Medieval Monday ~ Tremors by Anastasia Abboud

 

Good Morning! Welcome to the Spring 2021 Medieval Monday blog hop! The hop is our usual format: the first week on my blog I posted an excerpt from my book, then afterwards, I’ll post another Medieval Monday author’s excerpt and they will post mine, plus a link where you can find excerpts from all the authors via Medieval Romance Lovers.

Our theme for the Spring is First Kiss and throughout I’ll be sharing an excerpt from my medieval romance Betrayal, book 2 of Time Enough to Love. In this book, Alyse, the heroine, has just received the news that her betrothed lord, Sir Geoffrey Longford, has married another. As Alyse and Geoffrey had already been intimate, she is in rather a predicament. Follow my snippets of Betrayal at my guest’s blog site.

Week 2’s excerpt is from Anastasia Abboud’s time travel romance, Tremors.

 

 

Buy Link: getbook.at/Tremors   http://getbook.at/Tremors

BLURB:

In the infinite vastness of time – past, present, future, past – love would prevail.

 

A Norse farmer crashes into this century from fourteenth-century Scotland. How did it happen? Why did he escape the plague when the rest of his family died? He should have died with them.

Three years later, Lachlann is no closer to the truth. His body has healed. He has a job and a place to lay his head at night. He has even learned a little modern English. If he could just figure out how to go back, he might be able to save his family, save his son. But he still can’t read, is still tormented by throbbing headaches and nightmares. Maybe he died after all. Maybe he’s in hell.

But would there be an angel in hell?

Deidre became a medieval history professor because of a treasured family heirloom, the medieval drawing of a farmer that she loved since childhood. Too bad she couldn’t have married him instead of the lying, vicious cheat who had almost ruined her life. Almost.

With a new life in a new city, she has moved forward. She doesn’t need anyone, especially a man. But she can’t seem to ignore her new neighbor, a gorgeous giant with a strange accent, haunted eyes, and a shocking resemblance to her medieval ploughman.

How can she erase the tormented look in his eyes? If only he would confide in her. 

But is she prepared to do the same? To explain how she lost everything – her job, her family, her self-respect – because of her own, poor choices?

And why does she have the feeling that she could lose it all again?

EXCERPT FOR WEEK #2:

“No,” he said again. “I just… the toy reminded me of someone I knew once. Someone I loved. Someone I miss.”

“A child.” The words were barely a whisper.

“Aye.”

Her eyes filled with tears. “I’m sorry.”

“So am I.”

They walked for a few moments in silence. The breeze was refreshing, pine-scented. Stars began to twinkle through the trees.  

 

Last week’s snippet on Anastasia’s blog: https://www.anastasiaabboud.com/grainsofsand 

Follow along next week on Mary Morgan’s blog: https://www.marymorganauthor.com/blog

Follow  my snippet on Anastasia Abboud’s blog today: https://www.anastasiaabboud.com/grainsofsand

For more Medieval Monday snippets, click here.

Time Enough to Love Series

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6 Responses to Medieval Monday ~ Tremors by Anastasia Abboud

  1. daryldevore says:

    Twinkling stars often lead to romance.
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  2. Anastasia, I’m reading this book right now, and I love it!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Cathy MacRae says:

    What a lovely scene, Anastasia! They’re headed right for that first kiss ❤

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Such a beautiful scene, Anastasia. Have a lovely week! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  5. I loved this story and scene, Anastasia! Happy Medieval Monday!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Sandy says:

    Your Medieval Monday blogs really pull in the readers to want to read these books! I love them!

    Liked by 2 people

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