Monday, November 16, 2009

Mailbox Monday


Good Monday morning. :) I hope everyone has a wonderful week. My children are on 'count down' - this is the last week of school before Thanksgiving break. LOL

Here are a couple of books I received from paperbackswap.


Book Blurb:

The Blood Sword Legacy

Bound by a brotherhood forged in the hell of a Saracen prison,
eight Blood Swords -- mercenary knights for William the
Conqueror -- set out to claim their legacies the only way they can:
by right of arms, by right of victory, by right of conquest.


For Sir Rohan du Luc, known as the Black Sword, enemies fall easily beneath his assault...until he comes face-to-face with a foe more worthy than any battle-hardened knight. Bold and courageous though she is, Saxon maiden Isabel of Alethorpe cannot stop Rohan de Luc from seizing Alethorpe and its people in the name of William the Conqueror. Then Rohan demands not just the manor, but Isabel herself. She vows that her heart will remain her own, even if she is forced to allow him to lay claim to her body. But while the lady's lips say no, Isabel's traitorous body is awakened to desire by the seductive attentions of this potent invader. Can she remain true to her Saxon heritage and her hopes that her brother may have survived the battlefield, or will Sir Rohan's skilled touch capture her unwilling heart as surely as his prowess with his sword captured her father's lands?

And

Book Blurb:

THE HUNTER AND THE HUNTED

In the days when powerful witches used their magic to shield humanity from demons, their allies and guardians were a group of men gifted with preternatural abilities of their own-the witch guardians. But when a band of witches traded their humanity for demonic power, the ancient bond was broken, and the guardians became the hunters.

Darcy MacAlister knows nothing of demons or magic. But this beautiful young woman is about to discover the truth about her past . . . and her future. For she is a witch-not just any witch, but the key to breaking the curse that has plagued witches and the men who hunt them. For if a hunter kills an innocent witch by mistake, the price is no less than a piece of his soul.

Axel Locke, gorgeous leader of the Wing Slayer Hunters, has sworn never to shed the blood of the earth witches who have resisted the temptation of demonic power. But when his sister is cursed by a demon witch, he discovers that Darcy MacAlister may hold the cure-if she can master her newfound powers in time. When the chase begins and Axel and Darcy come face-to-face, this hunter must weigh his soul against his honor-and against his heart.

I have read good reviews for both of these and I'm looking forward to reading them.

M





8 comments:

Mandi said...

Blood Magic has nice alpha males in it :)

Amy C said...

I love Karin Tabke's medievals :). I wonder when the fourth one's coming out?

Tamsyn said...

Both blurbs are excellent! I am looking forward to checking them out. Thanks for the thumbs up.

Blodeuedd said...

Oh I do wanna read Tabke :D
Enjoy

Anna ♥ said...

Both sound like great reads! Blood Magic sounds really good. Happy reading!

Michelle G said...

Hi Mandi,

Alpha males are always nice. ;)

Amy,

I'm looking forward to the Tabke book - glad to know you've enjoyed this series. :)

Tamsyn,

Thanks for stopping by. :) I'm hoping this are keepers.

B,

I've read a great many wonderful reviews about this series. :)

Anna <3,

Thank you and thanks for stopping by. :)

Have a wonderful day.

M

jacabur1 said...

Michelle you will love the book Blood Magic by Jen Lyon and the 2nd in the series is out Soul Magic. I have it and have not read it as have over 150 books stacked up from the last 6 months of purchasing to read someday....

Jackie B

Donna [Fantasy Dreamer's Ramblings] said...

I want to read Jennifer Lyons' books too. I got Blood Magic from PaperBackSwap also. :) Enjoy!