Friday, February 4, 2011

Free ebook promotion!

Sourcebooks is having a wonderful promotion this weekend. The following ebook will be available for free from February 4th through Sunday February 6th wherever ebooks are sold:

The Greatest Knight by Elizabeth Chadwick
Find it on the Nook: Barnes and
Find it on the Kindle:

Synopsis (From the Publisher):
"Royal protector. Loyal servant. Forgotten hero. 
A penniless young knight with few prospects, William Marshal is plucked from obscurity when he saves the life of Henry II's formidable queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine. In gratitude, she appoints him tutor to the heir to the throne, the volatile and fickle Prince Henry. But being a royal favorite brings its share of danger and jealousy as well as fame and reward."    
Having read the second book in the series, The Scarlet Lion (My Review), and it being one of my favorite historical fiction novels, I am eager to read this first book for which I have only heard the highest praise. The final book in the series, To Defy a Kingwill be released March 1st. Hmmm, I think this calls for a bit of a Chadwick event here on the blog!



Allison said...

thanks so much for posting this, I appreciate the heads up! :) I've read three of four Chadwick books and am always on the lookout for more. (I haven't read The Scarlet Lion, but I'll add it to my list.)

Tales of Whimsy said...

I saw this. I was thinking about picking it up :)

Normalyn said...

I think i need to get over to sourcebook to grab a copy of this ebook. I actually am from the blog hop and you really have a nice blog here. I'm your newest follower.

Mystica said...

I tried to get this but failed! I think I am doing something wrong obviously.

Svea Love said...

Mystica- Hmm, what method are you trying to use? I will send you an email to try and help.

Readaholics said...

Hey you, just stopping by on the hop and follow. Love anything historical!
I'm currently reading Master of Smoke by Angela Knight.
Happy Reading!!!
See ya!
Readaholics Anonymous

Priya Parmar said...

hello! i have also read the second book and am thinking about backing up and reading the first. it is such a rich and involving story!