Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Kira Daughter of the Moon by Beth Trissel

Kira's favorite place to be is in the woods with the animals.  She has a man trying to court her, but she doesn't want to get married.  She knows she's not supposed to hang out with Hannah; everyone thinks she's a witch.  She's not, she's just odd.  And Kira mimics that to keep the men away.

Goddess Fish Blog Tour and the author shared a copy of this ebook with me (thank you).  It has been published, so you can grab a copy now.

Kira is amazed to see Logan.  He had been captured by the Indians and lived with them for several years.  She thought he was dead.  He remembers that she used to love him.

The author gives you a mix of frontier life, hints of Indian life, religious differences that came from across the pond, and a conflict between the two men who want Kira for themselves.  She does love Logan, but Josiah Campbell is determined to have her for himself and will turn Logan in to be hanged to get her.

The story flows well, is exciting, and keeps your interest.  It's set in the early development of Virginia and much of what was acquired there came from the use of force.  Logan is a force of his own.  And Kira grows stronger the longer she spends time with him.

Why not go on a horse ride with Logan and Kira and see if you would survive in the wilds?  It's a good ride.

There are prizes for following this tour:  Beth will award a digital copy of "Through the Fire" to one commenter, a digital copy of "Red Bird's Song" to one commenter and a grand prize of a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

Blog tour schedule is here; the more comments you make, the more chances you have to win. 

Happy reading.    


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting today

Warrior Woman Winmill said...

Ooh I'm the first on this stop. The more historical romance I can get the better I like it. Keep them coming please.

Beth Trissel said...

Thanks Jo Ann for having me on your blog to share my exciting new historical romance, and for such a wonderful intro.

Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing, it sounds like a really interesting historical read with plenty of the necessary drama

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Christine D. said...

I love historical romance books, and I am glad to have had a stop for this novel on my blog too!


Beth Trissel said...

Thanks so much for the enthusiastic comments.