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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Marc's Story


The long awaited release of Marc Garen's story, Threads Of Destiny is here. I know I have said it before but I totally love NJ Walters Tapestries series. This series is the best! And Marc's story is a phenomonal addition to it.


Marc Garen knows the laws of his land. Women are scarce so brothers must compete to win a woman. Only one man can become her husband and legally claim the children she has, but the other brother retains the right to share her bed once a week. The magical tapestry brought Christina to him and his brother. She chose his brother and even though he's allowed to be with her, he is lonely down to the depths of his soul.


Kathryn is a scientist from the future fighting to save two genetically enhanced warriors from termination. The tapestry sweeps all of them up and away from danger and drops them off in Javara at Castle Garen. Now three men share her bed, but Marc is determined to make her his alone. He only has three days to convince her to stay before the tapestry returns and gives her the option of going home.


I loved this. And in many ways I was able to put myself into the story. Except for the scientist part, the heroine could be me. My name is Kathryn and it's spelled just the way the author spells it. I'm a speed reader just as the heroine is. I was last clocked at 480 words per minute and yes I comprehend everything I read. Just like the heroine, I have a photographic memory. I remember everything I see. So it was if I really was in the story and Marc is so yummy. All I can say is meyowwww!


Threads Of Destiny by NJ Walters is out now and available from Ellora's Cave. NJ Walters is truly one of THE best authors out there. And her Tapestries series is just amazing. This book is so heartwarming. I truly can't tell you enough just how great it is. Go and read it for yourself. You won't regret it.

2 comments:

N.J.Walters said...

Thank you so much, Kat, or should I say, Kathryn. :-)

I'm so glad you enjoyed Marc's book.

Kathy said...

It was sensational. You truly are my all-time favorite author!