Welcome to Medieval Monday! We continue with our ongoing theme of "Author's Choice," and I'm delighted to have the fabulous Elisabeth Hobbes as my guest today. She's sharing a snippet from her book, Redeeming the Rogue Knight. Enjoy!
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Excerpt from Redeeming the Rogue Knight:
‘You’d have paid if you thought that might allow you to wet your staff, you just admitted it. How many women like me have you swived in your time? How many do you think wanted to be doing it? Did you ever stop to wonder why they took your money?’
‘I rarely had to pay them.’
‘Not in coins, perhaps,’ Lucy muttered.
Roger thought of the women in his past. Kitty, the maid at Lord Harpur’s house, even Joanna who he had never persuaded to do more than kiss and fumble, to say nothing of the handful of women he could barely even remember.
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Blurb from Redeeming the Rogue Knight:
The spy who sought refuge... When injured spy Sir Roger Danby comes asking for shelter at her inn, Lucy Carew is wary. He may be strikingly handsome, but the disgraced single mother has learned the hard way with men like him. Against her better judgment, she gives him refuge. Sir Roger has never been at the mercy of a woman before, and he's never met one as mysterious and bewitching as Lucy. He hasn't come looking for redemption, but Lucy is a woman who could reach in and touch his closely guarded heart...