is our theme for this round of Medieval Monday!
Join us and discover some of the most evil and dastardly villains our medieval romances ever produced! And we are doing something a bit different this time around. We’re breaking our excerpts up into tantalizing little bites–only 8 to 10 sentences each week. So you’ll need to keep up to get the whole excerpt. We let you know each week whose blog we’ll be at the week so you can keep up with each Medieval Monday author’s work the same way.
This week’s excerpt is from Bambi Lynn’s
Lucan had little time to admire his cousin’s prowess as he continued to fight his own opponent. The man appeared to feel no pain. He showed no signs of fatigue nor weakness from the number of wounds Lucan had inflicted. He began to doubt his own ability to defeat the man, his chances of survival dwindling further when he tripped on the body of a dead man lying sprawled where he’d fallen. Lucan’s combatant howled with fury as he came at him, the advantage his.
Follow along next week by checking out Sherry Ewing’s blog for week #10.
Neala Comyn, wife of a powerful laird, wants to end the pain and suffering of an abusive marriage. She is a woman without hope, believing God has forsaken her. When she is kidnapped by a rival laird who claims to be a god himself, her faith is further shaken. Could Lucan Munro be the salvation she has prayed for? Or will her sins condemn her to eternal damnation?
Lucan Munro, has the power of a Celtic god. He can conjure his heart’s desire from thin air. But can he save the woman he loves from a demon hell-bent on claiming her soul?
Lucan is available at AMAZON.
Next week I’ll be hosting Lane McFarland’s Lindsay.