Bambi Lynn, Judith Sterling, Mask of the Highlander, Medieval Monday, medieval romance, Night of the Owl, paranormal fantasy, The Novels of Ravenwood
Welcome back to Medieval Monday! Our nature theme continues, and today I’m featuring Bambi Lynn’s Mask of the Highlander. A cool cover, don’t you think?
If you’re following the excerpt from my time travel romance, Night of the Owl, you can find the second snippet on Bambi’s blog today: https://bambilynnblog.wordpress.com/
Now, let’s check out Bambi’s second snippet:
She sauntered through what remained of a village, still struggling to survive after all this time, on the outskirts of the forest. She towered over the few humans she passed. Most of them kept their eyes downcast, easy enough, given her height. Others, bolder, gaped openly, waving their hands before them to make a sign that had been in existence long before it came to symbolize the sacrifice made by the Son.
She smiled. Humans would be pagans until the end of time.
Intriguing! Here’s 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, unaware of his demon heritage. Leaving her for dead, 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?
Can an ancient Celtic god find peace in the mortal world?
The Laird of Domhnul has returned from war a changed man—moreso than his wife 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, all while learning to manage the supernatural power flaring inside him and discovering a heritage he never imagined.
But when his father embroils both of them in a deadly plot, can the couple find a way to prevent war between their clans?
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That’s all for this Medieval Monday. See you next week! 🙂