Medieval Monday with Barbara Bettis

This week on Medieval Monday I’m delighted to share an excerpt from Barbara Bettis’ The Lady of the Forest. Paxton already must have arrived to spread his lies. Damnation. “This has all been a mistake,” he insisted. “You might well think so.” She edged closer as they spoke. Something about her hair—its remarkable color—danced atContinue reading “Medieval Monday with Barbara Bettis”

Meet Roger- cover reveal

I love getting covers through. There’s always a slight anxiety that the model or scene won’t resemble anything in the book but so far (Saxon’s black hair aside) I’ve been very pleased with mine. The cover for Redeeming the Rogue Knight was particularly important because it was my first book that was linked to aContinue reading “Meet Roger- cover reveal”

Medieval Monday

We’re halfway through the Villains theme.  Are you enjoying it?  I know I’m loving getting to read and share some great excerpts.  Today’s comes from The Highlander’s English Woman by Ruth A. Casie   Laura Reynolds is in love with her long-time friend, Jamie Maxwell Collins. She adores his playful sense of humor, caring nature asContinue reading “Medieval Monday”

Medieval Monday: New theme, new style!

We have a new theme for Medieval Mondays and a new way of sharing our excerpts. The theme is Villains so join us to find some of the nastiest, most ruthless bad guys who ever plagued our heroes and heroines. Rather than share a whole excerpt in one go each of us is hosting a shorter snippetContinue reading “Medieval Monday: New theme, new style!”

Dance the night away.

>An older post updated to include the scene from Redeeming the Rogue Knight.< It’s party season and I’m looking forward to getting out on Friday night for a dance with my colleagues so I thought I’d share some of the scenes from my books involving dancing. I love dancing and don’t get to do itContinue reading “Dance the night away.”

Medieval Monday- Sherry Ewing

I’m delighted to be taking part in Medieval Monday where each week (guess which day) I’ll be sharing a cover and excerpt from a different medieval novel.  The overall theme is ‘celebrations’ and I’m starting off with ‘Hearts Across Time’ by Sherry Ewing.   The golden sun began to peek over the ocean horizon, splashingContinue reading “Medieval Monday- Sherry Ewing”

$1.99 book sale!

Harlequin have been publishing ebooks for ten years!  To celebrate they’re offering 10,000 ebooks at $1.99 each, including my first book Falling for Her Captor.  If you haven’t read it now is your chance to get hold of a copy. Falling for Her Captor at $1.99 Readers have described it as A feisty heroine, aContinue reading “$1.99 book sale!”

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