To review last week's installment of Judith's book, check out Sherry Ewing's blog:
Time stood still as they regarded one another in silence. At last, she blinked.
She cleared her throat. “May I ask a question?”
He dropped his arms to his sides. “You may.”
“The language you were speaking...’twas Saxon?”
He nodded. “Did you understand any of it?”
“No. Did the raven?”
He raised his eyebrows. She was shockingly perceptive. Caution was crucial. “Aye.”
Her eyes narrowed. “How do you know?”
“I just do.”
And be sure to check out Judith's next installment next week when she joins Nicole Locke:
A Norman loyalist, Lady Jocelyn bristles when ordered to marry Wulfstan, a Saxon sorcerer. She nurses a painful secret and would rather bathe in a cesspit than be pawed by such a man...until her lifelong dream of motherhood rears its head.
A man of magic and mystery, Wulfstan has no time for wedded bliss. He fears that consummating their marriage will bind their souls and wrench his focus from the ancient riddle his dying mother begged him to solve. He's a lone wolf, salving old wounds with endless work. But Jocelyn stirs him as no woman ever has.
Their attraction is undeniable. Their fates are intertwined. Together, they must face their demons and bring light to a troubled land.