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Princess of the Light Book Trailer!!


Princess of the Light by N.N. Light
Release Date: August 26, 2014


Blurb:
Miriam Miller likes the simple things in life: a good book, close friends, and a healthy relationship with God. But, destiny comes calling, and her neat, little life turns upside down.

Ethanial, an angel of God, has been sent to reveal Miriam's true calling -– she is the Princess of the Light, the woman chosen by God Himself to vanquish the demons intent on infusing the world with evil. And her first assignment: restore the soul of a homeless man known only as The Walking Man.

Enter Joe Deacons, a man intent on stealing her heart. But as Miriam embarks on her journey to save the Walking Man and fulfill her calling, it becomes clear that Joe isn’t what he appears to be. Miriam must decide: Is she willing to risk her soul to save those she loves?


Author Bio:
N.N. Light was born in Minnesota, lived in Southern California only to move to chilly Ontario, Canada to marry her beloved husband, Mr. N. She is blissfully happy and loves all things chocolate, books, music, movies, art, sports and baking.
Website: princessofthelight.com
Blog: Princessofthelight.wordpress.com
Twitter: @NNP_W_Light
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Comments

  1. Sound interesting. I love the concept of the hero being the Princess of the Light.

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    1. Yes it does! And the cover is gorgeous!

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    2. Thank you! I am a big reader and I found that there aren't very many books with inspiring heroines! So I created Princess of the Light! I hope you enjoyed the trailer and stay tuned for the release this August! :-) MRS N

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  2. Thank you so much for being a part of my blog tour, Talynn! You are the best! :-) MRS N

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