Medieval Mondays – Sherry Ewing

We are continuing with our medieval first encounters. This week you will find another snippet from Highland Redemption on Sherry Ewing’s website.

Below is a snippet from Sherry’s,  For All of Ever: The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time Novel (Book One).

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“My lady, I─”

 “Ugh!” She all but growled at him, and he was puzzled as to what had caused her outburst, let alone to take the Lord’s name in vain. Turning her back to him, she began muttering beneath her breath. She ran her hand through her tawny colored hair, afore she finally returned her attention to him with a grim expression. Her aquamarine eyes leveled on his face, all but boring into his very soul. “I’ve dreamed of you my entire life, for God’s sake, and now that you’re here, you can barely stand the sight of me. I’m not some kind of freak, you know. You must be here for a reason, or didn’t you think of that? It’s not fair you can be right here in front of me and want nothing to do with me!”

Blurb

Sometimes to find your future, you must look to the past…

Katherine Wakefield has dreamed and written of her knight in shining armor all her life. Never finding a man to measure up to the one of her imagination, she and her three closest friends take a dream vacation to England. Yet, strange things begin happening while visiting Bamburgh Castle, but how could they have known they’d find themselves thrown back more than eight hundred years into the past?

Riorden de Deveraux travels to Bamburgh answering the summons of King Henry II knowing his past life is about to catch up with him. But nothing prepares him for the beautiful vision of a strangely clad ghost who first appears in his chamber, let alone the fact he begins having a conversation with her.

Centuries are keeping them apart until Time gives them a chance at finding love. But there are obstacles threatening the fragile bit of hope that Riorden and Katherine can remain together. Will the past of one consume what their future may hold, or will Time take the decision from them and hurtle Katherine forward to where she truly belongs?

Buy Links:

Read For All of Ever: The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time Novel (Book One) for #FREE in Kindle Unlimited.

Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1zoF0pl

Amazon AU: http://bit.ly/1Iis7D5

Amazon CA: http://amzn.to/18UOvm8

Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1xB3jLv

Continue to follow along as Sherry goes on to Laurel O’Donnell’s blog next week. And be sure to leave a comment below for a chance to win a prize at the end of the tour.

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14 Responses to Medieval Mondays – Sherry Ewing

  1. Karen Markuson says:

    I can understand Katherine’s frustration with the situation, but she’s not taking Riorden’s confusion into consideration. She has a better understanding about what is happening than he does.

    • SherryEwing says:

      This is a very good point, Karen. Can you imagine what is going on inside a 12th century knights mind as he witnesses a ghost “talking” to him? Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

  2. SherryEwing says:

    Thanks for hosting me today, Ceci!

  3. Marina Leonard says:

    I have to read this book.

  4. Dona Crum says:

    Can’t wait to read 🙂

    • SherryEwing says:

      I must admit that Katherine & Riorden from For All of Ever are two of my favorite characters I’ve created but shhhhh…. don’t let the others know! Thanks for stopping by Dona!

  5. Gaelicark says:

    This sounds really good… must get this to read!
    Cheers-
    Kelly Braun

  6. Alison Pridie says:

    This is such a good book and I would personally recommend it

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