Monday, June 24, 2019

Medieval Monday - This Time We're All About Villains

Medieval Monday is back with its summer edition. This time we're all about the bad guys. Some can be just as swoon-worthy as our heroes! Get ready for eleven weeks of snippets from some of your most loved medieval romance authors. And who knows, you may just meet some that are new to you!


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Excerpt One: The Highlander’s English Woman
Jamie turned to the family sitting around the hearth. Wesley slouched in his chair staring at the fire, grief still raw on his face. He had aged over the year. His gray hair thinned, his eyes rimmed red and dulled with pain.
“He’s been like this since we buried... the burial.” Laura, Richard’s sister, was next to him. “Father tires easily and stays locked up inside himself. Mother is the sole person who can reach him, although I have hope. Alex did make him laugh.”
Jamie’s focus turned to Laura, the younger of the two sisters. Laura and Lisbeth were alike from their slender, petite size bodies, long auburn hair, and large green eyes with a fan of thick lashes. The sisters may be similar in appearance, however, not in temperament. Lisbeth was the deep thinker. Laura was head strong and outspoken, the feistier defiant sister.
“How are you and Lisbeth faring?” He gazed back at Wesley.

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2 comments:

Mary Morgan said...

Great intro to Medieval Monday, Ruth! :)

Unknown said...

Lovely snippet, Ruth! Happy Medieval Monday!