Why am I going on about fairies, and sharing my old artwork ... well, because I'm participating in a cover reveal today, and the author didn't provide me with an image besides the official cover art, and you guys know me and my stinginess with cover arts.
So first off, the author - Claire Banschbach
Claire Banschbach was born and raised in Midland, TX, the fourth of eight children. She was homeschooled through high school and is now a proud member of the Texas A&M University class of 2014. She is currently working on her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Texas Tech University Health Science Center. She continues to write in her spare time (and often when she doesn’t have spare time). She hopes her strong foundation in God will help to guide her writing.
Twitter – https://twitter.com/ClaireMB_Author
And now about the book (and you guys will now understand why I'm talking about fairies)
A witch and her master capture a young faery and command her to kill their enemy. Adela has no choice but to obey. If she does not, they will force the location of her people’s mountain home from her and kill her. To make matters even worse, the person she is to kill is only a man struggling to save his dying land and mend a broken heart.
Count Stefan is a man simply trying to forget the woman he loves and save a land crippled by drought. When a mysterious woman arrives at his castle claiming to be a seamstress, he knows she is more than she seems.
Adela enlists the help of Damian, another faery, to try and delay the inevitable. He insists she has a choice. But with the witch controlling her every move, does she?
I have the privilege of reviewing this book. I've only read a little bit of it so far, but what I've seen of the worldbuilding is awesome, and I can't wait to get back into the book to finish it!
And now the cover.
And shall we all agree that this artist is much better than I am?