Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling

Welcome to the first to the excerpts I’m sharing in this First Encounter themed Medieval Monday.  I’d like to welcome Judith Sterling to the blog today.  Her excerpt is from Shadow of the Swan (The Novels of Ravenwood, Book Three) The boot retreated.  The woolen cloth stirred, then started to rise. She yanked it down.Continue reading “Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling”

First Encounters: a brand new Medieval Monday

Welcome back for the first Medieval Monday of 2019.  We’re kicking off with an old favourite- the meet cute.  Though how cute some of these meets will be remains to be seen (after all, where’s the fun if they fall straight in love?) Today you can find the first excerpt from Beguiled by the Forbidden Knight whichContinue reading “First Encounters: a brand new Medieval Monday”

Something Completely Different – Free Read

There is no Medieval Monday this week (it is Monday in case, like me, you’re stuck in the Twixtmas fug of uncertainty). Instead I want to share the piece I entered into the Elizabeth Goudge writing contest at the Romantic Novelist Association Conference.  The challenge was to write the opening 2000 words of a romanticContinue reading “Something Completely Different – Free Read”

Medieval Monday – with me!

Welcome back to the final Medieval Monday excerpt of the year.  Today I’m finishing back where I started with A Wager for the Widow. If you’ve been following all the blog hops each week you’ll know that Eleanor’s brother is trying to persuade Will into a wager.  Will he accept the terms? Read the final excerptContinue reading “Medieval Monday – with me!”

Medieval Monday with Ashley York

Welcome back to the penultimate Medieval Monday of 2018 and our Family theme.  I’m delighted to welcome Ashley York back to the blog.  Her excerpt is from Daughter of the king – book three in The Derbfine Series As if reading her mind, he said, “Ye enjoy yer uncle’s tales more than the other lasses.”Continue reading “Medieval Monday with Ashley York”

Medieval Monday with Mary Morgan

Welcome back.  We’re over halfway through our Family themed Medieval Monday.  today I’m delighted to welcome Mary Morgan.  Her excerpt is from Dragon Knight’s Shield, Order of the Dragon Knights, Book 4. Her strength and love filled him as he placed a kiss along her brow. Lifting his head, he reached out with his FaeContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Mary Morgan”

Medieval Monday with Sherry Ewing

We’re onto week five of our Family theme and today I have the pleasure of welcoming Sherry Ewing back to the blog.  Her excerpt is from To Follow My Heart: The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time (Book 3), a wonderful timeslip novel. Jenna gave her a small smile and watched in dismay as KatherineContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Sherry Ewing”

Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling

Welcome to week four of Medieval Monday and another fabulous excerpt in our Family theme.  This week’s comes courtesy of Judith Sterling and Flight of the Raven William frowned.  “Why was I not told of this?” “I’m telling you now.” “You know my meaning.” Robert held up his hand, beseeching his brother to wait.  ThenContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling”

Medieval Monday with Ruth A. Casie

Welcome back to week three of Medieval Monday with our theme of Family. Today I’m delighted to welcome Ruth A. Casie to share an excerpt from The Guardian’s Witch – Book 1 of the Stelton Legacy “You didn’t tell me you traveled with a private army.” Alex gave Jamie a wide smile. “I hope theyContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Ruth A. Casie”

Medieval Monday week two. Welcoming Cathy MacRae

I’m delighted to welcome Cathy MacRae to the blog this week and to share an excerpt from The Highlander’s Crusader Bride “Beannachdan.” Donal lifted his goblet to Caelen who slowly stood. “I am honored to join our clans. May there be blessings on both our houses. Beannachdan air ar taighean” He lifted his goblet toContinue reading “Medieval Monday week two. Welcoming Cathy MacRae”

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