Saturday, March 9, 2013

BWL Blurbathon Presents: Lady of Luxembourg by Vijaya Schartz

LADY OF LUXEMBOURG – by Vijaya Schartz

Curse of the Lost Isle Book 4
Finally, the long awaited Lady of Luxembourg, Book 4 in the Curse of the Lost Isle series, is out in kindle!
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978 AD Melusine the Fae, immortal and cursed Lady of Luxembourg, managed to hide her Pagan nature from mortals for many years. She fiercely protects her handsome Count, Sigefroi, but in their princely bliss, neither of them seems to age, and a few suspicious bishops take notice. Then an ondine wreaks havoc during a battle, luring enemy soldiers into the river.

Betrayed, Sigefroi reflects on his many sins from the depths of a rat infested dungeon. Under torture, will he reveal her deadly secret? And when her beloved turns into a devout Christian, can Melusine salvage her happiness? Can love truly redeem her curse, or will she burn at the stake?
This gritty, edgy, realistic medieval romantic series is not for the faint of heart. If you like realism in your medieval novels, this series is for you. Reviewers gave it five stars and called it “bloody and bloodthirsty in places.” So beware!
The books in the Curse of the Lost Isle series can be read separately, but if you are like me you’ll want to read them in the right order. Here they are:

There is also a special edition including the first three books in the Curse of the Lost Isle in one kindle download, for a bargain price at: 

Find the entire series as well as my other books on my Amazon page, here: 
Vijaya Schartz, Blasters, Swords, Romance with a Kick
Check again on March 11, for author Cheryl Wright.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

BWL Blurbathon Presents The Partisan's Wife by Kathy Fischer-Brown

The Partisan’s Wife: Book 3: “The Serpent’s Tooth” trilogy

Faced with an impossible choice, Anne Marlowe is torn between her love for her husband and the hope of her father’s forgiveness. As the American forces follow up on their tide-turning victories over the British at Saratoga, Peter is drawn deeper into the shady network of espionage that could cost them both their lives.

“Echoes of great writers from the period abound here, but this modern tale moves fast and is always inventive. The characters, drawn from all classes … are crisply drawn and always believable. I'd recommend "The Partisan's Wife" particularly to any reader who enjoys the period, or a thoroughly researched historical set in any time. You won't be disappointed.” — Juliet Waldron, author of Mozart’s Wife

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Other books in the series: Lord Esterleigh’s Daughter: and Courting the Devil:

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Don't forget to stop back on March 9 for Vijaya Schartz

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

BWL Blurbathon Presents: One More Tomorrow by Shirley Marton

Destined to live in darkness, Galan must defeat the evil Moloch to win the love of the mortal woman, Stephanie.
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ONE MORE TOMORROW is a wonderful vampire romance. S.A. Martin has done a truly outstanding job of showing the tormented life of a vampire through her character of Galan. I also love the abilities she has bestowed on her vampires, they can enter any door without being invited, they can transport themselves anywhere, to any time period in which they lived and they have amazing strength. The characters are realistically portrayed, the story line is enthralling and the love between the two characters gives us all hope of a soul mate. I highly recommend ONE MORE TOMORROW to all lovers of romance. .C.Gruver
Vampire romance fans will not want to miss the delightful ONE MORE TOMORROW, a fine tale starring two star-crossed lovers and the evil that shadows their every step. Galen is an admirable soul who drinks blood from only criminals while Stevie is a courageous person wondering if she truly loves the vampire. Although Moloch seems too intelligent and malevolent not to recognize the essential goodness of his apprentice (one can soundly counter argue that it goes against his blood to believe a vampire would love instead of hunt a human), readers will want more tales like this strong love story. Harriet Klausner 

Kathy Fischer-Brown will follow on March 7. She is an outstanding writer of historicals.


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