M.J. Rose is asking if you’ve ever smelled a story?
“He struggled to separate out the notes he recognized from the ones he didn’t, searching for the ingredients that gave the blend its promise of hope, of long nights and voluptuous dreams, of invitation and embrace. Of an everlasting covenant ripe with possibility. Of lost souls reunited.” —The Book of Lost Fragrances
Discover the perfume inspired by The Book of Lost Fragrances
Pre-order The Book of Lost Fragrances by M.J. Rose and we’ll send you a free sample of Âmes Soeurs, the Scent of Soulmates. This exclusive fragrance, inspired by the novel, was created by Joya Studios and is not yet for sale. Joya’s Âmes Sœurs hints of Frankincense, Myrrh, Orange Blossom and Jasmine. It’s smoky uncommon finish suggests the past and the future, and lost souls reunited.
Just use one of the links at http://mjrose.com/fragrances/scent.asp and follow the directions there.
Offer ends March 1, but pre-order now since we have a limited number of supplies! US and Canada only.
The Book of Lost Fragrances has received terrific advance praise:
Selected by Indie Booksellers for the March 2012 Indie Next List.
Selected by Publishers Weekly as one of the Top Ten Mystery/Thrillers Spring 2012
“From 18th-century Egypt and France to present-day Paris, New York, and China, Rose’s deliciously sensual novel of paranormal suspense smoothly melds a perfume-scented quest to protect an ancient artifact with an ages-spanning romance. A complex plot that races to a satisfying finish.” — Publishers Weekly, Starred and Boxed Review
” A sensuous thriller combined with a heartbreaking love story.” — Karen Briggs at Great Northern Books & Hobbies in Oscoda, MI
“A spellbinding love story and historical novel of mystery, reincarnation, ancient Egypt. Being immersed in Rose’s fictional world is one of those times when you don’t want to come back to the real world.” —Susan Wasson of Bookworks, Albuquerque, NM
“Smoothly blends historical events, compelling characters, and international intrigue into an absorbing and thrilling ride through the centuries.” —Library Journal