To celebrate the release of the final book in Kersten Hamilton’s riveting Goblin Wars Trilogy, you can get a copy of the first book free at iTunes. The offer is only good this week, so jump on it!
You can also download a copy onto your Kindle for 0.00 at Amazon.
Here’s what reviewers are saying about WHEN THE STARS THREW DOWN THEIR SPEARS:
“This spectacular conclusion will satisfy fans and lead new readers into a complex world with fascinating magic and appealing characters.” —Kirkus, starred review
“Brimming with heroism, violence, romance, and tragedy. . . . This will more than satisfy series fans—it will make them laugh, fill them with wonder, and uplift them in the end.” —Booklist Online
The love interests in my novels tend toward the unconventional. This may have something to do with my own experience that the perfect specimens of manhood weren’t always the most desirable in other regards. With this in mind, I created a list.
what’s hot … and … what’s not
tells a good story has a bad case of braggadocio pox
has a genuine laugh thinks cracking a smile wrecks his image
touches your hair while you kiss flips her own hair before you kiss
looks deeply into your eyes stares at self whenever a mirror is present
has a personal style wears what everyone else wears
geeks out over a passion is too cool to have a passion
likes to exchange ideas nods, but never removes earplugs
cheers you on always tries to outdo you
respects who you are tells you who to be
In my books, the love interest may get to swoop in on a horse or motorcycle or whatever and save the day every so often. But the main character gets to do some swooping of her own.