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A Spell in Provence

A Spell in Provence

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

I got a cover for 'The Lion's Embrace'

I am delighted to share the cover for 'The Lion's Embrace', my historical romance which will be published in February 2013 by MuseitUp Publishing. Isn't it beautiful?


Blurb

Algiers, 1845
Arrogant, selfish and dangerous, Lucas Saintclair is everything Harriet Montague dislikes in a man. He is also the best guide in the whole of the Barbary States, the only man who can rescue her archaeologist father from the gang of Tuareg fighters that has kidnapped him. As Harriet embarks on a perilous journey across Algeria with Saintclair and Archibald Drake, her father’s most trusted friend, she discovers a bewitching but brutal land where nothing is what it seems. Who are these men intent on stealing her father’s ransom? What was her father hoping to find in Tuareg queen Tin Hinan’s tomb? Is Lucas Saintclair really as callous as he claims—or is he a man haunted by a past he cannot forgive? Dangerous passions engulf Harriet’s heart in the heat of the Sahara. Secrets of lost treasures, rebel fighters, and a sinister criminal brotherhood threaten her life and the life of the man she loves.

Does forever lie in the lion’s embrace?




13 comments:

  1. Ohh very nice Marie, Congratulations! Blurb sounds wonderful.

    Sara

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  2. Thank you for visiting and for your comment Sara. Good luck with your own release in December!

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  3. Nice cover and blurb. Seeing it for the first time just grabs you by the throat doesn't it? Good luck!

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  4. Thank you so much Susan. Yes, it is wonderful to see the cover. I have been very lucky with both my covers. I just can't stop looking at them!

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  5. Great cover, Marie. The story sound interesting and a candidate for my wish list.

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  6. Thank you Mary! It will be released in February. We have just finished the last round of line editing.

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  7. Marie, it's lovely and good luck with your book.

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  8. Beautiful cover, Maria, the story sounds really intriguing. Wish you great success!

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  9. Thank you Marian and Edith for visiting and for your best wishes.

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  10. That is a fantastic cover! Sounds like a great book too. :)

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  11. Great cover.
    Harriet's story sounds terrific. What a wonderful location to set her adventure.

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    1. Thank you so much Rosalie for visiting and leaving a comment. I was always fascinated with Algeria, where my mother came from, and especially with the deep South and the Hoggar mountains. The landscapes are absolutely wonderful.

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