Wednesday, June 25

Jannine Gallant's AN UNCERTAIN DESTINY - FREE

An Uncertain Destiny ~ FREE Through June 27th!

If you love old-school historical romances with all the drama and flare…have I got a deal for you! My latest release, An Uncertain Destiny, is free for a few days only on Amazon, so get your copy while it’s hot!

The story pits love against loyalty as Nicholas battles his conscience while Megan fights just to survive. Set during the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692, historical figures rub shoulders with fictional characters in this epic saga.

Blurb:

Haunting visions have plagued Megan Pendrake for years, a dire promise of a turbulent future. When Megan and her brother are forced to flee England aboard a ship bound for the colonies, trouble looms. In 1692, Salem, Massachusetts is a hotbed of suspicion and persecution where the mere hint of witchcraft is a death sentence. Remaining in Salem is courting disaster, but Megan’s heart won't allow her to leave the man she has grown to love.

Nicholas Thayer is mesmerized by the beautiful, unconventional young woman who boards his ship posing as a cabin boy. But his future is predetermined, including a fiancée waiting for him at home. When Megan faces inconceivable peril, Nicholas must make the ultimate choice between family and faith or a love he can’t deny. But will he be able to save them both from An Uncertain Destiny?


Excerpt:

“It feels right. Too right.” A telling quaver shook her voice as she leaned into him.
That was all it took. He kissed her, his lips slanting over hers. Turning her more fully in his arms, he buried his fingers in her hair and drank her sweetness. The first kiss was followed by a second and a third. When the mare shifted beneath him, he forced himself to release her.
Megan pushed against him and slid to the ground. “You shouldn’t have done that.”
Moonlight gleamed on the white skin at the base of her neck as she stared at her feet. He wanted to kiss the vulnerable patch, run his tongue along the angled jaw. Cursing softly, he squeezed his eyes closed. “I’m sorry. I wish…”
“So do I.”
Before he could answer, she ran across the porch, wrenched open the door and slammed it closed. The solid thud echoed in the night. With a second curse, he wheeled his horse and galloped out of the clearing.

Download your copy on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KD1QKVE
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4 comments:

  1. I got this book, Jannine. The Salem witch trials is one of my passions.

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  2. Hope you enjoy it, Tanya. I've always found it to be a fascinating time in our history.

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  3. I downloaded your book based on the cover blurb. Sounds fascinating! Wishing you all the best with your book's release - and many sales!

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