Sunday, April 10, 2011

Sibling Day - Fox Prince & Vixen Princess Giveaway

Winner Anouncement:Hi everyone,
Thanks to those who visited and commented on my Blog contest for National Sibling Day. I appreciate the wonderful comments and your time and consideration so much. The winner of my blog contest is Pomawolf. She won trade size paperback copies of The Fox Prince and The Vixen Princess where the hero in one and the heroine in the other are brother and sister. I will have another blog contest soon. I am going to the OK Steampunk Expo this Saturday and I will definitely buy some steampunk gifts to giveaway on blog contests in the very near future.


Cornelia Amiri

Today is National Sibling Day

In my book, The Fox Prince, the Celtic prince and hero, Tryffin, is the brother of the heroine, Nesta, of my book, Vixen Princess.

In honor of National Sibling Day, I'm giving away an autographed trade paperback of both books, The Vixen Princess and The Fox Prince, to one lucky winner. To enter, just comment below and I will randomly draw a winner from them.

Here is a blurb of each:

The Fox Prince
Aelfrida, a Saxon slave, and Tryffin, a Celtic prince are thrown together in the dark days of the Celtic/Saxon wars. Though of a different class, culture, and religion, Tryffin wins the Saxon maiden's heart. But is it too late? The answer lies in Aelfrida's hands. Will she choose vengeance or love?

Vixen Princess
An unlikely pair, King Arthur's champion, Mabon, a hardened warrior, renown for his Roman military skill, who gave up on a family long ago to dedicate his life to serving king and country is thrown together with Nesta. Yes, the spunky young princess from The Fox Prince is back. Nesta has grown into a fiery, voluptuous, middle-aged widow.

A matchmaking ghost is called forth from the grave on a quest to bring the comely, headstrong, sword wielding widow together with the dark, brooding warrior, and open their lonely, locked hearts with the magic of love.

For excerpts on the two books and much more, please click here to visit my website


  1. I love stories involving ghost!! These books are must reads.
    Celtic history romance are my fist favoritesto read and I'm glad for finding these books.

  2. These books sound wonderful. I love Celtic romances! Thanks for the contest.

  3. I love the time period as the Celtic history and legend. It helps to have a name from that time period as well....*S*
    There is something about it that just is so beautiful and touching. Such a rich history.
    Thank you for being an author that writes this time period.
    I love it...*S*


    pommwolf @ hotmail dot com

  4. Cornelia,

    I just checked out your website...fab intro! I love the Celtic design. This period of history evokes daring, warrior men and the women they love...but your Texas "take this job and shove it" blurb made me laugh out loud.

    Why have I not discovered your work before today? I can't wait to read your books...ALL of them! =D


  5. Your books have wonderful covers. I'm glad I had lunch with my sister today--even though I didn't know it was sibling day. LOL I wish you all the best.

  6. BOth of the books sound fantastic. I didn't know it was Nat'l sibling day lol!

  7. Both sound like good books. I never knew there was a national sibling day. Well, I talked with one of my siblings today.

  8. The books sounds good. I wasn't aware it was sibling day. I was raised as an only child altho I have 8 siblings. I was married in my 40's when I got to meet some of my sisters and brothers and only 6 years ago I was able to meet the last sister who I was not in touch with. If you have not take them for granted..I missed out on so much growing up and not in touch with mine...My goal was to get to meet all of them before I leave this earth and it has been done. susan Leech

  9. both of these sound fab and love the setting.

    pams00 @