I hope every one had a great Valentine’s Day. I wanted to share a picture of my flowers. You can’t get much better than this.
PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY – “Brenda Jernigan warmhearted CHRISTMAS IN CAMELOT, involving an unconventional Christmas gift and an unusual wager, contains equal parts romance, adventure and holiday magic.”
The Greatest Gifts . . . Are always unexpected . . .
There was a king – King Arthur of Camelot
There was a knight – Sir Nicholas the Dragon
Lady Noelle has no intention of marrying just to save her family’s castle. She feels nothing for Sir Gavin, the man who will become her husband on Christmas Day. Then she spies Camelot’s newest knight, the notorious Sir Nicholas the Dragon, a champion as renowned for his prowess in the beds of Camelot’s maidens as for his skill in battle. Noelle’s heart has found the man she longs for, even as her hand is promised to another.
Sir Nicholas’s only loyalty is to his king, whose orders are clear. He is to fend off the enemy besieging Noelle’s castle and bring the lady safely back to Camelot for her wedding day. But spending time with the proud beauty awakens an irresistible hunger in him Now, as desire does battle with duty, Nicholas has only two choices — to surrender the woman he loves to another man or fight to the end to make her his own.
It’s time for Fall. Don’t you love all the color that Fall brings? I thought I’d share a few pictures that I found for season.
They were misfits that no one wanted. Watch how they come together to become a family against all odds. If you love Julie Garwood’s “For the Roses”, I think you will enjoy The Misfits.
The Misfit series. The author, somehow, was able to make me care for all the characters throughout the entire trilogy. Each book is a stand-alone story, but if you read all three you will see just how brightly the writing talent of Brenda Jernigan shines! Past characters, such as Thunder, return for an encore. Be warned that there is a lot of adventure in the fast paced novel, so do not begin reading until you have plenty of time with no interruptions. Unputdownable! Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.