Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Review Opportunity:historical romance

Novelist Felicia N. Cheung's debut historical romance transports her readers to nineteenth century England: a chance encounter with the dashing Lord Kessler leads Iara to the magnificent castle of Valkuriz where she finds a new and exciting romance.

Hamilton, ON - Oct 13, 2010 - Author Felicia N. Cheung today announces the release of Schloss Valkuriz. A story of true love and hope amid inconsolable loss and despair, Cheung's debut novel encourages her readers to embrace the beauty of a sacred rose and to discover the mystery that surrounds it as Iara learns the truth behind a dark secret buried in the past.

The story begins at Iara's residence and quickly moves to the castle of Valkuriz where Iara relives, through her dreams, the episode of her last encounter with her lover and starts to unravel the dark secret protected by the immortal beauty of a sacred rose given to her years ago.

The essence of this mystical flower, however, is preserved by the faithfulness of a promise made in the past, one to which Iara is now oblivious. Even so, if that promise is somehow broken, whether intentionally or not, there are consequences threatened that would be too horrifying to even imagine.

Schloss Valkuriz is a magical, passion-filled story that blends mystery, romance, and horror to immerse its readers in the aristocratic world of nineteenth century England as they journey with Iara to discover the truth behind a mystery yet unknown.

About the book:

Schloss Valkuriz by Felicia N. Cheung

ISBN: 978-1-4327-5830-1

Publisher: Outskirts Press

Date of publish: Oct 6, 2010

Pages: 145

S.R.P.: $9.95

About the author:

Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Felicia N. Cheung is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Business administration at McMaster University, Canada. She earned her M.B.A. at the Rochester Institute of Technology, United States in August 2009 and her B.A. Honors in Medieval Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada in August 2007. She is familiar with several foreign languages, including Hakka (her native tongue), Cantonese, German,
and French. Besides writing, she enjoys playing the guitar and spending quality time with family and friends.

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