I have only one new release to share today, but it looks like a great one! I love a misunderstood hero and a tough heroine. Sounds like this novel has both.
I’m very pleased to introduce…
Barbara Bettis with THE HEART OF THE PHOENIX, a medieval romance
Some call him a ruthless mercenary; she calls him the knight of her heart.
Although I’d always written in some form or another, after a career writing for newspapers and the occasional magazine, I never thought I could write ‘long enough’ for a several-thousand-word book. But when a former student encouraged me to try, then invited me to join her critique group, it wasn’t long before I’d begun my first (never-to-be-published) historical, a medieval. It finally came in at over 115,000 words. My two published books are, fortunately, not that long.
“You are not remaining at the monastery, and you are not traveling to England.” He stepped forward, and she tilted back her head to meet him eye to eye. “Must I tie you to that horse?”
She leaned in. “Just you try, Sir Stephen-the-Bully.”
There would never be another woman for him. Ever. Especially one whose smiles could light up a man’s heart. If only he possessed one.
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