Wednesday, 25 January 2017

"Was Ashbless able to pull this off?"

Some advance reviews are in for In Bonds of the Earth!

First off, a gifftastic post from Samantha MacLeod:

"A globe-trotting masterpiece. Ashbless’s landscapes are so evocative they may as well be characters. History and geography are beautifully woven into this passionate, sexy, and occasionally disturbing story."

(I particularly like the "occasionally disturbing" quote 😈 ... and really hope that Samantha forgives me for what I do to a certain Norse god in Bk 3...)

And from the Sexy Librarian herself, Rose Caraway:

"An absolute must-read. Janine Ashbless' impressive knowledge of primeval Christianity and her passion for plot-brimming storytelling renders yet another gripping fantasy that ravishes readers, all while on a journey to the ancient rock-cut churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia. I must confess... I would follow Ashbless' Milja and her exquisitely rebellious Azazel anywhere. My heart quickens for Book Three."

And from Kate Douglas, bestselling author of the Wolf Tales books:

"Janine Ashbless creates pure magic with words. Her stories are darkly erotic and enticing, powerful and wickedly strange, yet at their very core, romantic. Poetry for dark angels and a tale that will literally hold readers enthralled ... hold them, and not lightly let them free."

Thank you, Samantha, Rose and Kate!

In Bonds of the Earth is published through all the usual outlets on March 1st.
If you have a Paypal account you can order an early paperback copy - HERE.

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