and diverse, with multiracial characters looking to break through the glass ceiling to
shatter the expectations of what love interests and heroes in the genre can embody,” Storm
says. “The book is a love letter to the YA fandoms of the past who embraced and welcomed me
as a young adult.”
Wanting to write multiracial, diverse main characters she wished would have been available
when she was a young reader, Storm’s story shares her message that what we are taught to
believe and told we are in the world are not the only things that define us as people.
Absolution is available now at Amazon.com. The second book in the series, Absolution:
Revelations, will be published July 2022.

Absolution by Rachelle Storm
Paperback; July 2021
ISBN: 979-8528023656
$18.99; 6 x 9; 371 pages

About the Author
Rachelle Storm has been a fandom geek since its earliest
beginnings and never stopped. A Black scholar holding a doctoral
degree in Writing Studies, she researches rhetoric, music, and
popular culture. In truth, Rachelle never isn’t writing or sharing her
knowledge with her fans. However, on the off-chance she isn’t
working or experimenting with paper and ink, you can find her at
music festivals and independent bookstores. Absolution is her
debut novel. The second book in the series, Absolution:
Revelations, will be published July 2022. Find her online at
rachellestorm.com or connect with her on social media (Instagram;
TikTok; Twitter; and Facebook). Join the Absolution fandom on
Facebook or Goodreads.

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Excerpt from Absolution

“Alright, I played along, so what do you need to tell me?” Chris took in a deep breath to still his nerves. He wrapped his arms securely around her waist and gazed into her eyes.

“I know how I behaved earlier was more than inappropriate. I promise never to treat you that way again. The truth is that I left with them because I did not want my brother to cause a scene. Randy is not the most open-minded person to new ideas. My love for you is not supposed to exist. It is a forbidden emotion in his eyes and I needed to get him away so I could explain to him and Dominic what was happening.”

“I don’t understand what you mean by forbidden. Chris, you are an adult and it confuses me how much power Dominic has over you. Are you in some sort of cult or something?” He could not help but laugh at the question.

“A cult, really, tesoro,” he chuckled and she huffed.

“Well, what else am I supposed to think? This guy you never really see can waltz into your life and dictate your every move. You grew up extremely sheltered and were deprived of a lot of experiences many people get to have. The way you talk and act shows me that you definitely did not go to public school and you have all these secrets that seem to keep you separated from the rest of the world. Sorry, but it kind of screams cult.” Chris was about to argue, but he slowly nodded as he remembered all he read about cults and religious leaders throughout history who claimed to be prophets and chosen ones.

“Hmm, I suppose I can see how it would look from your perspective,” he conceded.

“Yep, pretty culty,” she assured.

“My brothers and I are not in a cult. I understand why you have such a negative impression of Dominic, but it is not like that. It does not matter anymore, though, because he no longer is in charge of my actions. You are right. I am an adult and can take care of myself. It just took us both some time to realize that.”

“Because he is your cult leader,” she asked as a teasing smile crept onto her lips and he shook his head in amusement.

“No, because he is my Guardian,” he confessed and Joanie shrugged.

“I know he is your father, but…”

“No, he is a Guardian. They are a Brotherhood sworn to protect the three saviors of the world,” he confessed and she giggled as she shook her head.

“Saviors, what are you talking about?” He looked down and took in a deep breath as he braced himself for her reaction.

“Joanie, I am different and I do not mean in the way that you are different from other humans. I mean that I am not human,” he revealed and she took a step back from him as she eyed him cautiously.

“Why are you talking like this? I just want to know why you were acting like a jerk earlier and instead you tell me lies about not being human?”

“I would not lie to you. I refuse to lie anymore. I will show you,” he said as he held out his hand and her eyes widened when a blue light appeared in his hand. The light glowed from the edges of his hand and flowed through his fingertips like some sort of energy she had never seen.

“I am an Element,” he confessed. A sphere of water appeared and swirled around his palm. Her jaw dropped and she was stunned speechless as he continued.

“My brothers and I are immortals. We each can create and manipulate a natural element. I can create water, John creates earth, and Randy creates fire. We were born to save the world and create Absolution. We are destined to save humans from evil and corruption,” he explained, but the beautiful hazel irises he loved were now full of fear. She stepped away from him.

“What are you,” she asked as tears filled her eyes. He tried to take her hand in his, but she jerked away from him.

Excerpted from Absolution by Rachelle Storm. Copyright © 2021 Rachelle Storm. Reprinted with permission from Rachelle Storm. All rights reserved.

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