Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Win An Amazon Gift Card From Author Laurel ODonnell

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Featuring Today's Drive Buy
Angel's Assassin  by Laurel O'Donnell

About the Book: 

Damien is an assassin, a man with no home and a tortured past.  Sold into slavery as a young boy, he is trained to kill with cold calculation, without remorse.  As a reward for his ruthless success, he is given a chance to earn his freedom from his cruel master.  One last mission.  One final person to slay…

Lady Aurora of Acquitaine is the epitome of purity and goodness, beloved by all her people.  She lives her life trying to atone for her mother’s cruelty by being a fair and just ruler.  Secretly she fears that one day her mother’s murderer will return for her.

When Damien enters Aurora’s life, tempting her with promises of dark passion and forbidden lust, he threatens to tear her peaceful world apart with shadowy secrets of his own.

Can Aurora’s light heal Damien’s dark spirit or will his evil consume her?  The eternal battle of good versus evil, love versus hate, dark versus light, all come to a shattering climax in this historical romance set in medieval England. 

Fun Fact About the Author:
She used to work at the Wisconsin Medieval faire where she was taught stage combat and how to "sword fight". 

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Debby said...

Your book sounds wonderful. Lots of conflict and problems. I love my books that way.
debby236 at gmail dot com

E. Ayers said...

Love your cover and the story premise. Teaching sword fighting? I'll assume that varies from what we know as fencing? What fun!

E. Ayers said...

I mean to ask: Can you explain the difference between sword fighting and fencing? I'd love to know.
e.ayers at ayersbooks dot com

Leanna said...

This sounds like a great book. I love books in the medival times. Teaching seord fighting sounds fun I would love to learn how to swordgight.


Gemma Juliana said...

Hi Laurel,

I love this era in history. Your book sounds like a great read and it's on my cyber-TBA pile! Wishing you lots of success with your sales. By the way, the cover is fantastic - do you make your own?

Crys said...


Great storyline. Looking forward to reading the book.