It's Medieval Monday again. Are you keeping track? We have so many exciting new stories to share. You can follow along with each story by hopping over to the next blog hosting them and you can check out a new snippet and author each week right here. If you're interesting in winning free e-books, be sure to comment every week. Those are the names the winner will be drawn from.
Today I have Laurel O'Donnell (I love her stories!) and she's sharing from The Angel and the Prince. Enjoy :)
Ryen could not help but laugh as he rattled his chains and ordered her around like a serving wench. “I welcome you to my camp.”
His eyes grew cold, narrowing to razor thin slits. When he spoke, his voice was a thick growl of acrimony. “I don’t feel much warmth in your greeting, woman. Perhaps you are truly made of ice, as the stories say.”
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The Angel and the Prince by Laurel O’Donnell
In this exciting medieval romance, the French lady knight known as the Angel of Death wages a battle of wills and desires against her dreaded enemy -- the English warrior known as the Prince of Darkness. Ryen De Bouriez is a French warrior, dedicated to protecting her country against the hated English. In place of glittering ball gowns, she wears shining armor. Instead of practicing the gentler arts, she wields a sword. Those who whisper her name in fear and awe call her the Angel of Death. Bryce Princeton is the Prince of Darkness, an English knight sent by his king to find and destroy their most hated adversary -- the Angel of Death. Little does he know that his enemy is no man at all, but a beautiful woman who will challenge his heart and honor at every turn. Forced to choose between love and honor, the Angel and the Prince wage a battle of wills that challenges everything they have ever believed in.
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