November 17, 2017 · 7:27 am
Today the third book in The Soldiers of Fortune series is released.
Stephen is the third surviving Montfort brother. Wounded in the Battle of Poitiers, he decides to remain in Gascony with his friend and captain, Roger de Calais. When the Black Prince sends them on a mission, Stephen discovers that he feels more for his captain than friendship. Roger of Calais is not what she appears to be, however, and admitting their love for one another could lead to death for both of them.
Their story can be purchased here.
The cover is the work of the wonderful Cathy Helms from Avalon Graphics.
September 19, 2017 · 6:22 am
Today is the anniversary of the battle of Poitiers, which took place in 1356. Edward of Woodstock, the Black Prince, led an English and Gascon army against a larger French force and won.
This is the event which proves to be the turning point in the lives of the four brothers in my new historical romance series The Soldiers of Fortune, and this seemed to be an appropriate day to announce that the first book in the series, The Heir’s Tale, is available for pre-order and will be released on 29th September, closely followed by the other three books in the series.
Four brothers – one battle that changes everything
When Ancelin Montfort returns to England with the body of his brother after the battle of Poitiers, his only thought is to see the woman he has loved since he was a boy. Unfortunately, she is his brother’s widow and he is already betrothed. The knowledge that he is now his father’s heir weighs heavily on Ancelin, and his intended wife is part of that burden.
Emma was betrothed to Ancelin shortly before he went to France. There has been no communication between them for almost two years and the man who has returned from war is not the cheerful man who left her.
Days before their wedding is due to take place, Ancelin comes to believe that Emma has betrayed him. He has a choice. Should he believe and marry the woman he loves or the woman his father has chosen as his wife?
The cover is the work of the amazing Cathy Helms from Avalon Graphics.