As I said last week, today starts a 14 week series of medieval “first encounters.” You will find a snippet from Highland Redemption on Laurel O’Donnell’s blog.
Below you’ll find a snippet from Laurel’s, The Angel and The Prince.
Through the darkness he wore like a veil, she saw the flash of his white teeth. Ryen pulled her hands away and watched the shadows slide off his features as his face slowly came into the flame’s light. A shiver snaked its way up her spine. The candlelight revealed a sensual mouth with a cynical twist to it, a Spartan chin hewn from an ancient line of warriors.
Ryen realized that she had been holding her breath and released it slowly in admiration. She could not believe the sight that greeted her. This is the man who was born without a heart? The man who is in league with the devil? The most feared barbarian in all of England?
Then how can he be so handsome?
Blurb for 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.
Click here to buy The Angel and the Prince by Laurel on Amazon.
Follow along next week at Elisabeth Hobbes website – www.ElisabethHobbes.co.uk
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Isn’t Laurel’s cover wonderful? The picture on your website is very neat, Ceci!
It is refreshing to hear about a lady knight.