Bambi Lynn, excerpt, Judith Sterling, Marek, Medieval Monday, medieval romance, Night of the Owl, The Knights of Stonebridge, The Novels of Ravenwood, time travel romance
Welcome back to Medieval Monday! Our theme of “Celebrations” continues, and today I’m featuring Bambi Lynn’s Marek, the first book in her time travel romance series, The Knights of Stonebridge.
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: https://bambilynnblog.wordpress.com/
Now, let’s read her second snippet:
There was no corn or sweet potatoes, but Vale and Bryn had managed to hunt down a flock of birds, remarkably like turkeys. There was no end to the bread stuffing, gravy, even stewed cranberries. Kitty herself had been guiding the cooks for a week to prepare enough food for everyone. They had even baked over one hundred pumpkin pies for dessert.
A little more about Marek:
Boring accountant, Kitty Petty, struggles to get through each day one at a time since the brutal murder of her husband. She spends every free moment caring for her young daughter, until the night she wakes to find her bed on fire.
Kitty doesn’t know how she got to the year 1196, much less how to get back. But if she doesn’t, her daughter will be institutionalized. Having failed to save her child from the clutches of a madman, Kitty vows to protect her future. But going back to her time means risking her own life and separating her from the knight she has grown to love.
Marek Stone wants to protect his wife from the people of Stonebridge. Katherine has been declared a demon after her miraculous rise from the funeral pyre, and the villagers want justice.
Kitty must return if she has any hope of saving her daughter. However, the knight who loves her will do anything to make her stay.
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See you next Monday! 🙂