Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Bodacious Blurbs Bonanza: Penny Ehrenkranz' Mirror, Mirror

Welcome to the Bodacious Blurbs Bonanza appearing every Wednesday!



Lindsey Baker is intrigued by everything about the middle ages, but when she purchases an antique mirror and a costume to attend a Renaissance Faire, she suddenly finds herself transported back in time.  There she finds she’s been called by a witch to right a terrible wrong. 

Graham loves Prudence, but he can’t marry her because he’s landed gentry, and she is only the baker’s daughter.  Before Lindsey can return to her own time, she must convince Graham to marry against his father’s wishes.  Unfortunately, she also finds herself falling for the handsome gentleman.

Can she find her way back to her own time, or will she be stuck in a time when women
had no rights?


12 comments:

  1. HI Janet, thanks for hosting Mirror, Mirror today!

    Penny

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  2. Hi Janet, I thought I left a comment earlier today, but I don't see it! I wanted to thank you for your support and this opportunity to share a bit about Mirror, Mirror.

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  3. Thanks, Penny, for participating in this event. I agree with Cheryl..sounds like a good read!

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  4. I've read this book and it's wonderful. Penny is a skillful, imaginative writer who catapults the reader into another world and another dimension. The age-old question of women’s rights raises its head again - Love vs. freedom. Which will win? And can it only be one? Penny’s writing is clear yet lush, written by an author who knows her stuff.

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  5. Penny is an awesome writer and storyteller. I have Mirror Mirror on my list of to read. Can't wait.

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  6. Hi ladies! The story Mirror Mirror IS a great read. Penny has a unique way of spinning a tale. Do yourselves a favor and buy it. You won't be sorry!

    After all, with a name like Penny, how can it be anything but good - LOL

    Penny Estelle

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  7. Oh, you had me at the gorgeous cover, so intriguing! And the blurb was just the frosting for a cake of a good read, I'm betting!

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  8. Thanks so much for stopping in for a look-see...!

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  9. Sounds like my type of book, going on my TBR list as I love to read books like this.

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  10. Wow! Heather, Joylene, and Penny, thank you all for the lovely compliments. Now go and post those thoughts on Amazon and MuseItUp's bookstore (just kidding). Cheryl, thanks for stopping by. I appreciate all of you and your ongoing support. Now to find time to write some more... Sigh....

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  11. Hi Conda and Sue, thanks for stopping by and glad you're intrigued. Aren't those Muse covers the greatest?

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