Today it is my pleasure to feature Planters of the Crown by Patrick Highers, a historical novel about the Reformation and Ireland. Mr. Highers has also graciously given me three copies of the 1st book in the series for a giveaway! All you need to do to win is tell me your favorite historical person and why in the comment section below the post. That is it, of course, please leave me a way to get in touch with you should you be lucky enough to win. I am currently reading this book right now, and it is excellent! Thank you for stopping by!
Book DetailsThe Book
Cora came from nothing but experienced everything in a time of piracy, legend, and brutal persecution. Propelled by forces beyond her control, Cora endures the life of a planter in 16th century Ireland only to discover that those she trusted most would betray her. Her story is about powerful women and a man who could change her fate forever. Ireland's story is about the rule of Queen Elizabeth and those that opposed the monarchy. Grit and intensity, turbulent times of high adventure and drama, mire Cora's life with an uncertain fate. Will her every hardship bring an equal or greater blessing? She did not know, but she was ready to fight for all that she had learned to love. It was the Reformation; it was Ireland.
Patrick Highers has recently completed his first novel, 'Planters Book of Cora' and is working on his second novel in this series, 'Planters Book of Barbarians'. He is a North Carolina native and history enthusiast. Patrick holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and currently works in public service.
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