Tag Archives: medieval books
For The Heretic’s Daughter:
A medieval heiress faces church censorship to become a doctor but her biggest obstacle is the king’s insistence she marry a mercenary.
More in the series of Medieval Hair. Beautiful hair wraps. Her corset is lovely too. (Seen at the Texas Renaissance Festival.)
German, I think.
Since the Pleasures of Sin was available for free download for a few days last week the sales have taken off. It also received several new reviews, some flattering, some not so much. I love the controversy and the stark difference of opinion. Enjoy!
James of Montgomery received the prestigious K.I.S.S. (Knights In Shining Silver) Award from Romantic Times.
And he also received this award:
“this so-called hero was possibly the worst guy I have ever read about in all of the thousands of historical romance books I’ve read.”
Back on the blog. It’s been ages. That’s because I have been out been doing amazing and incredible and wondrous deeds like walking the dogs, cooking dinner and making sure my kid brushes his teeth. My life is glamorous. Truly. Now if my hair will just stop falling out and I loose the over 40 bulge then it’s all good. Except for those stray eyebrows that grow on my chin. Of course, if all this stuff doesn’t get straightened out… well… that’s why we now have photoshop–which I think is way better than botox because you don’t have to inject yourself with anything. Or do sit ups. Or have strangers in lab coats point at you with lasers.