Medieval Monday: First Meet! ~ Rue Allyn’s The Herald’s Heart



First Meet!

 Welcome to Medieval Mondays! Our theme for this year’s first round is the hero and heroine’s first meet.

This week I’m hosting the delightful Rue Allyn and her medieval romance

The Herald’s Heart


Of a sudden, the silence hit. ’Tis the fog. It deadens all sound. He wished for the comforting clop of iron-shod hooves on dirt. He shivered in the enveloping chill and took a deep breath of mist-laden air. The salt tang reassured him. At least he hadn’t ridden off a cliff into the sea. Talon smiled at his own foolishness. If his steed would not go forward on its own, he would dismount and lead the animal.

Catch last week’s excerpt on Lane MacFarland’s Blog

Follow me to next week’s excerpt on Judith Marshall’s Blog

Jenna here. If you’re following my snippets too, I’m on Rue Allyn’s blog today.


A man on a king’s mission and a woman determined to defeat him. Murder. mistaken identity and love will change everything, especially the Herald’s Heart..

Royal herald, Sir Talon Quereste could never love an overly adventurous, impulsive, argumentative woman of dubious background who threatens everything he values. Lady Larkin Roshan can only despise a man who would deny her identity and steal her heritage. So why has fate thrown them together to solve the mysteries of the heart?


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Next week I’ll be hosting Elisabeth Hobbes  on my blog! Please come back for a snippet from her book, Beguiled by the Forbidden Knight.

Books in Jenna’s Medieval Time Enough to Love Series:




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4 Responses to Medieval Monday: First Meet! ~ Rue Allyn’s The Herald’s Heart

  1. Lori Dykes says:

    This sounds so good. I can picture that fog and being surrounded


  2. Love the cover and snippet, Rue! Can hardly wait to find out what’s next.


  3. Very convincing. I grabbed a blanket and threw it over my legs. Thanks for sharing.


  4. lanemcfarland says:

    The Herald’s Heart sounds wonderful! Thank you for sharing.


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