Updated Family Trees

Since the family tree for Kinfairlie had to be updated for The Frost Maiden’s Kiss and The Warrior’s Prize, I decided it was time to have all of the Delacroix family trees tarted up. The Kinfairlie family tree is final now, although there will be a few spoilers (in terms of babies) until you read The Frost Maiden’s Kiss. Kim Killion has done a wonderful job once more, and I’m really pleased with the results.

The family trees are PDF files, designed so that you can download them and print them out on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. The Kinfairlie one is available in both B&W and color, while the others are just B&W. There are four altogether: The Bride Quest I family tree, the Crevy-sur-Seine family tree which is for the Bride Quest II, the Ravensmuir and Inverfyre family tree, which is for the Rogues of Ravensmuir and the Kinfairlie family tree, which is for the Jewels of Kinfairlie and the True Love Brides.

You can find them all on (surprise!) the page under Claire Delacroix Books called Family Trees.

The Bride Quest II Digital Boxed Set on Sale

Happy Valentine’s Day!

The Bride Quest II Boxed Set, a trilogy of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixThis weekend – from today through February 17, the Bride Quest II digital boxed set is on sale for $4.99 at Amazon, Apple, B&N and KOBO. This digital boxed set includes all three Scottish medieval romances in this trilogy: The Countess, The Beauty and The Temptress.

I hope you have a wonderful, romantic Valentine’s Day!

The Bride Quest Family Trees

Thanks to a nudge from Michelle, I thought of another place to look for my printed copy of the Bride Quest family tree. It turns out that there’s two of them, one for the brothers Fitzgavin (Bride Quest I) and one for Crevy-sur-Seine family (Bride Quest II).

I found them both, and have created PDF files for them. 🙂 You can find them to view or download on the Family Tree page.

The dragons will be tougher, as I have many gaps in their long lineage…

The Bride Quest Foreign Editions

The Bride Quest trilogy was particularly popular in Germany, where it was published in multiple editions. Here are a few of them, grouped together in design suites. The strange thing is when not all books are published in a particular design suite, but it happens all the time.

First German trade paperback edition (the clinches):
The Princess, book #1 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, German edition The Damsel, book #2 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, German editionThe Heiress, book #3 of the Bride Quest trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, German edition The Countess, book #1 of the Bride Quest II trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, by Claire Delacroix - German edition  The Beauty, book #2 of the Bride Quest II trilogy of medieval romances, by Claire Delacroix, German edition

Second German paperback edition (different clinches):
The Princess, book #1 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, second German editionThe Heiress, book #3 of the Bride Quest trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, second German edition

German book club hard cover editions:
The Princess, book #1 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, German book club edition The Damsel, book #2 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, German book club editionThe Heiress, book #3 of the Bride Quest trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, German book club edition The Countess, book #1 of the Bride Quest II trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, by Claire Delacroix - German book club edition

German paperback editions with castles:
The Damsel, book #2 of the Bride Quest trilogy of medieval romances by Claire Delacroix, second German edition
The Temptress, book #3 in the Bride Quest II trilogy of medieval romances, by Claire Delacroix, German edition