Medieval Monday with Elisabeth Hobbes

It’s the final week of Medieval Monday and all the authors involved are sharing the final excerpt from our own stories.  If you’ve been following Roger and Lucy around the blogs you’ll know she is far from happy with him, and with good reason. She ran a hand slowly from his cheek down his chestContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Elisabeth Hobbes”

Medieval Monday with Sherry Ewing

Welcome to my penultima Medieval Monday.  Today I have the amazing Sherry Ewing with me, and an excerpt from Only For You: The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time Novel (Book 2). “Enough, Marguerite!” Riorden declared, holding up his hand to silence any further speech. He turned to his brother. “Gavin, please do meContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Sherry Ewing”

Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling

I’m delighted to welcome Judith Sterling to the blog today.  Her excerpt is from Shadow of the Swan (The Novels of Ravenwood, Book Three) With hands clasped behind his back, he studied the tapestry. “Lady Ravenwood’s grandmother made this,” he remarked. “The ones in the solar, too. Uncommon skill!” Constance moved to stand beside him. “Indeed.Continue reading “Medieval Monday with Judith Sterling”

Medieval Monday with Ceci Giltenan

Welcome back.  This week I’m delighted to welcome Ceci Giltenan with an excerpt from A Wee Highland Predicament: A Duncurra Legacy Novel “Nay, we can’t go to Castle Carr. The Carrs and the Macraes are not allies. I wouldn’t be welcome there.” That wasn’t completely true. There was no formal relationship between the Carrs and theContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Ceci Giltenan”

Medieval Monday with Jenni Fletcher

Welcome back to another Medieval Monday. Today I’m delighted to welcome fellow Mills and Boon author Jenni Fletcher. She’s sharing an excerpt from Besieged and Betrothed. ‘If I surrender, do you promise that my men won’t be harmed?’ ‘They won’t even be prisoners. They can join Sir Guian’s men or they can leave. Whichever theyContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Jenni Fletcher”

Medieval Monday with Barbara Bettis

This Medieval Monday I’m delighted to welcome Barbara Bettis to the blog.  She’s sharing an excerpt from The Lady of the Forest. She leaned over to brush a strand of dark hair from his face. Her fingers lingered on his forehead. On impulse, she rounded the table and enveloped the boy in a hug. ForContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Barbara Bettis”

Medieval Monday with Mary Morgan

Welcome back to another Medieval Monday. Today I’m delighted to welcome Mary Morgan with an excerpt from A Highland Moon Enchantment. Taking the offered mug, Tam went and took a seat beside Bran. Lifting it toward Ailsa, he said, “Blessing to ye, lady.” Smiling, she bowed her head slightly to the druid. Taking a sipContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Mary Morgan”

Medieval Monday welcomes Ashley York

I’m delighted to welcome Ashley York to the blog this week with her intriguing excerpt from Eyes of the Seer (and isn’t this a gorgeous cover!).  I hope you enjoy it. Marcán was not surprised that Merewyn’s smile was so fetching. In fact, there was nothing about her he did not care for. This mayContinue reading “Medieval Monday welcomes Ashley York”

Medieval Monday with Lane McFarland

Brrr! It’s been a cold week chez Hobbes.  Luckily Lane McFarland is here to warm things up for us with an excerpt from A King’s Enemies Hildred would be shocked at the opinion Katherine held toward the richly dressed men preening in front of her. There was no denying the depraved beasts were all alike.Continue reading “Medieval Monday with Lane McFarland”

Medieval Monday with Bambi Lynn

It’s time for another excerpt and today I have the wonderful Bambi Lynn with me. Her snippet is from Mask of the Highlander. She yelped when his hands closed around her shoulders from behind. He gave them a gentle squeeze and rubbed his palms down her arms. “Ye are trembling, lass.” Once she was afraidContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Bambi Lynn”

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