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Coming Soon!

This is going to be a pretty short post because the day job is killing me! I'd like to share my blurb and a little inspiration from my upcoming TEB release, Mist and Stone.

Arthurian Legend has been a passion of mine since I was a child. In addition to Winnie the Pooh, my mom told us stories of the Greek gods and goddesses and tales of King Arthur's court. I was completely enamoured with them and the fascination has never faded.

Mist and Stone is one of the stories in the Brits in Time anthology that will be releasing from TEB on November 17th. Included in the anthology are stories by Brynn Paulin, Cindy Spencer Pape, Aurora Rose Lynn, Saskia Walker and Lisabet Sarai.

Here's the blurb for Mist and Stone and a couple of pictures that have inspired me while writing this story.

Knight of the Round Table, Sir Gareth of Orkney has fought for Arthur and Britain for years. Now he is called to serve his king and his country in a way he never anticipated. King Arthur and the Lady of the Lake have resurrected the ritual of Beltane and Gareth is expected to oversee the rite. His ability to perform his duty is tested when he discovers the identity of the maiden chosen for the sacred ritual. He wants her for his own and balks at having to select a man to perform the ceremony with her.

Willow, an initiate of Avalon, accompanies the High Priestess to Camelot. She never imagined she’d find the man who had sparked her fascination as a child. More disturbing is the realisation that her childhood adoration has grown into something deeper, more sexual. However, duty to Avalon forces her to sacrifice herself to another man in the upcoming Beltane ritual.

Can the fragile blossom of love survive the rite of spring or will it be crushed beneath the yoke of honour and duty?


Lisabet Sarai said...

Sounds like a wonderful story, Bronwyn! I've always loved the Arthurian legends, too!

Molly Daniels said...

Sounds like another winner, Bron:) Love the pic of Stonehenge!

Anny Cook said...

Well, I'm anxious to see how you work that out!

Ashley Ladd said...

Congrats on the new anthology. I can't wait for November.

Kim Dare said...

Sounds like a great story, Bronwyn. You really can't beat the Celtic myths for inspiration.