Dragon Kin came out just over a week ago. If you like King Arthur, and you like historical romance, and you like a touch of realism in your historical stories, then you should enjoy this series.
I’ll let some of the early reviews explain the rest of it.
Here’s the blurb:
Will she become the cursed king’s fifth dead wife?
In Lesser Britain, drought grips the land, forcing Arawn, King of Brocéliande, to take a fifth wife, hoping she will be the mother of his firstborn, whom the prophecy says will break the curse and save his people.
Ilsa, daughter of a wood cutter, is brought to Lorient to wed the cold, distant Arawn, terrified she will become the king’s next dead wife. There she learns about the true High King of Britain, Ambrosius, and his brother Uther, who build an army to take back Britain from the Saxons and Vortigern the Usurper.
Can Arawn find a way to save his people and the land that supports the future Pendragon? Will Ilsa break the curse?
This novel is part of the ancient historical romance series, Once and Future Hearts, set in Britain during the time of King Arthur.
1.0 Born of No Man
2.0 Dragon Kin
3.0 Pendragon Rises
4.0 War Duke of Britain
5.0 High King of Britain
6.0 Battle of Mount Badon
7.0 Abduction of Guenivere
8.0 Downfall of Cornwall
9.0 Vengeance of Arthur
10.0 Grace of Lancelot
11.0 The Grail and Glory
Readers have described Tracy Cooper-Posey as “a superb story teller” and her ancient historical romances as “written art”. Get your copy of Dragon Kin today!
Praise for Dragon Kin
I’ve read so many books about King Arthur, from Morte d’Arthur to scholarly theses on the true origin of King Arthur. This series is without a doubt the BEST!!!
Every book I read by Tracy Cooper-Posey is like an intricate puzzle piece. It’s beautiful and unique on its own, but when you study it from different angles you find out it’s just a piece of the bigger picture and this author gets the pieces to click into place in the most interesting and unpredictable ways.
I love that I learn new things from reading one of Cooper-Posey’s books while at the same time experience action, adventure and romance…and not that stupid love-at-first-sight-everything-works-out-the-way-we-want romance, either. She writes earthy, emotionally charged, realistic love stories.
ABSOLUTELY beautiful story! The characters are so well written, you feel like you are in the middle of their world, interacting with them on a personal level!
OMG. I love this story, it’s a grand classic of historical romance. Oh how I’d love to see this as a movie.
Tracy just nailed it once again.
I loved this one so much! I spent the entire book telling myself to slow down and savor the tale and also not being able to put the book down.
What a great book! It’s not a short book, but reads like one. The dialogue moves the plot, the action moves the plot, even the narrative does not waste a single word. I read the book twice because I liked it so much.
This is a wonderful book! OMG, I didn’t want this one to end (3000 pages might’ve been enough). I haven’t stopped thinking about this book since i finished it last week-wondering what else might have gone on in their lives.
Any time my husband was trying to get my attention while reading this novel I told him, “I can’t help it. I’m over a 1,000 years away falling in love with a king and making friends with the Lady of the Lake!”
This series puts Tracy Cooper Posey up there with the great Arthurian writers like Stewart and Bradley. Her vivid descriptions and historical snippets add so much to an already great story that I could not put it down.
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Click here to learn more about the series, Once and Future Hearts.
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