Tag: Kathryn Le Veque

The Iron Knight – Kathryn Le Veque

GOD, HE WAS so frozen he could hardly lift his hand. The battle at Bramham, which had first involved knights on horseback, was now a mass battle of men on foot, hand-to-hand combat in the middle of an icy moor, with snow falling and ice building up so fast that once a man had fallen, […]

The Highlander’s Hidden Heart – Kathryn Le Veque

It was a wind-swept day along the sea as the gulls cried overhead, riding the drafts. A storm was blowing in from the east and the vast and dark sea churned the waves until they shattered on the shore like broken glass. Braelaw Manor was situated near the sea. The sounds of the smashing waves […]

The Dark Lord’s First Christmas – Kathryn Le Veque

“Where are you going?” She was caught. Standing in the snowy kitchen yard on a cloudy day that was so cold even the ground itself was frozen, Lady Kellington Coleby de Velt paused as she heard her husband’s voice. She’d been trying to avoid him, and his men, by leaving through the postern gate in […]

The Centurion – Kathryn Le Veque

ALYX!” The only reply came from a hawk, riding the drafts high overhead. A man in armor drove his warhorse though the foliage of the forest, the dampness around him smelling of earth and mold. But he ignored the tang in his nostrils, his soft brown eyes roving the greenery that seemed to be cloying, […]

The Best is Yet To Be – Kathryn Le Veque

IT WAS A warm summer day at the end of August and the land around Castle Questing was green in places, golden in others. The spring and summer had been inordinately dry, which was unusual for these parts, resulting in some of the meadows turning shades of gold. It was particularly beautiful. On the hill […]

StormWolfe – Kathryn Le Veque

THEY WERE OUT to get him. He knew these walls. God, he knew them so well. He’d been born here and had grown up here until the time he’d gone to foster, so the old stone walls of Castle Questing were like being in the embrace of his mother or his father. The walls loved […]

Starless – Kathryn Le Veque

WİLLİAM MARSHAL HAD told them that Lady Cadelyn had a female bodyguard, he suspected who the woman was. “You are the bodyguard The Marshal told us of,” Kress de Rhydian said to the woman. “Susanna de Tiegh, is it?” Susanna nodded. “Aye, my lord.” “Where are you from?” “My father was Baron Coverdale of Aysgarth […]

Shield of Kronos – Kathryn Le Veque

IT İS A NİGHT made of diamonds, he thought. On a moonlit night like this, one could see the agelessness of the land, a primordial verve that implied a sense of passing through space and time and history. There was no present, no past, and no future – simply the moment at hand, a weightless […]

ShadowWolfe – Kathryn Le Veque

THUMP, THUMP, THUMP…. His heart was pounding so hard in his ears that the surging of blood through his veins was all he could hear. It was all he could feel. He’d been riding at a maddening pace since leaving Northwood Castle, several miles to the north, as he headed to the home of his […]

Reign of de Winter – Kathryn Le Veque

THE EVENİNG WAS still and hushed, the hour late. The sounds of the gentle waters of the Thames drifted over the moonlit houses, roofs, and avenues like the caressing soothe of a lullaby. Hardly a soul stirred on the dirty, dangerous streets. Even the Tower of London was bathed in nocturnal peace, a bastion normally […]

Realm of Angels – Kathryn Le Veque

HE DİDN’T KNOW where else to go. It had been an onset of an early winter this year and travel from the Continent had been difficult and slow. Snows had been heavy and deep, and the level of misery was beyond normal expectations. Coupled with the way he traveled these days… in shadow, his features […]

Nunnery Brides – Kathryn Le Veque

THE SHREWSBURY HORN had blared. “Dane! Behind you!” Sir Dane de Russe heard his brother’s cry, bending in with the plaintive cry of the battle horn, and he ducked low and tried to spin away from whatever was coming up behind him. But he wasn’t fast enough, nor was his body pressed low enough. A […]

Noble Line of de Nerra – Kathryn Le Veque

“CULLEN, I AM sure you realize that you are not going to Wales with the others.” “I have assumed as much, my lord.” “I have something very special planned for you.” “My lord?” In the rather bright and well-appointed solar of William Marshal’s favored country property, an enormous knight with blonde hair and dark eyes […]

Mercenaries and Maidens Bundle – Kathryn Le Veque

“LADY JOSEPHİNE! WATCH!” The warning came in the nick of time. Lady Josephine de Carron brought her heavy sword up with amazing speed and grace, stopping what would have surely been a deathblow from the avenging Dalmellington soldier. With a grunt, she dropped to the ground and rolled directly into the soldier’s legs, throwing him […]

Masters of Medieval Romance; Series Starters, Vol. 1 – Kathryn Le Veque

“QUEENİE? ARE YOU home?” A gray-haired man with a hand-hewn wooden cane opened the old door even as he pounded on it, raining rust from the old hinges onto the floor. The house in which the door was lodged was ancient by any standard, a squat farmhouse built from the pale gray stone that was […]

Love Never Dies; A Collection – Kathryn Le Veque

THE MOON HAD long since disappeared behind the gathering storm clouds. Smoking torches lit the muddied street, a dank avenue smelling of urine and sweat. Shouts could be heard in the distance as a figure in the shadows turned his head in the direction of the clamor, listening intently. Staying to the recesses, he moved […]

Lords of Ireland II Anthology – Kathryn Le Veque, Eliza Knight, Hildie McQueen, Anna Markland, Kimberly Cates, Miriam Minger

Leinster Coast, Wicklow County, Ireland March, 1323 A.D. THE İNVASİON HAD been a disaster from the beginning. Waves crashed and thunder rolled. The English never stood a chance as the vicious storm bashed them against the rocky Irish coast. More than that, an entire army of five thousand angry Irishmen had been waiting for them, […]

Leader of Titans – Kathryn Le Veque

SWEET, SİLKY, AND tender to the touch… But she tasted like stale ale. And the smell… well, he wasn’t a picky man at times when it came to bed partners, so he could stand it. At least long enough for him to get what he’d come for. “Do not make me wait,” the woman begged […]

Lasses, Lords, and Lovers – Kathryn Le Veque

AGAİNST THE BLACK of the moonless sky, the fires lingering from the siege could be seen. The last dying embers of the battle blended into the smoky haze that hung heavy in the air. All was oddly still as the inhabitants of the city returned to what was left of their homes; some were ravaged […]

Lady of the Moon – Kathryn Le Veque

Cambourne, Cornwall The Blackbottom Tavern “Across the ocean of turbulent tide, A heart that loved and was loved, Her beauty made of moonbeams and starlight, But her longing for home was….” Whack! The troubadour had come too close. A hand came up, fist balled, and slugged the hapless man right in the face. Song instantly […]

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