|The Bastard Son|
MY VALENTINE GIFT TO YOU--February 13-17th!
The Bastard Son is FREE February 13 -17th! This will is the only time this book will ever be free.
One of my loves is writing about the American Revolution. I have used the American Revolution as the setting in two of my series, Winds of Betrayal and Winds of Change
.Winds of Change is set in Charleston as well as parts of Winds of Betrayal .Since the books are set during the same time period, some of the characters interact with each, especially in The Bastard Son.
If you have read Winds of Betrayal, you will know that the dramatic conclusion, Set Fire
to the Rain, is coming out in April. Given the fact that Set Fire to the Rain is set to be release and the interactions of Winds of Betrayal characters in The Bastard Son, The Bastard Son will be FREE February 13-17.
Know that The Bastard Son is a
standalone book. If you have never read any of my books ,you will still greatly enjoy this historical romance.
Enjoy! Happy Valentine's Day!
Sumner Meador walked in a world of wealth and privilege as part of Charles Town’s elite, but that was years ago. Now he fights in the Southern backwoods driven by the passion he holds for the Patriot cause, shadowed by his past. Reeling from a devastating defeat at the hands of the British, Sumner seeks haven at his farm, only to find an interloper—an unwelcome and unwanted distraction. He has no time for the young woman or the complications she brings with her, but soon discovers he has no option but to give aid to the stubborn, courageous beauty whether she wants it or not.
Jane Kilmer has been violently thrust into the midst of the civil war ensuing in the backwoods. Hiding from one of the most dangerous vigilantes, Jane trusts no one. Suddenly, she has no choice but to put her life in Sumner’s hands. Both desire revenge, but neither wants what happens—to fall completely, undeniably in love with each other. As the war rages around them, their love is put to the ultimate test. The question becomes not whether their love will survive, but will they.