Friday, February 22, 2008
Broderick Maxwell needed to return to Scotland immediately. Delivering a young woman to one of his greatest enemies could be the riskiest move he would ever make. Knowing that the information she had could aid Scotland made his decision even more difficult. But there was something about Lizzie that made Broc become her champion and put her desires to set things right before his own.
Treachery, treason, and passion abound in Her One Desire, the debut novel by Kimberly Killion. Broc was the perfect hero to pull Lizzie out of her shell and into a woman his equal. I loved watching their romance progress. Her One Desire weaves historical fact into a fascinating romance of intrigue and a race to protect Lizzie's family, as well as that of the English crown. It is set during a period of history which still puzzles historians. Was King Edward IV murdered? What happened to his two sons, the princes? Was there a plot to kill all of them? Ms Killion has woven her own take on these questions into a touching romance sure to please.
—Kathy Andrico, Reviewer
Sunday, February 03, 2008
Click HERE to go to the Auction's Main page.
Click HERE to see what's up for auction.
Click HERE to bid on the The Zebra Scottish Medieval Basket Diana Cosby put together.
The basket includes:
Victoria Dahl: Autographed book, cover flat and bookmark of To Tempt A Scotsman
Sophia Johnson: Autographed book of Always Mine, plus four cover flats and two bookmarks of Midnight's Bride and one business card
Jackie Ivie: Autographed book and bookmark of Heat of the Knight
Diana Cosby: Scottish Claymore letter opener, Autographed book, cover flat and bookmark for His Captive, plus a candle and candy
Kimberly Killion: Two cover flats for Her One Desire
Saturday, February 02, 2008
"In 1483, Lizbeth Ives has faced loneliness and isolation because her father is the Lord High Executioner. When she runs to him for help, Lizbeth finds she needs the assistance of escaped prisoner Broderick Maxwell, a Scottish spy.
This debut novel totally rocked! How depressing to know that your father is responsible for torturing, maiming and decapitating prisioners. But through all this, Lizbeth tries to be the best person she can, by helping others. Of course, having Broderick be a Scot sold me. Passionate and poignant, I'm looking forward to this author's next book.”
—Barbara Vey, Reviewer for Publisher Weekly
Friday, February 01, 2008
Join me and 19 more ZEBRA past, present, and future authors from Kensington’s Zebra line for interviews, guest blogs, and great fun!
And did I mention there will be wonderful prizes?
Follow the herd to: JennifersRandomMusings
The party kicks off today with me as a guest and continues the rest of February with a great lineup…
Zebra Blog Schedule:
2/1-2/3 Kimberly Killion
2/4 Jeanne Adams
2/5 Eve Silver/Eve Kenin
2/6 Kayla Gray
2/7-2/8 Paula Reed
2/9-2/10 Sara Reinke
2/11 Sophia Johnson
2/12 Irene Peterson
2/13 Kathleen Long
2/14 Sandy Blair
2/15 Tracy Garrett
2/16 Flo Fitzpatrick
2/17-2/18 Kate Rothwell/Summer Devon
2/19 Pamela Labud
2/20-2/22 Janette Kenny
2/23-2/24 Diana Cosby
2/25 Christie Kelley
2/26 Carrie Lofty
2/27-2/28 Laura Drewry
2/29 Sally MacKenzie