Wednesday, February 13, 2013

THE ULTIMATE LITERARY CHALLENGE WHERE AUTHORS BATTLE AND READERS JUDGE

Beginning February 13th, Mystery of the Heart, will be in the Clash of the Titles battle. This is great fun and provides exposure for newly released novels. I'm grateful for the opportunity and consider it a great way to celebrate romantic fiction during Valentines Day week.

Voting will remain open for one week. So here's your opportunity to vote if you deem Mystery of the Heart worthy.  


Editorial Reviews

Review

 A riveting tale of intrigue, courage, romance, and faith. I was hooked from the first page.” —Serena B. Miller, author of The Measure of Katie Calloway, 2012 RITA award for best inspirational romance
“A deliciously credible and moving account of a nineteenth-century woman pursuing her dream to become a doctor. I couldn’t put this one down!” —Sue Harrison, author of international best seller Mother Earth Father Sky
“Jillian Kent writes a sweeping romantic intrigue, brilliant with well-drawn characters and meticulous research of Regency England.” —Linda Windsor, author of The Brides of Alba historical series: Healer, Thief, and Rebel


Customer Reviews

 "That being said, I recommend that your read the first two books, they are equally as good, but this can be read alone." Maureen  |  3 reviewers made a similar statement
 "The pages are filled with mystery, adventure, intrigue and excitement. " lighthouse88  |  3 reviewers made a similar statement
 "Very hard book to put down, I found that I wanted to know what happened next and kept reading. " D. Duncan  |  3 reviewers made a similar statement

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