Cover Reveal: Plenilune by Jennifer Freitag

06 October 2014

She did not know what the fires said—their language was suddenly starkly different from her own—but she knew it was awful and real and Plenilune.
Yes, it was Plenilune.
plenilune by jennifer freitag


plenilune
jennifer freitag
coming autumn 2014!

The fate of Plenilune hangs on the election of the Overlord, for which Rupert de la Mare and his brother are the only contenders, but when Rupert’s unwilling bride-to-be uncovers his plot to murder his brother, the conflict explodes into civil war. 

To assure the minds of the lord-electors of Plenilune that he has some capacity for humanity, Rupert de la Mare has been asked to woo and win a lady before he can become the Overlord, and he will do it—even if he has to kidnap her.

En route to Naples to catch a suitor, Margaret Coventry was not expecting a suitor to catch her.

Find Plenilune: Goodreads (add Plenilune to your to-read shelf and catch a glimpse of what advance reviewers are saying!)

about the author: jennifer freitag

JENNIFER FREITAG lives with her husband in a house they call Clickitting, with their two cats Minnow and Aquila, and their own fox kit due to be born in early December.  Jennifer writes in no particular genre because she never learned how, she is make of sparks like Boys of Blur, and if she could grasp the elements, she would bend them like lightning.  Until then, she sets words on fire.
Living with her must be excruciating.

Find Jennifer: The Penslayer // Facebook // Twitter // Goodreads // Pinterest

baffled by the planetary fantasy genre?

This should clear things up: What is Planetary Fantasy?

We've been waiting a while for this one, folks. On October 20th, readers everywhere will witness the explosion of one metric ton of rich, red-blooded literature coming to an Amazon near you in paperback form. It may not be able to fit in your pocket, but it will easily impress itself on your heart and mind. Mark your calendars and stalk The Penslayer until the big day: this release is only the first in a string of Plenilunar novels by Freitag. You're in for a treat.

Interested in more of Freitag's work? Click here to read my review of her debut novel, The Shadow Things.

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