Saturday, April 6, 2013

THE KNIGHT OF REDMOND--Cover Reveal

I'm so excited! 

Here it is--the cover reveal for THE KNIGHT OF REDMOND!



Woohooo!!!!
Isn't it a great cover? I love it! It depicts the two main characters so well--Lily wearing her green cloak that she is never without; and Wren, the Redmond knight (My daughter says he's "hot"), the man with a tormented past yet so strong-willed, idealistic, and awesome with a sword! I'm so excited for when I actually have the book in hand!

From the back cover:


The Knight of Redmond

Lily is desperate to experience the world beyond her small village. A summer trip through the kingdom in the company of her uncle promises just the sort of escape she yearns for until, scarcely a day into their journey, the threat of battle on the road ahead ends her exploration before it’s even begun. But the path home proves more perilous than she could have imagined. After a terrifying encounter with her uncle’s merciless adversary, Lily must flee for her life. Separated from her uncle, she has no choice but to enter enemy territory alone. It appears that adventure is on the horizon after all . . .

Thrust into an unfamiliar world, Lily is forced to align herself with Wren, a young knight from a rival land. With war looming, they must set aside generations of contention to save the ruling family—as well as Lily’s own people—from annihilation. But when a shocking secret is revealed, her allegiance to her clan—and her growing feelings for Wren—are called into question. Now, Lily must make a choice: continue on the conflict-ridden path of her kin, or break down the barriers in her land . . . and her heart.
 

7 comments:

  1. It's lovely Jennifer! Congrats!

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  2. Love the cover and the blurb!

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  3. Love it! Excited to read this one. :)

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  4. The cover feels like romance is lurking. I like it!

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  5. I just read in the Seagull Book brochure about your new book, The Knight of Redmond. I know that it is a fictional book but was very curious as to where you got the name of Redmond. I have been researching the Redmon/d surname for many years now and recently discovered a possible link to a Redmond family in Ireland on the Hook Peninsula area. I was able to get a copy about the history of the Redmond family that dates back to the 1300s who were actually knights, dukes, royalty. So I was just curious if the Redmond name was just imagined by you or if you somehow had some knowledge of the Redmond name and history. Just grasping at straws to see if you are familiar with anything to do with Redmond family or area of Redmonds.

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