Monday, September 19, 2016

Giveaway: The Cross and the Dragon by Kim Rendfeld

From Monday, Sept. 19, to Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, you can enter the giveaway for Kim Rendfeld’s rereleased debut, The Cross and the Dragon. Kim is giving a signed paperback (U.S. only) and an ebook (international, readable on most devices including Kindle, via a 100 percent coupon from Smashwords).

Francia, 778, the tenth year of Charlemagne’s reign: Alda has never forgotten Ganelon's vow of vengeance when she married his rival, Hruodland. Yet the jilted suitor’s malice is nothing compared to Alda’s premonition of disaster for her beloved, battle-scarred husband.

Although the army invading Hispania is the largest ever and King Charles has never lost a war, Alda cannot shake her anxiety. Determined to keep Hruodland from harm, even if it exposes her to danger, Alda gives him a charmed dragon amulet.

Is its magic enough to keep Alda’s worst fears from coming true—and protect her from Ganelon?

Inspired by legend and painstakingly researched, The Cross and the Dragon is a story of tenderness, sacrifice, lies, and revenge—a novel reviewers call “addictive,” “a delightfully entertaining and thrilling read,” and “a powerful tale.”

For a chance to win, leave a comment below and say which format you would like. Don't forget to leave your contact details.

The draw will close at midnight on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016 (Pacific Time).

10 comments:

  1. It sure sounds like a great book~!!! I wish I had the Print copy. my email is benceramic@yahoo.com

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  2. This sounds like a great plot and I appreciate the amount of research that must have gone into writing it. A PDF copy of it would be amazing. Good luck to everyone who enters the contest :)
    ~Christy >> christybme (at) gmail (dot) com

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  3. Sounds like a great scenario...Thanks for your generosity...PDF would be great...David Yarbrough...qazadoo@yahoo.com...

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  4. This sounds like an interesting book! Sharon970499@aol.com

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    1. Thanks for entering. Could you tell me if you'd like a print copy (if you're in the U.S.) or an ebook (this one is international)?

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  5. Sounds like a fascinating book and I look forward to reading it! I would prefer an ebook copy if possible. Thanks!
    libbypayne8@gmail(dot)com

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  6. Historical fiction is usually more interesting than straight fiction. As one of millions of Charlemagne's many decendants I find this period facinating.

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    1. I find it fascinating as well, enough to write two books and work on a third. Thanks for entering. Could you let me know if you'd like a print book (if you're in the U.S.) or ebook (international)? If you win, I need an email adress so that I may contact you.

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  7. This sounds most interesting. I'm sure I'd enjoy it. I'm in the US. Print or e-book, either way is fine. lauren at heyerwood dot com.

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