Friday, August 13, 2010

Free Book Friday--Loyalty's Web

Congratulations to Kathleen Brebes who won a copy of Missing who's learned that one loud, blaring whistle will bring her lost children running.

Today's free book is Loyalty's Web by Joyce DiPastena.



Entering is easy, but you must be done by MIDNIGHT MST THURSDAY, AUGUST 19th. Winner will be announced August 20th.

To enter, leave us a comment with the answer to the weekly question. Make sure to include your email address if it isn't found on your blog profile.

The weekly question is
"If you were to travel back to the middle ages,
what's the one modern convenience you'd take with you?"


In twelfth century France, King Henry II of England has just finished quashing a rebellion by his power-hungry sons and now seeks to tame the lawless barons who supported them in this corner of his "Angevin empire." To this end, the king has sent the Earl of Gunthar as his royal representative to ensure that Prince Richard and his former cohorts faithfully adhere to the terms of the peace treaty.

Far from being welcomed with open arms, Gunthar no sooner steps foot in the county of Poitou than he is greeted by a series of assassination attempts. All appear to be linked to the former rebellious prince through the agents of the family and friends of young Heléne de Laurant. A clever, intrepid young woman, she realizes that the only way to prove her loved ones' innocence is by exposing the true assassin. Heléne races against time--and dark secrets of the past--to unmask the killer before the kingdom plunges back into war.

Fierce determination gives way to mutual attraction as Heléne and Gunthar spar over the identity of the traitor. But their blinding magnetism almost causes them to overlook an even deadlier threat from an entirely unexpected direction.


9 comments:

  1. Well, after reading the first chapter, I definitely have to enter.

    The one modern convenience I would take with me is a modern bathroom.

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  2. If I take my digital camera can I take a supply of batteries?

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  3. My pink crystal nail file. Can't live without it! : )
    Kbrebes@aol.com.

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  4. I'd have to take my bathroom too. I don't think I could live without a shower and running water.

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  5. I'm torn between my bathroom and my kitchen. I think it would have to be my bathroom. I know how to cook over an open fire, but after camping out with the YW, I think I would rather have my bathroom.

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  6. A modern bathroom, IF it was also supplied with a computer hooked to the Internet!

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  7. I would have to take my phone! With it I can do everything, pictures, videos, internet.
    meldhahn@hotmail.com

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  8. If were to travel back to the middle ages, the one modern convenience I would take with me is my bathroom. Not an original answer but such a necessity. Thank you for the chance to win. cyndip2005@aol.com

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  9. I think a modern bathroom would be nice but sorry to say, it would have to be lots of allergy pills. You know, trees, flowers and probably lots of dust, LOL. It would be great to win. Good luck everyone.jennymagee@ymail.com

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