It’s almost time for another series of Medieval Monday posts. If you’ve only just joined me, here’s how it works. Each week I’ll be sharing an excerpt from a Medieval romance by a guest author, and she’ll be sharing an excerpt from my book on her blog.
The blog hop will run for eight weeks (taking us to Christmas Eve). I’ll be sharing the buy links so if any of the books tempt you – and there are some great ones to choose from – you can get hold of a copy.
For my book I’ve chosen an excerpt from A Wager for the Widow. It’s an older book and one I love. It’s set in Midwinter to get you into the Christmas mood. The hero is based on the delectable Alexander Skarsgard)
and the heroine is an independent widow who doesn’t want to spend Christmas with her parents.
“I suppose a kiss of gratitude is out of the question?”
Widowed Lady Eleanor Peyton has chosen a life of independence. Living alone on her rocky coastal outcrop, she’s cut herself off from the world of men—until William Rudhale saves her life and demands a kiss!
As steward to Lady Eleanor’s father, Will knows the desire he burns with is futile—but he’ll still wager he can claim Eleanor’s kiss by midwinter. Yet when the tide turns Will realizes vulnerable Eleanor is far too precious to gamble with. Can he win his lady before it’s too late?
If you can’t wait for the excerpts you can get hold of a copy here viewbook.at/WagerforWidow