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Thursday, March 01, 2012

Tapestry Tribute Part 1

As most of you know I am a HUGE N.J. Walters fan. It's because of her encouragement that I subbed my first book and I totally credit her and her support for getting published. The woman is amazing and her books are all wonderful reads.

The first of her books I ever read was book one in her Tapestry series. So, I have decided to dedicate March to that wonderful series. Each week will focus on two of the six books in the series. And to start off we'll begin with books one and two.

First up: Christina's Tapestry. This is the book that started it all.



Christina Beaumont impulsively buys an expensive tapestry that she sees in a shop window on her way home from work, having no idea how that one action will change her life. The magical tapestry transports her to Javara, a world that resembles medieval earth, and into the arms of two massive warriors who both want to claim her.




Brothers of the House of Garen, Jarek and Marc are elated to discover the tapestry has delivered Christina to them. Women are scarce in their world, so the men of a family must compete for the right to be her husband. But before she can choose, she first has to experience the lovemaking of both brothers, separately and together. Jarek and Marc, hoping to influence her decision, both use all their considerable sexual skills to pleasure her in ways she’s never imagined.



But the tapestry also offers another choice. Christina can choose to return to her own world. Jarek and Marc join forces to convince Christina to stay with them even as they fight a rival family for the right to keep her as their very own.



This was the very first book of N.J.'s I ever read and have been hooked ever since. Up next is book two, The Bakra Bride.
 
 
 
Jane Smith has the perfect corporate job, a beautiful apartment and an understanding boyfriend. She works long hours, but enjoys her life. It all begins to unravel the moment she witnesses a murder. Now, her former life has vanished and she is left to rebuild.




Just when things seem to be taking a turn for the better, the thrift store tapestry that she’d impulsively purchased magically transports her to Javara, a world that resembles medieval earth, and into the arms of the Bakra brothers.



Zaren Bakra is shocked to discover that the tapestry has delivered Jane to Bakra land as the tapestry prophecy has already been fulfilled for this generation. Their world is strange to Jane, and her very presence ignites violence and death.

Now the two eldest brothers will use all their sexual skills, separately and together, to convince Jane to stay in Javara and choose one of them for her husband. But the tapestry will reappear in just three days. Will Jane return to her own time and all that is familiar or will she become the Bakra bride?

 
These two stories were also released together in print form. the title of the print release is Tapestry Dreams.
 
 
 
These first two stories introduced us to the world of Javara. It's a world I continue to enjoy visiting. This entire series is fantastic. Join me next week as I pay tribute to books 3 and 4. And click this link to get your own copies of N.J. Walters's books.

5 comments:

N.J.Walters said...

Thank you so much, Kat. I'm thrilled and honored to be featured on your blog this month!

Lin said...

Kat has been experimenting with how to keep her blog fresh and nothing made her light up more than her approach to her March spotlight.

I'm her mom, so I get to see the joy she exudes and/or on rare occassions the angst when guesting someone on her site. This months she is beeming, and I can tell you, N.J. Walters truly IS her favorite.

So if you have not checked out N.J.'s brilliant Tapestry series, now's the time to give it a try and then come in and share your reaction.

gail roughton branan said...

Wonderful job Kat! Nice to meet you Ms. Walters!

Kat said...

Its true. I ADORE N.J. Walters. Her Tapestry books are amazing, all of them. And so are all her other books. Every single time I do anything that involves her and or her work, I get really happy. N.J. ROCKS!

Wendy said...

Fastinating books with exotic locales which I love to imagine. Maybe too grown up for me, but already they have me hooked.