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Some Wonderful Reviews

I've recently found some spectacular reviews of The King's Tale and Promises and Lies at Good Reads and Shelfari. They really bring a smile to my heart!

The King's Tale

This was a wickedly intense read. There was so much heart-wrenching angst I had to put it down numerous times, walk away, and come back later. Which may be why it took me more than a few days to read. It is set back in the days when kings and queens ruled; where there were knights, peasants and noblemen. It was extremely well written and the dialogue throughout the book was consistently adjusted for the time era in which it is set....Read More.

Rowena Sudbury did an amazing job writing this historical romance. Life in the 11th-12th century is depicted accurately and it was like taking a trip back in time. We know of the time line since she used "hand-fast" to bind Christopher and Dafydd. The term is derived from the verb to handfast, used in Middle to Early Modern English for the making of a contract of marriage. Also references to King Henry I'm going to assume meant King Henry I of England. (3 August 1100 – 1 December 1135.) Mrs. Sudbury did her research and stayed true to her story...Read More.

Promises and Lies

Sean has spent his life evading commitment until he meets Jeff, an abused and parentless twenty-three year old. They are as different as night and day, yet similarly drawn together. Sean befriends the untrusting Jeff using a hobby that they have in common to entice him into his home…and his life. Taking their relationship slow, Sean nurtures Jeff being sensitive to his needs allowing their love to grow at a steady pace...Read More.

I hope everyone has a wonderful New Year. I don't think I'll be posting a New Year's story this year, because I want to use all my available writing time to work on my sequel for The King's Tale.