Exciting news! As part of a series promotion, our publisher has dropped the price of the e-book for The Mist-Torn Witches (Book One in the series) down to $1.99 though October 30th. The sale is active on all venues selling the e-book.
Today, the BookBub ad also comes out! We'll see what happens (smiles).
If you haven't read this one, it's a fun series. Take advantage of the sale!
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In switching from fantasy to romance, there have been a few elements that surprised me a little.
One is the type of research I've been doing.
Even when researching for a fantasy novel, I tend to lean on information from our own world. When writing The Mist-Torn Witches series, I could have made up my own names for all the herbs and the manner in which salves and medicines were created/mixed. But I felt it would ring more true, even in fantasy, to lean our own medieval history. Many historians agree that medieval monks knew a good deal more about healing than physicians of the era. This book, Brother Cadfael's Herb Garden, proved indispensible. It's well laid out, and it covers herbs from A-Z.
J.C. created a beautiful cover, and the story is an emotional page-turner.
Grace McMillan is alone, living in an isolated farmhouse at the base of the Cascade Mountains. Lost in grief, she tries to recover from the death of her father.
Sean Watson is running after suddenly finding himself an accessory to robbery and murder. Driving north in blind panic, on impulse, he heads towards the mountains. In a forested area, he abandons his car and travels on foot, until he comes across a seemingly abandoned farmhouse, a place to hide.
In the night, Grace is awakened by a sound.
She finds herself facing a desperate man surprised at the sight of her, and he instantly takes control. Days and nights pass with two strangers trapped together. As she comes to learn his situation is more complicated than it seems, he finds that hers is more tragic than his. Can they risk trusting each other?
Grace’s instincts are torn between fear and need as she finds herself alone with a thief.