Thursday, January 20, 2011
The Peasant Queen By Cheri Chesley
I honestly planned to interview Cheri in conjunction with promoting her book. However, chaos has reined at my house for a few weeks and it's been nothing short of a miracle to do anything. (I'm here typing with one hand as baby finally sleeps in the other.)
I met Cheri through Facebook and found out she lives in Tooele my old stomping grounds. I have since then been in a critique group with her and sat next to her at conferences. Cheri is not only an amazing writer, but an all around nice girl and I understand an amazing cheesecake baker. (jealous!)
I have read "The Peasant Queen" and was pleased with the fluid prose and witty dialogue. She knows her stuff. Definately a good read. Here's the description:
After running away from home, Krystal is transported to a faraway kingdom where an evil tyrant is bent on taking the crown - and Krystal's hand in marriage. But when she falls in love with the rightful heir to the throne, she must make an impossible choice: sacrifice her one chance at happiness or face the destruction of an entire kingdom.
I was talking to her about her sequels and am intrigued and can't wait until they are also released.
If you like tales of royalty and magic and girls being kidnapped this is your book.
Amazon link HERE