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Welcome back to Medieval Monday! Today, I’m featuring Bambi Lynn’s Mask of the Highlander.

If you’re following my excerpt from Shadow of the Swan for a chance to win a free eBook, you can find the second snippet of Robert and Constance’s unconventional wedding night on Bambi’s blog.  Remember to comment, so I’ll know you were there!  Here’s the link: www.bambilynnblog.wordpress.com

Now, let’s check out Bambi’s second snippet:

Mrs. Dingwell cleaned the room regularly, but the air reeked of a mustiness brought on by disuse. There was an unearthly silence to the granite walls, hung with faded tapestries and notched with arrow slits at random intervals. A single window let in light from outside, but it was not enough to chase away the gloom. Or the memories.

Follow along next week on Lane McFarland’s blog:  landmcfarland.com/blog/

A little more about Mask of the Highlander:

Once she was afraid to touch him. Now she’s afraid to let go.

Forced to marry to avoid war between clans, Kenna Cleary endured three days of her new husband’s painful brutality before he rode off to battle the English. In the five years of his absence, she bore him a daughter, increased his holdings, and gained the love and respect of his people. Now he’s home. Must she and the clan learn to endure his cruelty once more?

The Laird of Domhnul has returned from war a changed man—moreso than his wife or clan can possibly know. Now the warrior faces a new battle, one for his wife’s heart, and his peoples’ trust. He must walk the knife’s edge of deception and danger, while proving he is no longer the cruel tyrant they came to know all too well.

But when his father embroils both them in a deadly plot, can the couple find a way to prevent war between the clans?

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For more info about Bambi and her books, visit www.bambilynn.net/

See you next Monday!