Friday, April 1, 2011

The Hidden Goddess in April

Rolling through the web is the discussion on everyone;s love of the Native Star by M.K. Hobson. The book was a work of fantastical genius and now the info on its sequel is ravishing the web also. I wanted to share this cover since I love the books, and especially the covers. They are what fantasy covers looked like years and years ago. They would make great posters. My daughter told me ' ohh a princess,' and I told her I would save the series for her later ;)
M.K.Hobson the Hidden Goddess
Released: April 16, 2011
  • Pub. Date: April 2011
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback , 384pp

Here is a blurb on the book:

In a brilliant mix of magic, history, and romance, M. K. Hobson moves her feisty young Witch, Emily Edwards, from the Old West of 1876 to turn-of-the-nineteenth-century New York City, whose polished surfaces conceal as much danger as anything west of the Rockies.

Like it or not, Emily has fallen in love with Dreadnought Stanton, a New York Warlock as irresistible as he is insufferable. Newly engaged, she now must brave Dreadnought’s family and the magical elite of the nation’s wealthiest city. Not everyone is pleased with the impending nuptials, especially Emily’s future mother-in-law, a sociopathic socialite. But there are greater challenges still: confining couture, sinister Russian scientists, and a deathless Aztec goddess who dreams of plunging the world into apocalypse. With all they must confront, do Emily and Dreadnought have any hope of a happily-ever-after?

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