Hello everyone. Today I'll be hosting the fabulous Michelle Franklin. If you've read any of her books, you're already a fan. If you haven't, you will be.
I'm a huge fan of Michelle's work. The first book I read by her was The Commander and the Den Asaan Rautu. Fabulously sexy, funny fantasy romance. Loved it. Must read.
Another is The Reporter from Marridon, great writing (of course), and very very funny.
And, of course Khantar Vol 1, the first of the three-part prequel to The Commander, and the Den Asaan Rautu. This was a sweet, romantic story. I liked it a lot, and you will too. Below is a brief descripton.
Khantara is a Haanta conqueror, meant to wage war and rule over the enemy nation of Thellis, but after vanquishing Thellis and occupying a construction of a Haanta outpost, he meets Anelta, a woman enslaved by her own people bearing a brand of servitude on her neck. Khantara contrives to save her from a cruel home and bring her to the refuge his people can provide, but how can he do so successfully when the eyes of Thellis are upon him?
Seriously, I read this book--it's fantastic. All her books are.