A Winter Knight, award winning author, Barbara Bettis, Judith Sterling, Knights of Destiny, Medieval Monday, medieval romance, Night of the Owl, The Novels of Ravenwood
Welcome back to Medieval Monday! Our nature theme continues, and I’m delighted to feature A Winter Knight by award-winning author and friend Barbara Bettis. This book is part of her Knights of Destiny series and a wonderful read. If you’re following my excerpt from Night of the Owl, you can find the seventh snippet on Barbara’s blog today.
Now, let’s enjoy her seventh snippet:
Luck was with him, however. The snow, while blowing like a needle-toothed banshee earlier, hadn’t completely filled in the tracks left by the riderless horse. Faint, but Nicholas could make out the slight indentations. Northeast, then.
He and Solomon plodded along the path, stopping once to investigate a drift at the edge of the road, only to find a skiff of hardened snow covering a low bush. When he remounted, he tugged the heavy wool cloak tighter around his shoulders. The wind might have laid, but the air was turning colder. He beat his hands together. They were numbing in spite of his sturdy leather gloves.
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A little more about A Winter Knight:
Sir Nicholas has given up on marriage. These days he’s content to captain his friend’s troops and avoid entanglements—until one winter night when he rescues a half-frozen woman from a snowstorm. Her irrepressible spirit and kindness to others reminds him that all ladies aren’t like his former intended, who wed his brother while Nick was on crusade. But he can’t open his heart to Lady Clare. She’s bound to another, and Nick won’t forfeit his honor. Even if she were free, he has nothing to offer but love, and this lady deserves everything.
Lady Clare’s dying grandfather has arranged her betrothal, but the arrival of the man she’s to wed sends her fleeing into a snowstorm. Injured when her horse stumbles, she’s rescued by a mysterious knight. She recovers at his run-down manor, safe at last—until her betrothed tracks her down two days before Christmas. Trapped at home with the wedding imminent, she longs for the winter knight she’s come to love.
Only a miracle can bring Clare and Nick together. But at Christmas, anything is possible.
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That’s all for this Medieval Monday. See you next week! 🙂