Thursday, January 24, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

Brought to you by Breaking The Spine

A sweeping Gothic thriller based on the spine-chilling "Bluebeard" fairytale
     17-year-old Sophia Petheram has been sheltered by her doting family all her life, until the day her father dies. It's 1855, and with no money and few options, she goes to live with her guardian, the mysterious Bernard de Cressac, at the astonishingly lavish Wyndriven Abbey in Mississippi.  
     Sophie has always longed for a comfortable life, and she finds herself both attracted to and shocked by the charm and easy manners of her overgenerous guardian. But as she begins to piece together the mystery of his past, it's as if thread by thread, a silken net is woven around her. And when she begins glimpsing the ghosts of his former wives (all with hair as red as her own) in the forgotten corners and dark hallways of the Abbey, Sophie knows she's in de Cressac's trap. 
     With enchanting romance, chilling suspense, and dashes of the supernatural, Strands of Bronze and Gold is a compulsively-readable debut.
This is supposed to be released in March, and I can't wait. Netgalley denied poor little me an ARC. Being a Mississippi chick, I can't wait to see how Bluebeard will be played out in a southern setting so I'll have to pre-order and wait with all the other regular joes!


  1. I love the cover, the shades of brown and gold mixed in her hair just pops out. The summary sounds interesting too, hopefully it's something gothic.
    Thanks for stopping by my WoW! (:

  2. Sounds good! Thanks for alerting me to it. I'm a new follower, thanks for stopping by my blog as well!

  3. The book sounds amazing and I am so excited to heard about it. Never heard of that fairy tale but I am definitely going to look into the story and this book! Thank you so so much for commenting on my blog today and I am now following your page! 8)

  4. I want this one so badly! I love the cover and I've never read a bluebeard retelling! I also like that it's set in the past :) Thanks for stopping by my post earlier!

  5. I think this one sounds fantastic as well-I love fairy tale retellings and am highly anticipating this one!

  6. I really can NOT wait for this book! The cover and synopsis are beautiful!