Monthly Archive: December 2014

Dec 24

Christmas in Captivity

Season’s Greetings to all my readers, friends and colleagues. The heroine of Conquering Passion, a Norman Countess, is forced to spend Yuletide in captivity after being kidnapped and held for ransom by Welsh rebels. Her children (Robert and Baudoin) and two servants share her imprisonment in a remote mountain fortress. Here’s an excerpt: “At the Winter …

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Dec 17

Eliza Knight’s Scottish Adventure

It’s a treat to welcome Eliza Knight to my blog. Hello everyone! And many thanks to Anna for inviting me to blog with you today. I write Scottish romance in several different time periods—ancient Scotland, the Braveheart era and the 16th century. I’ve been lucky enough to travel to Scotland the past two years to …

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Dec 10

A Merry Medieval Christmas by Claire Delacroix

I’m delighted to welcome multi-published author and fellow Canadian, Claire Delacroix. What better time to whisk us back in time to enjoy a medieval Christmas. Great to be here, Anna. A medieval Christmas is just about irresistible to me, and I find myself writing quite a number of festive seasons in my books. What better time …

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Dec 03

Joan of Arc… and the Beast that Befriended Her by Kathryn Le Veque

It’s my great pleasure to welcome multi-published author, Kathryn Le Veque. I’ve collaborated with Kathryn on several boxed sets and her enthusiasm and drive always contribute greatly to the success of these projects. Not to mention the wonderful stories she writes! Great to be here, Anna. My title sounds weird, right? Kind of a ‘let’s eat hot …

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