Thursday, April 16, 2015

THE COUNTESS' CAPTIVE Quiz and Giveaway with Andrea Cefalo

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Take The Countess' Captive Playbuzz quiz and enter to win a Fairytale Keeper Clutch Purse & $25 Amazon Gift Card! 

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03_The Countess' Captive_CoverDuring March of 1248, Adelaide Schumacher-affectionately called Snow White-has lost so much: her mother, her possessions, and now her home. Adelaide hates abandoning her home city, her family’s legacy, and her first love?Ivo. More than anything, she hates her father growing closer to her mother’s cousin?Galadriel. Adelaide plots to end their tryst before her fate is sealed, and she never sets foot in Cologne again. But good and pious can only get Galadriel so far. Never again will she be destitute. Never again will she be known by the cruel moniker?Cinderella. Never again will someone take what is rightfully hers. No matter what it takes. The Countess’ Captive is the much anticipated follow-up to The Fairytale Keeper and is book two in The Fairytale Keeper series. The novel combines Grimm’s fairytale characters with real historical settings and events to create a tale that leaves the reader wondering where fact ends and fiction begins. 

Publication Date: February 14, 2015 
Published by: Scarlet Primrose Press 
Formats: eBook; Paperback Pages: 232 
Series: Book Two, Fairytale Keeper Series 
Genre: Young Adult/Historical/Fairytale Retelling 


Praise for The Fairytale Keeper Series
“A…resonant tale set late in the 13th century… with unexpected plot twists. An engaging story of revenge.” –Publisher’s Weekly 

“Great historical fiction. Strong emotion injected into almost every page.” –Amazon Vine Reviewer 

“…a unique twist on the Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Part fairy tale retelling, part historical fiction… The Fairytale Keeper is a story of corruption.” -Copperfield Historical Fiction Review 

“The story that Cefalo weaves is intriguing and leaves you hanging on, wanting more.” -Hooked to Books Book Review Blog 

“…it doesn’t feel like any retelling. Because it’s not. The Fairytale Keeper is its own unique story…very entertaining, containing a strong female role, a sweet romance, and much more.” -Lulu The Bookworm Book Review Blog

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Giveaway
Clutch Purse Giveaway
To enter to win a Fairytale Keeper Clutch Purse & $25 Amazon Gift Card please complete the giveaway form below. * Giveaway is open to US residents only. * Giveaway ends at 11:59pm on April 17th. * You must be 18 or older to enter. * Only one entry per household. * All giveaway entrants agree to be honest and not cheat the systems; any suspect of fraud is decided upon by blog/site owner and the sponsor, and entrants may be disqualified at our discretion. * Winner will be chosen via GLEAM on April 18th and notified via email. Winner have 48 hours to claim prize or new winner is chosen. * Please email Amy @ hfvirtualbooktours@gmail.com with any questions. 


About the Author
Andrea Cefalo is an award-winning author and blogger on Medieval Europe. The next three novels in The Fairytale Keeper series will debut in 2015 and 2016. She resides in Greenville, South Carolina with her husband and their two border collies. For more information please visit Andrea Cefalo's website. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest




The Countess' Captive Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, March 23 Review at Library Educated Review at A Chick Who Reads Tuesday, March 24 Guest Post at What Is That Book About Spotlight at A Literary Vacation Wednesday, March 25 Review at Back Porchervations Spotlight at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers Thursday, March 26 Review at Cheryl's Book Nook Friday, March 27 Review at Bibliotica Review at With Her Nose Stuck in a Book Saturday, March 28 Spotlight at Romantic Historical Fiction Lovers Monday, March 30 Review at 100 Pages a Day - Stephanie's Book Reviews Tuesday, March 31 Review at Bookish Wednesday, April 1 Review at Shelf Full of Books Thursday, April 2 Guest Post at The Lit Bitch Friday, April 3 Spotlight at Caroline Wilson Writes Monday, April 6 Review at A Bibliotaph's Reviews Tuesday, April 7 Review at History From a Woman's Perspective Friday, April 10 Review at Boom Baby Reviews Monday, April 13 Review at Brooke Blogs Tuesday, April 14 Review at A Leisure Moment Wednesday, April 15 Review at Oh, For the Hook of a Book Thursday, April 16 Spotlight at Books and Benches Friday, April 17 Review at A Book Drunkard
 
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1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a really great read. I love reading historicals, It is amazing how much history you learn from reading them.

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