Today I’m happy to welcome Catherine to the blog. She’s answering a few questions and telling us more about her most recent release. Please help me welcome Catherine!
Featured Author Q and A:
Can you tell us a little bit about your writing: What genres do you write? Do you prefer to write one genre over another?
I write emotionally-charged medieval historical romances as well as lighthearted small town contemporary paranormal romances for the Cat’s Paw Cove series I co-created with my good friend Wynter Daniels. I’ve published 22 books (not including box sets) and have several novels in various stages of completion that I’m working on now. One of the novels is the start of a new medieval series that features the children of the heroes and heroines in my six-book Knight’s Series.
I honestly can’t say that I prefer writing one genre over the other. I adore penning tales about chivalric knights and headstrong damsels, but the paranormals allow me to incorporate magic, not to mention cursed antiques and snarky talking cats!
What is your newest/upcoming release? Tell us about the book and series.
I currently have a collection of four holiday-themed medieval romances, entitled Christmas Knights, on pre-order for just $0.99. The bundle will release on November 8. For readers who are new to my books, the collection is a wonderful introduction to my Lost Riches and Knight’s Series, and I’ve also included two stand-alone Christmas tales. Perfect reading for chilly winter nights.
Do you have any pets? Please tell us about them.
I have a ten-year-old gray tabby named Sherlock. When we adopted him as a tiny, blue-eyed kitten, my daughter was very interested in Sherlock Holmes so that’s how he got his name. He is by my side whenever I write. He likes to rest his cheek on my arm or sprawl across my keyboard. Both things aren’t very helpful, but they sure are adorable.
Mountains or Water (lake, shoreline)? Water.
Dukes or Cowboys? Dukes.
Stranger Things or Bridgerton? I haven’t watched Bridgerton yet, so Stranger Things.
Ketchup, Mustard, or Mayo? Mustard (Dijon).
Coffee or Tea? Both.
THANKS so much for playing along! Now let’s learn more about Catherine’s Lost Riches series:
A Knight’s Desire by Catherine Kean
She’s loyal to the throne. He’s not the man he once was. Can they overcome a brutal betrayal to ride into happily ever after?
England, 1192. Lady Rosetta Montgomery is resigned to her arranged marriage. Dutiful to the crown, she agrees to wed a childhood friend though her heart belongs to another. But as she rides to the church, she’s ambushed and kidnapped… by the long-lost man she loves.
Lord Ashton Blakeley can’t bear watching his heart’s desire marry an enemy. But recently returned from Crusade horribly disfigured, he fears she’ll be repulsed by his terrible scars. Feeling he has little choice, he holds the devoted woman captive, desperate to convince her that her betrothed is a scheming, murderous scoundrel.
As Lady Rosetta struggles to believe the now-brooding nobleman is telling the truth, she can’t hide her old affections for the gallant hero. And worrying he’s running out of time as her intended scours the land intent on retribution, Lord Ashton embarks on a high-risk plan to save them both.
Will the tormented couple break free from the chains of treachery and give true love a second chance?
A Knight’s Desire is the pulse-pounding first book in the Lost Riches historical romance series. If you like strong heroines, troubled heroes, and page-turning passion, then you’ll adore Catherine Kean’s thrilling tale.
Title: As Knight’s Desire
Series: Lost Riches series #1
Genre: Historical Romance
Release Date: September 25, 2018
Purchase Link: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B001JOZEMU
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