Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Spooktacular G*veaway Hop - Woman of Honor, Knight of Glory, Champion of Valor


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Welcome to
Spooktacular Giveaway Hop! This hop is organized by The Diary of a Bookworm and by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. There are more than 270 blogs participating, and it runs from 6 - 12 April!


I'm giving away winner's choice of an ebook in any format from my Kingdom of Arnhem trilogy! To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below.

Aislinn of Bairbhe dreams of becoming a lady knight to honor the death of her fallen brother. To her mother's horror, King Patrick grants Aislinn's wish and she begins her long years of training.

Despite the mockery of the other pages, and the disdain of Prince Caelan who also trains to be a knight, Aislinn commits herself to her dreams and embarks on a journey of self-discovery and bravery. Through the years, Aislinn and Caelan grow from sparring classmates to good friends. They both know that someday Caelan will marry for the sake of the kingdom, but even that cannot keep them from falling in love. 

The threat of war with the Speicans is a constant threat, and one that grows more frightening as she and Caelan train toward their eventual knighthood. Aislinn has committed herself to serving Arnhem, and has promised herself as King's Champion when Caelan claims the throne. She is willing to give up everything... her childhood, her life, even her heart for Arnhem. No matter the pain it brings.

 
Sir Geoffrey, along with some companions, has been sent away from Arnhem, entrusted by Queen Aislinn for a special mission, and has to leave behind the mysterious lady Celestia. On his journey, he uncovers seeds of a sinister plot, learns a horrible secret, and makes a new friend in exile Jenanna.

Their mission completed, Geoffrey and his companions rush to two different kingdoms to ask for aid. Danger and betrayal lurks around every corner, and even allies have secrets that could prove deadly. Geoffrey's feelings for Celestia grow and wane. After learning some of Celestia's secrets, he begins to have second thoughts about his love for her and is even drawn to Jenanna.

Rumors abound that the Speicans have enlisted a mage of their own, to work unspeakable, forbidden magic. The war between Speica and Arnhem has just begun. Will Geoffrey survive the battle to live another day and discover which woman he truly loves?

The Mystical Conch Shell of the Sea has been stolen, and it's up to Selliki, the selkie, to get it back. Selliki sets across the continent of Alethereia to find Arnhem, and Gabrael, the mage she loves. Selliki knows that no union between a selkie and a human have ever had a happy ending, but neither can ignore their feelings. Each night, they experience terrible, real dreams that show how doomed their love is. 

The final war between Speica and Arnhem is threatening the entire world. Lucifer has aligned himself with Speica and wants nothing less than to bring about the Apocalypse before its time. In the last battle, cowardice is revealed, promises are broken, and many people die. Trolls fight icthyocentaurs, dwarves armed up against the Drow, angels against demons. Only one kingdom will prevail; that is, if the world doesn't end. 


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20 comments:

JuneA** said...

Almost unlimited chocolate! LOL Thanks for the chance to try your books, I haven't seen them before.

Melissa Bradley said...

What a great blogfest! I am intrigued by all of your books and have added them to my must read list.

Charity Bradford said...

Yay! I want to win the second book. As for my favorite Halloween tradition, it's just being out with my kids. Now that they are getting older, we've started setting up the firepit in the driveway while handing out candy.

Also, my review of Woman of Honor will go up tomorrow on my blog. I posted it on Goodreads and Amazon today.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I have the first book but not the others!

Merry said...

This sounds like an interesting series! I love books with strong female characters.

My favorite Halloween tradition is telling scary stories around the campfire. Candy and hot chocolate/cider is necessary as well.

ZaraAlexis said...

I love dressing my kids up and taking pictures!

Mary Preston said...

For me it's the books, I come to expect that I will be inundated with lots of amazing reads.

JennH said...

Doing nothing :D

Nancy said...

carving the pumpkin

Darlene said...

Carving the jack-o'-lantern! I love to scoop out the guts ;)

Loupe Duffy said...

Thanks for the chance!

Toni said...

Tradition? I love carving (and often sculpting) the most unique and creative pumpkins I can.

e.sadlersfan said...

Carving the punpkin with my sister

Jen said...

This series sounds amazing!

Kathy Ann Coleman said...

Been years since I actually went out for Halloween, but my aunt and I get together, order pizza and watch scary movies, so that's where I'll be tomorrow night. Thanks for the giveaway!

nrlymrtl said...

For several years, we would use my man's SCA armor helmet with a little candle inside - right by the door. Unfortunately, one year he put it on a plastic lawn chair, which melted and caught fire. Our friend saw it and starting flinging dirt on it - from my flower bed!

wanda f said...

Scary movies ,lots of junk fod and me and my girls huddled in the living room

Beckey said...

Cleaning up from Sandy continues today ... Not much damage here just some of the tiles on our roof are gone and trees knocked over in the yard


All activities for my area have been canceled which is completely underdstandable

Megan Bowie said...

I think my favorite tradition has to be carving a pumpkin with my Mom. It something where age doesn't matter, and it's always fun to see some art come to life to those of us that are artistically challenged ;)

sana noor said...

My favorite Halloween tradition is telling scary stories around the campfire. Candy and hot chocolate/cider is necessary as well.