One Thousand Years to Forever: The Making of a Queen

One Thousand Years to Forever: The Making of a Queen

by Mary Moriarty


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One Thousand Years to Forever: The Making of a Queen by Mary Moriarty

Colum O'Heachthanna is a warrior prince from Ireland and a Vampire. He has been around for most of the time that there has been humans on this earth and most of that time he has been without his mate.
One September day Katherine MacNamara goes to work like any other day but this is not just any day, it just so happens to be the day of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center Towers and she is there for a meeting. She doesn't know but today is going to change her life forever and she is going to meet the creature who has loved her for one thousand years. She just doesn't know that yet.
On that fateful day she loses her husband, is rescued by Colum and starts a chain of events that will ultimately bring her death... but will Colum be there this time to really save her forever?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494703271
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/24/2013
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

My name is Mary Moriarty, author of The Kings of Angkor:Army of a Thousand Elephants and One Thousand Years to Forever: The Making of a Queen. TKOA is labled Historical Fiction but it really crosses a couple genres . It starts present day, goes back in time to the time of Suryavaman II and ends... Well I can't tell you that, you will just have to read the book . How does a woman who grew up in NH, spent her summers in Camden Maine where I now live ,write or know anything about Cambodia? I lived there for 11 or so years. When I went there in the first week in February of 1996 it was not the most settled country. I was fortunate enough to live down on the coast in Kampot Town of Kampot Province. In between Kampot and Phnom Penh was four hours of basic 'no mans land' that had to be traveled to reach the capital. If you wanted to go to Phnom Penh you left with a convoy and came back the same way. Living in Cambodia gave me a greater, deeper appreciation for my own country. I have been writing all my life, well ever since going to school. It runs in my mother's family. Louisa May Alcott who's grandmother from her father's side was a Bronson (My Mother's Family). Louisa's father was my great,great grandfather's 2nd couisn. My grandmother (mother's mother) family name was Oldenburg . That's where I got the name for Anna. Anna's Uncle was my own great uncle , George Reisner. If you don' t know what I am talking about get a copy of my book and read . What am I working on right now? Two projects with a third on the back burner. One of those projects is the second in the series of The Kings of Angkor. I loved writing Anna (Indradevi's) story along with (Jayavarman's.) Their's was a love story that was known at one time in Cambodia and I want to bring it to all of you. What do I do when I am not writing. I am a mother of 7, with four sons still at home. I write in the early morning hours, run/power walk or row after and read at night. A lot of times I am researching when I am writing and sometimes it's way too much fun so I have to stop and get back to writing. So take time to look over my blogs, drop me a line and please purchase my books. I think you will enjoy Anna's/ Indradevi's story as much as I did writing it. Also with the new book One Thousand Years to Forever, you will meet Colum and Katherine. Their story is also a timeless story of love and will continue into books2 and 3 and maybe even 4. Mary

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