WINNER OF AMAZON/B&N GIFT CARD ANNOUNCED:
~~~~ Congratulations, Christina L.R.! ~~~~
Come with me on my Goddess Fish Blog Tour adventure! Each stop will have an opportunity to enter an Amazon/Barnes and Noble giveaway, you’ll read excerpts from A Hundred Breaths, and learn more about me, my writing process, and facts about the book!
Vikings ~ Mystical Isles Folk ~ Enchanting Abbey and Castle ~ A Vengeful Scotsman ~ An Incredible Journey
Healing his heart…with her last breath.
Simon MacCoinneach’s vengeance runs deep. The blade is the only way to end the blood-thirsty Nordmen’s reign upon Scottish soil. His soul might be lost, but the mystical Healer he kidnaps from the isles could be the answer for his ailing mother…and his heart.
Isles-born Gwyn reluctantly agrees to a marriage alliance with this heathen Scot in return for the sanctuary of her younger brother from her abusive Norse father. Her brother’s condition is beyond the scope of her Ancient power, for larger healings steal breaths of life from her own body.
As Simon and Gwyn fight to outwit her madman father and a resentful Norse betrothed, Gwyn softens Simon’s heart with each merciful touch. Gwyn’s Seer sister foresees a bloody battle—and an end to the Nordmen—but Simon will also die. Will Gwyn save Simon on the battlefield even if it means losing her last breath?
February 18: BooksChatter
February 18: Our Town Book Reviews
February 25: Edgar's Books
March 4: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
March 4: Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
March 11: Romance Novel Giveaways
March 11: Hearts and Scribbles
March 11: Christine Young
March 18: Mythical Books
March 18: So Many Books
March 25: Fabulous and Brunette
March 25: Readeropolis
April 1: Kit 'N Kabookle
April 8: The Reading Addict
Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter along the tour to win a $20 Amazon or Barnes and Noble giftcard!
Find A Hundred Breaths:
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A whirlwind tour of Scotland: isles, castles, abbeys, lochs, moors, oh my!, and a visit to the Draken Harald Hårfagre while it was harbored in Connecticut.