Spotlight – Fairly Certain by Deborah Ann Davis + GIVEAWAY

 

In the spotlight today we have “Fairly Certain” by Deborah Ann Davis

A Love of Fairs Tale

 

 

TITLE:    Fairly Certain (Love of Fairs)
AUTHOR:    Deborah Ann Davis
INFO:    Fiction,  196 pages
PUBLISHED:   D&D Universe, 2014
GENRE:    YA Fiction
ABOUT:  Fairly Certain is the unlikely adventure of nineteen year old Petir Capota,
a computer geek who finds himself back in the days of Robin Hood
after falling out of a tree in Connecticut. He awakens surrounded by
a band of young British scavengers, clothed as if in Old England. His
instinct to freak out is tempered by the arrival of a fair maiden
wearing a bow…and arrow. Normally, fair maiden types don’t go for
computer geek types, but for some reason, Petir is fairly certain he
can do whatever he wants in this realm.
With the conflict of the Royals escalating, Maid Rianne has joined the
outlaws hiding in the forest, outwardly defying the handsome and
accomplished knight to whom she is promised. She is fairly certain
she merely feels flattered by Lord Petir’s uncensored admiration of
her skills with the staff and bow, the same unmaidenly pursuits
disdained by her own knight. However, that does not explain the
quickening of her pulse produced by Lord Petir’s unguarded gaze.
The outlaws bring Petir to their camp to tend his injuries. To Petir’s
delight, and to Maid Rianne’s dismay, they invite him to join their
merry band. It’s all fun and games until she is captured by the
enemy. Now, a geek with no ability to defend himself must find a way
to rescue the fair maiden.
EXCERPT:  Maid Rianne lifted off Petir in alarm, her arms bracing her from both
sides of his body as she hovered just inches away. Although they did
not touch, their gazes locked them together as their ragged breathing
blended with the night noises. Still she did not retreat.

 

That was enough of a signal for Petir. He propped himself up high enough
to reach her mouth and waited. Her face tilted toward him, and he
brushed her lips with his.
 
Now, that was a tingle.
 
Magically, she deepened their kiss. She was so warm, and—
 
“Be sure to check on our guest before you bed down,” directed a male
voice from outside the tent.
 
Maid Rianne’s head shot up. Panic washed across her face as she
scrambled to her feet, frantically tugging her clothing and smoothing
her hair. The flap of the tent quietly opened, and a head popped in.
 
“All’s well, Maid Rianne?”
 
“Yes, yes,” she snapped. “Of course all is well, sir.”
 
The intruder offered a puzzled look at her waspish tone as she
self-consciously straightened her sleeves. He politely tipped his
head at Petir, a suspicious glint in his eye. “Very well. Good
evening, sir.”
 

“One moment, sir,” she said, scooping up her belongings. “I shall accompany you,” And just
like that, she was gone.
 
Dazed and elated, Petir flopped back on the pallet, all pain forgotten.
 
Maid Hottie had actually jumped his bones. Too bad you couldn’t wrap it
up in a box and put a bow on it. Now that would make a great birthday
present. 
 
Best dream ever!
 
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  DEBORAH ANN DAVIS writes Quirky New/Young Adult Fiction with a Twist. She
began writing when searching for inspiration for her 5th grade
English Journal. Lo and behold, she found her world was full of funny
tales just waiting to be told. As she grew older, it never occurred
to her to pursue writing, not even when she discovered her flare for
telling stories at college parties.
After a string of undergrad majors, she realized she could reach a captive
audience EVERY DAY in the public school system. As you probably know,
teenagers love to laugh, and what could be more entertaining than
Biology, Earth Science, and Environmental Science? Then there’s an
added bonus: Once teens know you like to laugh, they want to make you
laugh. Go figure.
After a particularly nasty bout of Lyme disease, she turned to Fitness to
boost her health, and to Writing to boost her happiness. Currently,
she is a healthy and happy Educational Speaker and a Certified
Personal Trainer.
Twelve years after their first kiss, Deborah reunited with, and married her
childhood sweetheart. Together they coached their daughter’s AAU
Basketball Team, which swept States two years in a row. (Yay!) Then,
for several years, their daughter and their money went to college.
They presently reside on a lovely lake in Connecticut. When she isn’t
writing novels for her Love of Fairs series, she enjoys dabbling with
living a sustainable life, dancing, playing outside, and laughing
really hard every day. She also promotes increasing your movement
throughout your day as Wiggle Writer in her Merry Meddling blog. You
can track Deborah’s meddling on Twitter HERE or HERE.  LinkedIn, Facebook, and Goodreads.
Fairly Certain is available through:
Deborah is giving one lucky reader a $20 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes & Noble. You can easily enter below and then be sure to check out the other tour stops for more excerpts and more ways to enter. Good luck!


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    • Oooh! I missed this before! I suggest you get a pen and paper, or tape recorder, or computer, and start making stuff up. I belonged to a writing group for over a year, shyly sitting in the back, listening and learning. One speaker came in and told us you didn't have to have a story to start writing. I thought, "Well, hell! I don't have a story. I'll just start writing." I thought about it all the way home, and a song came on the radio that made me envision children jumping on a bed while belting out a song. Boom Baby! Fairly Safe was born. Unfortunately, Fairly Certain usurped it, so Fairly Safe won't be coming out until March.

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