In Marked by Destiny, the heroine is half-human and half-faerie.
Five Signs You Might be Half-Faerie. . .
1. Ability to read other people’s thoughts,
2. Unusual birthmark,
3. Never feeling you belong,
4. Gold-kissed skin and phosphorescent eyes,
5. Innate ability to understand Gaelic.
Four mythical treasures with unimaginable power. One woman with the ability to use them. Two groups locked in an ancient battle to secure them. A love that cannot be denied.
Avery Conner goes to Ireland seeking answers from her dying mother, but destiny has other plans. With an ancient prophecy hanging in the balance, she is plunged into a battle between the Faerie Court and the New World Foundation for Celtic Studies for control of the Four Treasures— the Stone of Destiny, the Sword, the Spear, and the Caldron.
Kalen, a Faerie Prince, must deliver Avery Conner to the Faerie Court at any cost. Haunted by past mistakes, Avery is a complication he doesn’t need — but after sharing one forbidden kiss, he can’t deny their otherworldly connection.
Torn between the known and unknown, Avery must decide whom to trust: the Foundation, or Kalen, who is as jaded as he is irresistible.
After spending years practicing law and running a real estate development company with her husband, Lisa decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer and she must confess that inventing characters is so much more fun than writing contracts and legal briefs. A native of Colorado, she lives with her husband and three children in Denver. When she isn’t managing the chaos of raising three children and owning her own business, she can be found reading or writing a book or tinkering in her garden.
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Thanks for featuring Marked by Destiny on your blog!
It was my pleasure, Lisa. Best of luck in 2014 🙂
Does being able to read upside down count? 🙂 Was handing when negotiating across the table in prior job.(Donald) Cover looks great. Go Broncos!
Handy not “Handing” should read closer before posting Ha!
Great blurb and I LOVE the cover!!! 🙂
Gorgeous cover! Congrats. I too worked in the corporate world for a couple of decades before writing full time.
Great Cover. One is always torn between the good and bad, known or unknown. Congratulations. pEpatterson
Love the cover and the “you might be a faerie” list. Congrats! -RB Austin