Sunday, June 19, 2016

Blood Orchid (Night Flower #2) by Claire Warner Giveaway

Blood Orchid (Night Flower #2)
Claire Warner
Genre: Historical Fiction/Paranormal/Romance
Release Date: June 2016

Summary from Goodreads: 

Tied to Justin with bonds stronger than blood, Melissa De Vire heads into her new life with fear and anger. Anger at Emily, at Katherine and most of all, anger at Justin, fuels her resolve to find a cure for the curse. From the English court in 1752 to the fires of the French Revolution, Melissa struggles to survive her new existence and find forgiveness for Justin as clues to a cure begin to surface.

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About the Author
When I was a child, I made up games and characters when my sister and I played with dolls. As I grew older, I would make up scenarios and scenes, fully intending to write them down but never finding the time. In my late teens, I discovered the world of role playing and settled into an avid ‘geeky’ life of D&D, comics, sci-fi and fantasy fiction. Years passed and I finally gave voice to the stories in my head. I write romance, fantasy, action and adventure. I love tales of steampunk and history, tales of magical powers and dark curses lurking in the shadows. Though The Black Lotus is not my first attempt at a novel, it is the first I have finished.

And some fun facts about me:

I sew.
My favourite Disney film is Atlantis.
I’ve been a film extra and stood 5 feet away from Sam Rockwell.
Babylon 5 is my fave sci-fi show.
I cried at the end of Toy Story 3.

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  1. I love to read historical fiction!

  2. I think this sounds like a great book, well, books. I'll definitely be checking them out soon.

  3. Both Blood Orchid and The Black Lotus sound like very interesting books I love paranormal romance books, especially ones that contain some historical tidbits. I think that my daughter, granddaughter, and I would all enjoy reading these two books. Thank you for the giveaway!.

  4. this looks like a great book!

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