Genre: Historical/Time-Travel Erotic Romance
Publisher: Mojocastle Press
Date of Publication: August 25, 2013
Number of pages: 312
Word Count: 81,874
Cover Artist: Patricia Dittman
A Knight bred in the blood of battle…
Damon DeGracey is the Dragon of Blackmoor. Darkly mysterious, a cunning tactician of war, and William the Conqueror’s fiercest knight, he is a warrior any King would gladly claim as his champion. In a land awash in bloodshed and treachery, the Dragon must hunt and slay those responsible for the murder of his family while trying to keep the rebels from overthrowing the newly crowned King’s throne.
A sword forged in mystery…
Its ancient etchings and flame red stone draw Anthropologist, Gabriella DeVoux like a moth to a dragon’s fierce blaze. Its secrets she must know…its master’s hand she unwittingly craves. Will history yield to her its secrets or will the Dragon elude her in time’s lost pages?
A love that time cannot destroy…
Now that he’s found her, he will stop at nothing to have her – to keep her. And she will do anything to keep him safe. In these dark times an even darker treachery abounds. Will their love survive the hands of fate?
Author K.A. M’Lady lives a few stone throws from corn fields, chaos and congestion; all lying on the outskirts of the many burbs of Chicago. KA M’lady spends her days calculating life expectancies, mortality and the certainty of death and taxes while in her free time the dead wander freely, buy shoes, homes, the occasional odd business or two and, if you even think of charging them too much in taxes…well, let’s just say the tax man may never come back.
But if he does he might just shamble a bit. An All Romance eBooks bestselling author, K.A. M’lady’s work has been described as scary, descriptive, beautiful, dark, frightening, addictive, sexy and believable. She loves to read paranormal romances, watching horror movies, westerns on Sundays with her husband, playing fetch with her pocket beagle, Chevy and buying weird shoes. Her friends call her eccentric, her family refuses to comment.
She’s been lost in the world of fiction since she was a small child, and frankly, never wants to be found—at least not any time soon. “Myth and magic builds dreams and inspirations – and in an insane world, it is our dreams that spark the revolution of change. No matter which world is being conquered. Within our dreams – all things are possible.”
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With every story an author writes, we choose a setting, a time, a special place in the universe within which to place our characters; be it modern day, the Roman Empire or, my personal favorite – medieval times.
However, one must always be carefully selective in our choices. Pack too lightly and you’ll be running around the coast of Kent naked with a mad army of marauding knights hot on your trail. Pack too much and you’re suddenly the crazy bag lady at the RenFaire – five skirts whirling, arms akimbo, and a few teeth short of proper bridge work. The trolls might be impressed but a waiting lady you might remain.
As with any trip, you must always remember to pack accordingly and prepare for the ride ahead. It’s not just a trip across the pond that you’re characters are taking; there are customs to contemplate. Dress codes and means of travel to be taken into consideration. Even the event of eating can be a course in the archaic as it no longer remains just the mundane affair of fueling the body.
Then of course, there are the knights themselves…and oh, how we love our knights! Be they big and brawny, unruly, broken, growly, cantankerous and swoon-worthy. By their sheer force of will and stamina, the pure Alpha males that they are, we swoon at their first sighting, we quake at the mention of their name and we moan for their touch. Yes, it is the embodiment of all that they represent in their armor and out of it that sets our hearts aflame. Whether they’re on their fierce steeds, or they’re saving the world and capturing the maidens, it is their history, their vigor and their chivalry that captivates us and captures our hearts and our imaginations.
So, come, take a walk with me through time into the Black Forest where men were dragons and hungry for more than adventure.
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