Monday, December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas to everyone! Today is our last excerpt installment of the Family Theme of Medieval Monday. And here is the end of my excerpt from SILVERHAWK.
[Barring a miracle or a war—could a war be a miracle?—she would wed this man old enough to
be her father.] Yet that life would be kinder than any other Garley connived. She must reconcile
to her fate. It was, after all, what she’d prayed God to send. A home, a husband, a family.
Her vision misted at the memory of the dark-haired mercenary, and she squeezed shut her eyes.
Reality held no room for childish dreams.
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He’s everything a proper lady should never want; she’s everything a bastard mercenary can
Sir Giles has come to England to kill his father, who seduced and betrayed his mother. First,
however, he’ll seek sweet revenge—kidnap the old lord’s new betrothed. But when Giles
uncovers a plot against King Richard, he faces a dilemma: take the lady or track the traitors.
What’s a good mercenary to do? Both, of course.
Lady Emelin has had enough. Abandoned in a convent by her brother, she finally has a chance
for home and family. Yet now she’s been abducted. Her kidnapper may be the image of her
dream knight, but she won’t allow him to spoil this betrothal. Her only solution: escape
Rescuing the intrepid lady—while hunting traitors—is a challenge Giles couldn’t anticipate. But
the greatest challenge to Giles and Emelin is the fire blazing between them.
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