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Archive for August 16th, 2011

Former Kazakhstan, year 3145 a.d.

1,000 years ago, nuclear war destroyed the face of the earth. Now the earth is frozen in a permanent ice age.

For centuries, war has torn their territory apart…

 

Anya has loved Joshua for years. Unfortunately, he’s her protector, and became baron of Donetsk Territory when her father was murdered. According to the Old Barons’ Law, a romantic relationship between them is forbidden. However, breaking the law will never become an issue, for Joshua appears to care very little for her. In fact, he is determined to negotiate peace with their mortal enemy, Onred, and presents Anya with little choice–marry the Altai baron, or her people will continue to die in the bloody war.

 

Joshua must get Anya out of his territory before he does the unthinkable and breaks the protector’s sacred trust. When Onred proposes an end to centuries of brutal war, Joshua accepts the bargain. Bound by duty and honor to protect his citizens, and fulfill his sworn vows to Anya’s dead father, he will do what is right, no matter the cost to himself.

 

Should Anya accept her fate? Can Onred be trusted? Or is he a madman, who will drive their world to the brink of destruction?

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I really enjoyed writing this novel. Both Joshua’s character and Anya’s dilemma came to me almost at the same time, and I couldn’t wait to find out what happened to them both! If you like fast-paced, action-packed novels, then this is definitely the book for you!

 

I’ve had several people ask where I get the ideas for my books, and a few others have commented on how different each book is from the last. This is true, but the one thread that remains the same is the romance. I love a good love story, so every one of my books has a strong element of romance at its core.

 

Where do the ideas for my books come from? Sometimes they’re vaguely inspired by a few television shows or movies I’ve watched, and other times, they come out of the blue. I write about what interests me, and that is why each book is so different–I’m interested in about a thousand different things! Have you ever felt pulled in a million different directions and wished you had time to do it all? That is me, but I’m gradually coming to realize that what matters most in this world are family and friends, and caring for them. This core value is also what drives Anya’s character. She loves fiercely, and when her world is falling down around her, she will do anything to save the lives of those she loves.

 

To read an excerpt, visit www.jennettegreen.com

 

I’ll be giving away a free pdf ebook copy of Ice Baron today. To have a chance to win, give your best tips on how you are able to keep your priorities straight in this busy, busy world. I could use the advice! 🙂

 

 

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