Tuesday, August 9, 2016

From MaryLu Tyndall's bookshelves!

Hi everyone!  I have another great book recommendation for you all.

I had the privilege of editing the first couple chapters of this book a few years ago, and I was immediately hooked. Katie Morton is a young novelist who has a GREAT future ahead of her.  The Edge of Redemption is a wonderful fantasy romance that you won't be able to put down.  Here's some more about Katie and her book


KATIE MORTON grew up filling notebooks with stories and ideas. Now a 19-year-old sophomore in college, one of those stories has been published as The Edge of Redemption, her first full-length novel. A lover of traveling and the outdoors, Katie splits her time between a home with three brothers in Minnesota and a university full of adventures in California. She is forever thankful for God’s love and grace. Catch her next adventure at katieannmorton.com.










 The Edge of Redemption


When King Maurice of Alandar launches a surprise attack on her kingdom, seventeen-year-old Princess Lorelle—crown princess of Aundria—is forced to flee for her safety, leaving behind her country and her beloved parents King Norman and Queen Isabel.

She escapes the fortress and boards a ship traveling across the Jasmin Sea to the beautiful island of Julinar. On the journey, she meets Sir James Wellington, a young knight who will stop at nothing to protect her. Yet even hundreds of miles away from the fray, she is still not safe from the dangers and horrors of war.

As Alandar closes in on her, Lorelle must sacrifice everything to defend her country, find her way home, and fight for those she loves.




"Lorelle is a strong woman whose morals and actions land her firmly in role-model territory. Solid narrative arc…a solid effort by a young author." –Kirkus Review

Sounds really awesome, doesn't it? It is!!  

Click to go to Katie's Website
Click here to order her book from Amazon.  (Only $3.99, you can't beat that!)



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4 comments:

  1. Ooh, sounds good! I'll have to check it out. :)

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  2. This sounds absolutely riveting. And I'm so impressed that Katie is only 19!

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  3. I read about her on Michelle's blog. Sounds like a book I'd enjoy. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  4. Thanks for coming by, ladies!! I love it when I find new young authors...think of the awesome career she will have!

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