Friday, May 18, 2012

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Realms (May 15, 2012)
Jillian Kent


Jillian Kent is a busy writer and the alter ego of  Jill Nutter, a full-time counselor.

Jill spent the first semester of her senior year of college at Oxford studying British Literature, where she fell in love with England. During this season, she came to appreciate the written word, the rich imagery of romantic poetry like The Highwayman, and historical novels of many types, including Jane Austen and all things Regency.

Jill received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Bethany College in West Virginia, and her Masters Degree in Social Work from WVU, and she brings her fascination with different cultures and societies into her writing.

Jill has always been a romantic at heart, so readers will find a good dose of romance woven through each of her novels.  Jill, her husband Randy, and children Katie and Meghan are animal lovers. They currently own two dogs, Boo-Boo and Bandit and a menagerie of cats, Lucky, Yuma, Snow, and Holden. Critters of all assortments make their appearance in her stories.  


How much can you really know about someone?

Lady Victoria Grayson has always considered herself a keen observer of human behavior. After battling a chronic childhood illness that kept her homebound for years, she journeys to London determined to have the adventure of a lifetime.

Jaded by his wartime profession as a spy, Lord Witt understands, more than most, that everyone is not always who they pretend to be. He meets Victoria after the Regent requests an investigation into the activities of her physician brother, Lord Ravensmoore.

Witt and Victoria become increasingly entangled in a plot targeting the lords of Parliament. Victoria is forced to question how well she knows those close to her while challenging Witt’s cynical nature and doubts about God. Together they must confront their pasts in order to solve a mystery that could devastate their future.

If you would like to read the first chapter of Chameleon, go HERE.


Rachna Chhabria said...

Chameleon by Jillian sounds great. Have a lovely weekend.

Cheryl Klarich said...

Hi Rachna! Chameleon is really creating a really fun buzz in Christian fiction!!! Makes me so happy to promote this one!

Bless you!

Dana said...

Another good one!

Have a nice weekend. :)

Cheryl Klarich said...

Dana, It's always fun to have you stop by!
Bless you, girlfriend!

Charmaine Clancy said...

Intriguing plot. Sounds like a fun read.

Sherry Ellis said...

Sounds like a really good book!

Robyn Campbell said...

Victoria sounds like a fantastic character. Jill does seem like a busy lady. Heading off to read the first chapter now, Cheryl. (That will make me want the book, yanno? :-) (((hugs)))

Jessica L. Foster said...

Sounds like a cool book. I think the characters can make or break a story and these characters sound awesome. Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl Klarich said...

Hi Charmaine! It is a really good book. I haven't delved into a historical in a while, so it's a breath of fresh air!

Hi Sherry! Thanks for checking it out!! Bless you!!

Robyn! I'm pretty sure you'd like this one! Take care, girlfriend!!! (((hugs))) back!

Jessica!!! I'm blessed to have you stop in! I agree, it's all about the characters!