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Welcome back to Medieval Monday! I’m thrilled to have the talented Rue Allyn here today! We’re featuring her medieval romance, The Herald’s Heart.

If you’re following my excerpt from Shadow of the Swan, you can find the seventh snippet of Robert and Constance’s first encounter on Rue’s blog. Remember to leave a comment there for a chance to win a signed print copy of the book! Here’s the link: https://www.rueallyn.com/blog/

Now, let’s enjoy Rue’s seventh snippet:

He had swung his leg across the horse’s rump when a hideous wail arose, bleeding through the fog to ooze fear down his spine. He hung there, suspended above the earth on the strength of a single stirrup. That the horse didn’t bolt was a miracle of good training.

Catch last week’s snippet on Jenna Jaxon’s blog: https://jennajaxon.wordpress.com

Follow her to next week’s snippet on Elisabeth Hobbes’s blog: https://elisabethhobbes.co.uk

A little more about the book:

A man on a king’s mission and a woman determined to defeat him. Murder, mistaken identity and love will change everything, especially The Herald’s Heart.

Royal herald, Sir Talon Quereste could never love an overly adventurous, impulsive, argumentative woman of dubious background who threatens everything he values. Lady Larkin Roshan can only despise a man who would deny her identity and steal her heritage. So why has fate thrown them together to solve the mysteries of the heart?

Buy the book:


B & N

Google Books


Crimson Romance/Simon & Schuster

See you next Monday!