A Wolf’s Rose by M.C. Kennedy // Blog Tour Spotlight

If you know me, then you know that blog tours make me happy. Like, *really* happy. So, when I saw Kellyn Roth posting about an upcoming blog tour on Twitter, you better believe that I signed up IMMEDIATELY. I was so happy to join the lineup of blogs for this tour because I love spreading news about new books and uplifting their hardworking authors.

Today, we are celebrating M.C. Kennedy’s newest novel, A Wolf’s Rose, the first book in The Feyfolk Trilogy, which falls under her main series, The Chronicles of Rinnil.

About the Book

Roshien Cochall has one goal: appear before the Gwyns and prove that she can move beyond the mistakes of her past. Nothing seems to move her closer to that goal, however, and she is left feeling stuck.

Lorcan Mactíre has been waiting patiently for nearly ten years to seize a cochall’s magic ring. Taking Roshien’s grandmother hostage, he lures Roshien to his fortress, confident that he will soon uncover the secret of her ring.

Is this Roshien’s opportunity for redemption? Can she somehow convince Lorcan to let her go—and maybe even take him with her? Or is this the beginning of her ultimate failure?

A Wolf’s Rose is an 81,000-word YA Christian fantasy novel recommended for those 16 or older.

About the Author

M. C. Kennedy is a self-proclaimed nerd with a deep love for the Lord and for fantasy. She enjoys nothing more than escaping from the real world into the realms of her imagination. When she’s not rambling through fanciful forests, you can hunt her down at her website (mckennedyauthor.com), or her Facebook page (M. C. Kennedy, Author).

Sign up for her newsletter to get a free ebook, writing updates, and be the first to know any new information about her books.

Enter the Giveaway!

The author is hosting a giveaway, with some amazing prizes for the top three winners! First place wins a signed hardback copy of the book and two hand-painted peg dolls, second place wins a paperback copy of the book and a rose-shaped ring, and third place wins an ebook copy of the book. Click here to enter.

The Blog Tour Schedule

June 5th – Shine over at hauntingghosttown.wordpress.com (Author Interview)

June 6th – Jane over at janemouttet.wordpress.com (Book Spotlight)

June 7th – Grace over at graceajohnson.com (Author Interview)

June 8th – Esther over at nearthehackberryreadingclub.wordpress.com (Book Review)

June 9th – Bree over at thelongvoyage.org (Book Spotlight)

June 10th – Joy over at discipleshipwithjoy.com (Book Spotlight)

June 10th – Jane over at janemouttet.wordpress.com (Author Interview)

June 11th – Jane over at janemouttet.wordpress.com (Book Review)

Let’s Talk!

Are you excited to read this book? Do you read a lot of Christian fantasy novels? Have you checked out the other blogs on this tour? Let’s chat in the comments below!

10 thoughts on “A Wolf’s Rose by M.C. Kennedy // Blog Tour Spotlight

  1. *steps into room rather late* Oops. I didn’t jump on board this tour until I saw my friend Joy posting about it lol.
    Anyway, thanks for this spotlight, Bree! (I’m Lily, and it’s really nice to meet you!)

    I don’t think I’ve read a lot of Christian fantasy books (compared to most people) but I did just finish The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe (a fun re-read for me. It was youngest sister’s first time hearing it and she loves it!)
    What’s your favorite Christian fantasy, if I may ask?

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    1. *joins you in the room because there’s no such thing as late around here*

      I’m so glad you enjoyed the spotlight, Lily. ❤

      I also don’t read a lot of Christian fantasy, but Narnia is always a top favorite in this house. Fawkes by Nadine Brandes is a good Christian(ish) fantasy book, in case you want to read it. 🤍

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      1. Gotcha 🙂

        Ooo, I’ve read Fawkes last year! Emma is my favorite. Who’s yours?
        Also, have you ever read The Chronicles of Prydain? The author had a Christian background, though his fantasy series was never an allegory.

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      2. I really liked Fawkes because he was so torn for a lot of the novel between following what he always knew and following what he started to believe in.

        No, I haven’t read that series. What’s it about?

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      3. Yeah, I really liked how both he and the plotline were so compelling.

        Let’s see if I can explain this without sounding cheesy or cliche’d lol.
        So, Taran is a teen boy who’s an Assistant Pig Keeper, but he wants to be a hero and fosters a sort of romanticized idea of what that is (he’s also very immature!). The series follows his growth into manhood as he helps to stop an evil lord from taking over the kingdom with his dark magic and learns the cost of ‘hero-ship’.

        Serious sounding, yes. But Llyod Alexander has a way of infusing the seriousness with a good dose of wit too.

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