Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Win-a-Book Wednesday with...Jeffe Kennedy

Posted by: Jax Garren

Jeffe Kennedy

... is an award-winning author with a writing career that spans decades. Her fantasy BDSM romance, Petals and Thorns, originally published under the pen name Jennifer Paris, has won several reader awards. Sapphire, the first book in Facets of Passion has placed first in multiple romance contests and the follow-up books, Platinum and Ruby, are climbing the charts. Her most recent works include three fiction series: the fantasy romance novels of A Covenant of Thorns, the contemporary BDSM novellas of the Facets of Passion, and the post-apocalyptic vampire erotica of the Blood Currency. The first book in Covenant of Thorns, Rogue’s Pawn, has won numerous awards and the highly anticipated sequel, Rogue’s Possession, releases this fall.

Jeffe lives in Santa Fe, with two Maine coon cats, a border collie, plentiful free-range lizards and a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Jeffe can be found online at her website: or every Sunday at the popular Word Whores blog.

She is represented by Pam van Hylckama Vlieg of Foreword Literary.

I'm so excited to celebrate release week for Rogue's Possession on the Here Be Magic Blog's first ever Win-a-Book Wednesday! The book isn't out until Oct. 7, so here's your chance to be first in line for a copy, for FREE!

 Rogue's Possession

Book 2 of Covenant of Thorns

A human trapped in the world of Faerie, in possession of magic I could not control, I made a bargain for my life: to let the dangerously sensual fae noble known as Rogue sire my firstborn. And one does not break an oath with a fae. But no matter how greatly I desire him, I will not succumb. Not until I know what will happen to the child.

Though unable-or unwilling-to reveal the fate of human-fae offspring himself, Rogue accompanies me on my quest for answers. Along the way he agrees to teach me to harness my power, in exchange for a single kiss each day and sleeping by my side each night. Just as I am about to yield to temptation, I find myself in a deadly game of cat and mouse with an insane goddess. Now my search for the truth will lead me to the darkest of all Faerie secrets.

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  1. Do I need to read book 1 before I read book 2?
    nswoodhouse at yahoo dot co dot uk

    1. I wrote book 2 to stand alone, but fans of both say that book 2 is more fun if you've read book 1. That said, if the winner would prefer to have a copy of book 1, I'm happy to do that!

  2. This sounds great! *runs off to check Amazon for book 1*

  3. I know you write in different genres. Do you have to take a break before you switch, or do you plunge right in?


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