Thursday, August 9, 2018

A Girl of White Winter - GIVEAWAY!


A GIRL OF WHITE WINTER
A Dark Glass Novel Book #3

by Barb Hendee
Genre: Historical Fantasy

Pub Date: 8/7/2018


Kara, as a ward with no parentage and no future, has been raised knowing nothing outside her lady’s chambers. Until Royce Capello, a visiting nobleman, is struck by her ice-pale looks, and demands her as payment for the land the family needs.
With barely time to protest, Kara is sold and packed off for a life as a concubine—until a raiding party descends on Royce’s company and she’s kidnapped for the second time in as many days.
Whatever happens, Kara will be alone in the world, inexperienced and fearing even the vast unfamiliar sky. But one raider gives her a choice—and a magic mirror appears to show her where each path will lead...
She can leave with her protector Raven and journey with his performing troupe, competing for his mercurial affections.
She can flee the raiders’ settlement, and return to Royce’s manor, chattel among devious nobility.
Or she can stay in the settlement, bound to firm, silent Caine, who is as gentle as he is staid and inscrutable.
Her fates twist and turn to affect far more than she could have guessed, tangling the bitter with the sweet—and Kara must choose which consequences she can live with...




A CHOICE OF CROWNS
A Dark Glass Novel Book #2

Olivia Geroux knew her king was reluctant to marry her, whatever the negotiations had arranged. But she never expected to find handsome, arrogant King Rowan obsessed with his stepsister instead. And before she can determine what course to take, she overhears her greatest ally plotting to murder the princess.
Olivia must act quickly—and live with whatever chaos results. As the assassin hunts his prey, a magic mirror appears to show Olivia the three paths that open before her . . .
If she hesitates only a moment, the princess will die—and she will become queen.
If she calls for help, she will gain great power—but she must also thrust away her own happiness.
If she runs to stop the murder herself, she will know love and contentment—but her whole country will suffer.
As she lives out each path, her wits and courage will be tested as she fights to protect her people, her friends, and her heart. And deciding which to follow will be far from easy . . .



THROUGH A DARK GLASS
A Dark Glass Novel Book 1

On her seventeenth birthday, Megan of Chaumont discovers she’ll be sold as a bride to the brutish Volodane family—within hours. Her father grants only that she may choose which one of the ruthless, grasping lord's three sons she weds:
Rolf, the eldest: stern, ambitious, and loyal?
Sebastian, the second son: sympathetic, sly, and rebellious?
Or Kai, the youngest: bitter, brooding, and proud?
As shy, horrified Megan flees the welcome dinner for her in-laws-to-be, she finds an enchanted mirror that will display how her life unrolls with each man, as if she were living it out in a breath. But there is no smooth “happily ever after” in her choices.
Deaths and honors, joys and agonies, intrigues and escapes await her in a remote, ramshackle keep, where these rough but complex men reveal one side and then another of their jagged characters—and bring forth new aspects of Megan, too. But the decisions of one teenaged marriage-pawn reverberate much farther than any of them have guessed . . .




Barb Hendee is the New York Times bestselling author of The Mist-Torn Witches series. She is the co-author (with husband J.C.) of the Noble Dead Saga. She holds a master’s degree in composition/rhetoric from the University of Idaho and currently teaches writing for Umpqua Community College. She and J.C. live in a quirky two-level townhouse just south of Portland, Oregon.


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50 comments:

  1. I really love the sound of both books but I think A Choice of Crowns would be the one I'd read first. Olivia is so alone and I am really rooting for her to survive!

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  2. It look likes such a great book!

    Tracy Shafer

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  3. I love the cover. It makes me feel cold just looking at it.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  4. I think the cover is really pretty.

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  5. I think the cover makes the book look very interesting
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    Ashley C

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  6. Through a Dark Glass looks the most interesting to me. I like all of the covers.

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  7. The cover looks mystical and lovely.....I really like it!!

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  8. The covers are great. I am most intrigued by Through a Dark Glass.

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  9. Where is your favorite place to write?

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  10. Beautiful book cover. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I like the cover, especially the color scheme, which goes well with the title.

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  12. The cover looks beautiful with the light blue shading. It’s definitely enticing if I saw in a book store.

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  13. i think the cover is pretty cool. Love the light blue color.

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  14. I love the covers. Through a Dark Glass appeals to me the most.

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  15. this looks like a good book. i can't wait to read it.

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  16. I love all the covers. A Girl of White Winter appeals to me the most.

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  17. the book cover look great. I have no questions for the author. I like book 1 the best.

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  18. I think the book sounds great and I would love to read it.

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  19. Great covers. A Girl of White Winter looks especially appealing.

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  20. I think the cover is fitting. I don't have questions for the Author. The Book I would choose to read would be Through a Dark Glass seems intriguing.

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  21. The cover is fitting for the book! Sounds interestin like a good read

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  22. I like the cover. A GIRL OF WHITE WINTER sounds best to me.

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  23. The cover is beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway,

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  24. The cover is pretty I like the name The Girl of White Winter

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  25. The cover makes me want to check out the book.

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  26. It looks like an interesting read.

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  27. The Girl of White Winter appeals to me the most!

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  28. I don't put too much stock in covers, but that is a neat theme for the set.

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  29. The cover lets me know it's a book I would likely be interested in Reading.

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  30. I love the cover. The boat sounds great. I like A Choice of Crowns.

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  31. I really like the cover of Through a dark glass

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  32. Beautiful books! I especially love the cover of 'A Girl of White Winter'. The crystal and blues appeal to my personal aesthetic. I'd definitely be interested in reading this. Does it have a happy ending? I've always got to know, lol.

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  33. The cover looks dreamy, like it is about to be a fantasy. It is soothing shades. Looks like an awesome read.

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  34. I like the cover. You can just see the question in her eyes.

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  35. The covers are pretty but would be more interesting if the facial reflection in the mirror were different from the individual looking into the mirror.

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  36. What beautiful covers! And I love the titles of each of the books too.

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