Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Welcome Two Brothers Metz Gypsy Knights Giveaway

Lafe: First off, big shout out to Roxanne for organizing our bewitching book tour.

Rhett: And for looking totally hot in those shades. In the words of Wayne Cambpell - schwing


Lafe: Babelicious!

Party time!




Roxanne’s a major fox.


If she were president her name would be Baberaham Lincoln.


Are we allowed to just rip off their whole routine?


Too late.

Lafe: So...there’s a babe in our book.

Gypsy Knights.

Rhett: Alright, let’s go there.

In honor of Roxanne, we will devote this guest post to the babe in Gypsy Knights - Dilia Rosa.

Lafe: Or maybe just to babes, generally. Like do you ever watch Project Runway? Chick show, I know. But it rocks. Heidi Klum.

Not the first guy to see it, for sure, but shit, those legs just won’t quit.

Rhett: I guess. But really - who cares about her?

A more interesting conversation to share with Roxanne’s readers might be about the types of chicks we were able to score in our youth, and in particular the strategies implemented to that end...

Lafe: Dude, the wives will not go for that. Plus, what I think Roxanne’s readers probably really want to talk about is something we both know a lot about.

Really hot guys.


Hate them.

Lafe: Dude, how could you hate Hasselhoff?

Lafe: Wow.

Still, a good Hassellhoff never goes out of style.

Rhett: Well... since we’re on the topic of hot dudes... I’ve been told I look a bit like JT.

Lafe: You bringing sexy back? You and your damn fluffy hair.

Rhett: Well, after I took it in the first place, I thought it was only fair to bring it back.

Lafe: Ha ha! I was wondering where my mojo went.

Rhett: We can see from nosing around the Fang-Tastic website that Roxanne and her readers have mojo to spare.

Lafe: Work it, ladies!

Rhett: Me-ow!

I have to say thanks for being here today guys, for the compliments- and for a transport back in time. I swear I was just taken back to 10th grade when guys of all ages quoted Wayne's World (which dates me considering when Wayne's World came out)
~ Rox

Gypsy Knights
by Two Brothers Metz
Genre Paranormal YA

Fourteen-year-old Durriken Brishen has lost his parents, his grandfather, and though he doesn't know it, his Gypsy culture's dangerous gift.

Taken in and raised on the rails by the first woman to pilot a freight train, Durriken has one remaining connection to his Romani roots: a small wooden box that hangs from the hammer loop of his overalls.

The last gift he received from his grandfather, the box contains the world's first chess set. But a piece is missing: the Red Queen. According to Durriken’s family lore, the complete set awakens the power of T─ârie, a mercurial gift that confers unique abilities on each new Master.

When a suspicious fire erupts in the Chicago rail yard, Durriken's escape produces an uneasy alliance, though not without its silver lining. Dilia is a few inches taller, several degrees cleverer, and oh yes – very pretty. While Durriken is uneasy allying with a girl whose parents were convicted of sedition, there's no doubt she is a powerful partner. And while it's not immediately clear to either, her own Guatemalan culture and family history are deeply entwined with the ancient Romani mystery.

Jumping box cars, escaping riverboats, deciphering clues, crossing swords with the brilliant madman Radu Pinch – with great American cities as its backdrop – Gypsy Knights is the page-turning saga of Durriken Brishen and his quest to rediscover his past.

Two Brothers Metz Bio:

The Two Brothers Metz are happily settled in the rolling valleys of Western Pennsylvania – where they are hard at work on the second installment of The Gypsy Knights Saga.

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Debby said...

Good Morning, the covert is beautiful. Makes me want to pick it up. I did like the brothers on facebook and I follow this blog.
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Nikki said...

I think my daughter would like this book

Nikki said...

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sorry forgot my email

Jen said...

I would like a copy

Rob said...

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Jess Macallan said...

Looks like a great book, and I loved the post. :)


Tore said...

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Julie S said...

This sounds pretty interesting. Thanks for the giveaway.