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Friday, December 14, 2012

Reflections Of Ice Now Available!

I am over the moon excited. Reflections Of Ice, book 2 in my Artica Lights series is now available from Muse It Publishing. I love this story. It means a lot to me and is a very personal tale. I hope you enjoy it.



https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore2/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=611&category_id=69&manufacturer_id=19&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1


Reflections of Ice




by Kat Holmes



The Artica Lights Series - Book Two



Genre: Fantasy Romance



Release: December 14, 2012



Editor: Nancy Bell



Line Editor: Greta Gunselman



Cover Designer: Suzannah Safi



Words: 24673





Pages: 95





ISBN: 978-1-77127-216-2





Price: $3.50



Back Cover:



Delia is a woman on the run from her past. Everything she knew, even her own name are no longer hers. But that past is catching up to her.



Elric is a man from a land forever locked in winter. But with the help of a mirror and mystical lights he glimpses his future.



But can he cross time and space before the woman of his dreams vanishes on a tidal wave of malice?





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Excerpt:





He didn’t get home to see them nearly as much as he’d like, but his job took up a lot of time even when Awni wasn’t in a bad mood. Though he didn’t get home often, he always made it a priority to write every week and let them know how he was doing. He’d also write his brother, Lorric, and his wife, Cena. One of the things he was most looking forward to with the upcoming Faire was the fact his parents, brother and sister-law, and niece and nephew would be visiting. He’d get to spend time with them, which was a rare treasure.



After he sealed the last letter with wax and marked it with his stamp, he sighed and rotated his neck until he heard the pop of muscles realigning. Sitting back, he gazed at the mirror. His mirror had been a gift from his parents to celebrate becoming an advisor in the queen’s court. The mirror itself was made of pewter and etched into the frame were several snow dragons with ruby eyes. He’d added a small chair and table beside the mirror so he could write and attend to business there.



His father must have saved a long while to pay for the mirror because it was very ornate and the craftsmanship very detailed and stunning. The only way Elric would ever replace the mirror would be if it were broken beyond repair. Just thinking about the day his parents gave it to him to celebrate his new career brought a tear to his eye.



Just as the thought crossed his mind the image in the mirror started to blur and liquefy. It swirled and swished until suddenly it came into focus. But what it showed shocked the living daylights out of him as heat raced to his cock. Staring back at him wasn’t his own reflection, but a woman, wet and stark naked.


4 comments:

Kaye Manro said...

Hi Kat! I saw your release and just had to stop by to say happy release day and congrats!

Been away for a while again, but am back for now.

Oh and tell your mom Happy Birthday!

Love you guys,
Kaye

Kat Holmes said...

Hi sweetie. Don't sweat it, Mom & I were away for awhile too because of moving.

Thanks for the congrats. Luv you.:-)

Mary said...

Loved the excerpt, Kat. I so enjoyed reading the first book in the Artica series, this one is a must for my wish list.

Kat Holmes said...

I hope you enjoy it Mary.:-)