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#Medieval Monday ~ A Struggle in BELEAGUERED


Welcome to Medieval Monday and week 10 of our ongoing "Villain" theme. Joining me in the Tavern is the talented, Jenna Jaxon! She's sharing a snippet from her story, Beleaguered. Enjoy!

Excerpt from Beleaguered ~

Guy drew his sword. “Seigneur, it is my most earnest desire.”

Alyse stepped out from behind Geoffrey. “I do not care, Guy, what law you or my father care to claim.”

“Alyse, get back.” He tried to push her behind him and got an elbow in his ribs.

“I tell you both I will marry no man but Geoffrey Longford. And if he dies, I will die with him.” Guy laughed, and Alyse stamped her foot. “I will do it, I swear my oath, I will.”

Next week I’m at Ashley York’s blog. http://www.ashleyyorkauthor.com

Blurb ~

When death holds sway in the world, can even the greatest love survive?

Finally in France, Alyse and Thomas’s passion for one another continues to smolder hot and deep—until one fateful encounter changes everything.

During a formal banquet, Alyse must share an intimate dance her first love. His searing touch proves Alyse’s desire for him is as strong as when they first met. Tormented by this revelation, Alyse is bitterly torn between the love of her life and her love for her husband.

Into this agonizing situation, the disaster of the Black Death rears its head. Alyse, Thomas and Geoffrey must try to save the princess from the ravening disease but at a dire cost to themselves. With her world plunged into chaos, Alyse struggles with her feelings for both of the men she loves. But which love will survive?

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