Monday, February 8, 2010

Mailbox Monday

Another Monday. :) I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend - if you are a football fan, I hope your team won. :) I'm not so much in to the sports - but I am looking forward to the upcoming Olympics - we always enjoy those.

Here is a book I received from pbs. :)


Book Blurb:

For three hundred years, the Fyne women have called their cottage on the mountain home. The villagers stay away from the Fyne sisters, fearing their witchery. But Isadora, Juliet, and Sophie use their sorcery for good - most of the time....

A curse put on their family long ago makes true love unattainable for the Fyne women. Sophie's two elder sister, both skilled witches, have accepted this and have vowed a lifetime of chastity. But young Sophie has yet to find her own power. With more l
uscious curves than her sisters, Sophie wonders if the fire coursing through her body might be an indication of her true strength. She dreams of a green-eyed stranger, and when she finally does meet the man of her dreams, Sophie knows her power: Nature has gifted her with fertility.

Although groggy from war wounds, Kane could have sworn that an angel came to him, healed him, and made love to him. Now, after a year of searching for the girl who may or may not have been a dream, Kane is stunned to find Sophie - with his child at her breast. But when a scorned suitor captures their infant daughter, they must call on all their strengths, both earthly and supernatural, to fight the curse that promises to end their happiness.

This is certainly a different read for me - but it sounds very tempting. :)

M

4 comments:

SciFiGuy said...

This is a wonderful series. I recommend it often to folks that like romantic fantasy.

Blodeuedd said...

Fertility power, alright :)
Not a big fan of romantic fantasy for some reason

Donna [F.D. Ramblings] said...

I remember seeing the book awhile back when I was going through a "witch" phase in my reading. ;) It does look interesting. Enjoy!

Lori said...

I too have read this trilogy, it was quite good.