Friday, May 23, 2014

Friday Free-For-All with Rory Ni Coileain

Wednesday Rory Ni Coileain dropped by and filled us in on the May goings-on at the Coileain household and told us about her wonderful son who is graduating from high school next month.  Congrats!!  At the same time, she brought along a digital copy of her latest book, Tempted from the Oak for our Friday Free-For-All as well as an autographed cover flat of the novel.  If you wish to be entered for the draw, comment and leave your email addy so we can get in touch!





With his blue eyes and heart-melting smile, Gavin could have been made-to-order to entice Tearlach, a lonely tree spirit. But the human has been enticed—stolen from snow-buried Minneapolis to the Scottish

Highlands by Tearlach’s darag, the ancient oak tree of which he is the living spirit.

Tearlach is trapped within the darag by the terrible memory of his own death—hundreds, maybe thousands of years ago, but as recent to him as his last heartbeat. And if desire for the handsome human fails to tempt him out, spirit and oak are both doomed.
Gavin is more than willing to be Tearlach’s temptation. But Gavin has a history of his own—a hopeless dream, one impossible relationship after another. Surely a perfect lover, a sensual tree spirit living in the shadow of a holy mountain half a world away, is another unattainable dream. Can he expect Tearlach to trust his heart when he doesn’t trust it himself?





6 comments:

  1. I enjoy fantasy based on fairytales/legends, so winning this would be a perfect Memorial Day present!

    skadlec1@yahoo.com

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  2. This book sounds quite interesting.
    Lisaguertin@yahoo.com

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  3. count me in. klyancey @ hiwaay.net

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  4. I love Rory Ni Coileain's writing! Her characters are so filled with 'real' emotion that I end up crying through at least one scene in each of her books. Thanks for the opportunity to win! norgar889(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. Thank you for the giveaway!
    jasdarts at hotmail dot com

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  6. This sounds like a very interesting book. Thanks for the giveaway.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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