Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Waiting on Wednesday {6} Named of the Dragon by Susanna Kearsley

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.
I love Susanna Kearsley. She’s one of my favorite authors and I devour her books. For those of you who’ve never read her, she writes amazing modern gothics with a historical twist that will have you riveted.
I was really excited to see that Sourcebooks Landmark is rereleasing Named of the Dragon. Although I’ve already read this one (read my review)—I ordered mine from England a year or so ago—I cannot wait for this one to come out because I love the covers that Sourcebooks Landmark uses.

Named of the Dragon by Susanna Kearsley
Release Date: October 6, 2015
A haunting tale of intrigue from New York Times bestselling author Susanna Kearsley.
Although it goes against her workaholic nature, literary agent Lyn Ravenshaw lets herself be whisked off to Wales for the Christmas holidays by her star client, flamboyant children's author Bridget Cooper. She suspects Bridget has ulterior motives, but the lure of South Wales with its castles and myths is irresistible. Perhaps a change of scene will bring relief from the nightmares that have plagued her since the death of her child.
Lyn immerses herself in the peace and quiet of the charming Welsh village, but she soon meets an eccentric young widow who's concerned her baby son is in danger—and inexplicably thinks Lyn is the child's protector.
Lyn's dreams become more and more disturbing as she forms a surprisingly warm friendship with a reclusive, brooding playwright, and is pulled into an ancient world of Arthurian legend and dangerous prophecies. Before she can escape her nightmares, she must uncover the secret of her dreams, which is somehow inextricably located in a time long ago and far away...

What are you waiting on lovelies?


In the Hammock said...

Sounds really good!! Thanks for sharing!

Crystal BooksUnbound said...

This book sounds really great! I haven't heard of it until now so I'm definitely adding it to my Goodreads! Awesome pick this week :) My WoW:

Crystal @ Books Unbound

Angela @ Simply Angela said...

Her books are amazing.

Angela @ Simply Angela said...

I loved it when I read it.

Sophia Rose said...

I have yet to read a Susanna Kearsley and I don't know why since they all sound good when I read the blurbs. That will change with this one since I picked it for review. :)

Angela @ Simply Angela said...

I hope you enjoy it, Sophia!

Anna@herding cats&burning soup said...

I've seen this one pop up a lot this week. I'm really liking that cover :)

Angela @ Simply Angela said...

I like this cover tons better than the one from the UK publisher who originally released it. It was such a good book.