Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Blog Tour: The Innkeeper's Husband by @gordonlong #review #fantasy

Epic Fantasy
Date Published: January, 2007
Publisher: Airborn Press

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Jahnes, an experienced mercenary at the peak of his profession, encounters an unstoppable foe, and his defeat leads him to question his life’s path. Holing up at a country inn to recover from his injuries, he becomes intrigued by the landlady, a woman of strength and compassion. As the months go by their relationship develops, and he begins to dream of a new life as an innkeeper.
But his unique talents and experience are needed to save the kingdom from attack by fierce savages from the high southern plains. Just when he is getting used to his new life, his old life reaches for him and offers him challenge and success such as he never dreamed of.
Of course, in order to satisfy the needs of his kingdom and his new family, he first has to stay alive.
The Innkeeper’s Husband is a standalone novel, part of the Petrellan Saga.


What do you do when you choose the life you want, but life has another plan for you? That was what I really got as an underlying theme for this novel. Torn between the life he has chosen and the duty he feels and his past. 

I liked the unpredictability of this novel. We were led on an adventure that was exciting the entire way through. 

I'm interested to read more in this Saga.

About the Author

Brought up in a logging camp with no electricity, Gordon Long learned his storytelling in the traditional way: at his father’s knee. He now spends his time editing, publishing, travelling, blogging and writing fantasy and social commentary, although sometimes the boundaries blur.
Gordon lives in Tsawwassen, British Columbia, with his wife, Linda, and their Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Josh. When he is not writing and publishing, he works on projects with the Surrey Seniors’ Planning Table, and is a staff writer for indiesunlimited.com

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Emily H said...

Thank you for posting

Airborn Press / Gordon Long said...

Thanks for your great review. Is there any chance you could post it on some other sites for me?

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