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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Talon of the Hawk author Jeffe Kennedy stops by for wine and word association!

Next to reading a long anticipated book the countdown to release date is right up there with bookish things to enjoy. So let’s begin checking off the days until the release of The Talon of the Hawk by inviting the author, 
Jeffe Kennedy, to do some quick word associations!




Lexi: Thanks for coming back to the blog, Jeffe. The Twelve Kingdoms series will soon have book three released and I thought it would be fun to throw some words at you and see what you come up with. After all, we love how your (sometimes dirty) magnificent brain works. Are you game…I brought wine!

Jeff: ~drinks a deep glass in hopes of magnificence and dives in~

Black feathers: my tattoo

Sheath: Sword!

Doll: I see both elaborate antique dolls with perfectly stylized curls made of human hair and porcelain skin - and grotesque elaborations on them

Wine: Yes, please! I’ll have the Zin

7 straight days sitting in a saddle: OUCH. No sexytimes tonight!

Magic: Blue lightning, shapeshifters, tropical fruit year around and dragons
   (Lexi: Yay dragons!)

Duty: Love and responsibility

Mercenary: A big man with a bigger swordJ

Number 13: Order achieved, the lost colony found, the total + one = actualization

Love: the ultimate balm to our souls


Lexi: Readers, if you enjoy fantasy romance or just a great love story you have to check out this series! Thanks for stopping by again, Jeffe! A pleasure as always! Cheers to less than one month for The Talon of the Hawk!

Jeffe: Delighted!


T - 20 days



The Talon of the Hawk
The Twelve Kingdoms #3
by Jeffe Kennedy
May 26th 2015 by Kensington
Paperback 352 pages of fantasy romance goodness
A HEAVY CROWN
Three daughters were born to High King Uorsin, in place of the son he wanted. The youngest, lovely and sweet. The middle, pretty and subtle, with an air of magic. And the eldest, the Heir. A girl grudgingly honed to leadership, not beauty, to bear the sword and honor of the king.
Ursula’s loyalty is as ingrained as her straight warrior’s spine. She protects the peace of the Twelve Kingdoms with sweat and blood, her sisters from threats far and near. And she protects her father to prove her worth. But she never imagined her loyalty would become an open question on palace grounds. That her father would receive her with a foreign witch at one side and a hireling captain at the other—that soldiers would look on her as a woman, not as a warrior. She also never expected to decide the destiny of her sisters, of her people, of the Twelve Kingdoms and the Thirteenth. Not with her father still on the throne and war in the air. But the choice is before her. And the Heir must lead…



4 comments:

Jeffe Kennedy said...

Thanks Lexi! I'm willing to entertain questions on any of that! Lol!

Tina B said...

Great post! ;D
This series sound intriguing. I'll have to check it out.
Thank you for the recommendation.4

Tina B said...

Congrats on your upcoming release, Jeffe!

Jeffe Kennedy said...

Thanks Tina!