Tuesday, March 1, 2016

A Stolen Kiss


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A stolen kiss. An unstable curse. One big mess in the making.

Today I'm celebrating the book release of a fellow author and the original effing swan herself, Kelsey Keating. This one's got swanitude. If you don't know what that is, you're going to want to check it out over on www.swanitude.com!

It's not often that I promote other books here, especially other genres, but this is one book you do not want to miss. It's Young Adult AND about a fairy tale gone awry. Gotta tell you, I enjoyed every detail of this story. It's original. In a world full of books that alone sets it apart, but trust me on this one. If you enjoy fantasy, you'll devour A Stolen Kiss and want more.



Effing Swan, Swanitude, A Stolen Kiss
A Stolen Kiss by Kelsey Keating


Derric Harver never expected to amount to anything more than the palace stableboy, but when Princess Maria's curse keeps her from accepting a prince's proposal, she turns to him for help, and he doesn't dare refuse.

With the help of a lady's maid and a prince, Derric and Maria embark on a dangerous adventure to find the sorceress who cast the curse. Along the way they battle deadly creatures and make new friends--all the while struggling with the undeniable chemistry between them. Reaching their destination won't be easy,
but the true peril lies in the truths they've fought for years to keep hidden.

A Stolen Kiss is the first in the Stolen Royals Series--an adventure with magical creatures, dangerous lies, and being true to the power within.

Author Kelsey Keating


Bio:
Kelsey Keating doesn't know the meaning of the word "bored." A student of media, Kelsey considers acting a hobby, critiquing movies a calling, and riding unicorns through rainbows a daily expectation. Driven by her love of Fantasy, Kelsey's novels reflect the wonderment imagination can dream up. A Stolen Kiss is her first novel.


5 comments:

  1. Love the cover!! I can't wait to read this one!

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  2. Froggie!
    Sooo excited. I was actually happy I was home sick today so I could reread it right away. ^.^

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  3. Right?! The FROG. Too bad I couldn't find a frog-swan combo...

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  4. It's a very good read, congrats to Miss Kelsey!!!

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