Hello and welcome! It's launch day again! My medieval romance novelette, A Kiss at Vespers, is now available for sale.
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You can get it for Kindle on Amazon, on Kobo, or in any e-book format from the publisher, MuseItUp.
To get you in the mood for this eleventh-century tale, here are the ruins of an ancient Irish monastery:
Of course, with a title like A Kiss at Vespers, you can expect some monks. One of them was kind enough to drop by. (Don't worry, Brother Martinus in the story is much more classically handsome!)
And here's a blurb to tempt you:
A Kiss at Vespers
In 1008 AD, Dublin is just a small town, newly opened to trade now that Viking violence there has died down. A young woman named Asta runs away from her boring life in Britain on one of her father’s trading vessels bound for Dublin, hoping that she and the sailor she loves can find a new life together. But when shipwreck takes him from her, her whole world changes. She is helped up the rocky shores of eastern Ireland by handsome and enigmatic Brother Martinus, who takes her to the Monastery of St. Luran’s to recover. Despite his vows of silence and chastity, Brother Martinus is entranced by the beautiful maiden who seems delivered to him by Providence. Their unexpected relationship causes both of them to rethink their concepts of faith and love.
Would you like some cake? The book starts with a shipwreck, so here's a lovely shipwreck cake:
Don't forget to really help me celebrate by using those purchase links! You can get A KISS AT VESPERS for Kindle on Amazon, on Kobo, or in any e-book format from the publisher, MuseItUp. (Barnes & Noble coming soon...)
Thanks for stopping by!