Thursday, 20 January 2022

Have a sneak-peek between the covers of Nadine Kampen fabulous #NewRelease - The Brantford Wagers #HistoricalRomance @cookiebuxton

 



The Brantford Wagers

By Nadine Kampen



Publication Date: January 20, 2022
Publisher: Birdsgate Publishing
Softcover Pdf Page Length: 358
eBook Length: 106K words
Genre: Fiction / Historical / Romance / Regency (traditional)

Is Clara Vincent ready to risk it all for love?

Clara Vincent is “the artful dodger” when it comes to marriage, especially when her father is bent on match-making. Will her attitude change when she meets two eligible suitors and is drawn into the lives of intensely competitive families? Clara falls unexpectedly in love, but when fortunes are reversed and relationships up-ended, she needs to decide whether to trust James Brantford, who is seeking retribution, or accept the love of the man everyone else believes is her ideal match. 

As the Brantford wagers unfold and lay bare the history of past relationships, will Clara be able to learn the truth and finally follow her heart?

Author NADINE KAMPEN immerses the reader into the fictional world of historical romance and offers a fresh voice for fans of traditional Regency romances.

The Brantford Wagers, the first novel in "The Brantford Series," shares the antics and intrigue of characters set in the United Kingdom's memorable Regency era. In the fall of 1813, with war underway on land and sea in Europe, North America, and other distant shores, families and friends at home in England face their own daunting challenges and find plenty of excitement and romance in their daily lives.




Chapter 6, Meeting at the River 

Clara walked for close to an hour. Stopping on a small rise, she could hear dogs baying and saw a group of riders on a distant ridge. She felt a keen sense of pleasure. The air was fresh, the ground damp and sweet smelling. Her steps quickened as she followed a well-used path down to the river. Fatigue of the past few days fell away. Lifting the dress to keep it clean, Clara ran at an easy pace down the slope. She arrived at an old footbridge and moved towards the middle. Pausing, she leaned over the wooden rail and watched the clear water flowing rapidly beneath her. She closed her eyes, letting the morning sun bathe her skin.

Clara was surprised to hear a sweet voice calling out. She turned to see a young child standing on the opposite bank, further along, and quite alone. Clara watched with interest as the little girl danced around one of the shrubs and then spoke in the direction of the thicket.

‘There you are! Come out, come out!’ she cried in a coaxing voice that carried easily to Clara. The child, crouching down and peering into the underbrush, had fixed her gaze upon a wild-eyed fox, evident as well to Clara from her position.

‘I shan’t hurt you,’ the girl promised, stretching her hand out towards the creature.

Movement by the child and nearby rustling startled the fox. Clara heard a sudden crashing sound. In an instant, the fox dashed away. Two large hounds broke through into the clearing and the little girl, trying to get out of the way, plummeted off the bank. Clara, her heart pounding as she heard the child scream, raced off the bridge and ran along the embankment towards where the child fell. The river, full from yesterday’s heavy rain, carried the child’s body outwards and downstream. Despite the strong current, the little girl managed to keep her grip on a protruding branch. She was on her stomach one minute and flipped to her back the next by the fast-flowing water.

Clara struggled to find a branch to brace her feet against and something to hold on to along the muddy embankment. Clutching at tree roots on the riverbank with one hand, she slid down the bank and grabbed the small girl’s tiny wrist. Digging her boots into the wet earth, Clara pulled the child out of the water and lifted her to safety.

The two of them collapsed onto the bank. The sputtering child lay exhausted in Clara’s arms. It was only for a matter of seconds that they were lying thus when a man rode into the clearing just a few feet from where they lay. His horse, to avoid trampling on the pair, reared above them. Scrambling to her knees to pull the child out from under the horse, Clara had the misfortune to then slide backwards off the ledge, falling into the water in much the same manner as the child had done not long before. She struggled for a few moments, then wedged one foot into the crux of an underwater branch, grabbed an exposed root on the bank, and tried to haul herself forward. With one foot still without a foothold, she dug her free hand in the mud and grass for a grip of anything secure.

Mr James Brantford, the man on the horse, the eldest son of Oliver Brantford, the intended husband for every young woman in the district, and the man so eagerly expected at the Drinscol gathering tomorrow evening, was fortunately an agile man and owner of a muscled frame. He was also, thankfully, quick thinking and decisive. He immediately dismounted, climbed part way down the bank, caught hold of Clara’s wrist, and pulled Clara to solid ground. Positioning himself opposite his horse and holding Clara tightly to his chest for the moment, he manoeuvred in such a way as to impede the child’s attempted dash into the woods.

‘Stay right where you are and do not move,’ the man said sternly to the little girl.

Clara, startled by his tone, but seeing that the child was safe, broke free of his grip and looked ruefully down at Mrs Simpson’s dress and assessed the damage. She was, during this time, too preoccupied to see what looks she had earned for herself.

Mr Brantford stared in confusion at the unusual figure before him, taking in her appearance from tousled head to muddy toe. How was he to piece the images into a cohesive whole? Here stood a woman of remarkable composure, in these interesting circumstances, with a fine figure, he was easily able to judge, and rather good looks. And what a picture she made. Her items of clothing were extremely ill-fitted. The wet dress was wildly askew, and the woman’s petticoat was sliding down over the tip of one of her boots. The boots, he decided, were of excellent construction, of a kind his sister wore, and vaguely familiar. As for the lady herself, she was wet, smeared with mud, and her auburn hair curled wildly around her face. The child edged towards her. As Clara clasped the little girl’s limp hand, she started to slip backwards again.

Mr Brantford reached out and pulled her towards him, worried that she and the child might both slip again. Frustrated, she raised her dark eyes to him and said, ‘You may release hold of me. I can stand perfectly well by myself.’

‘I have yet to see it, but as you wish,’ he replied. Reluctantly, he let go of her, and found himself intrigued by the tone of authority in her voice.



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In her début novel, The Brantford Wagers, Nadine Kampen draws on her passion for stories that bring a smile and warm the hearts of the reader. The author immerses the reader in the fictional world of traditional historical romance, set in the memorable Regency England period, sharing the hopes, schemes, and antics of her characters. 

Prior to her career as an author, Nadine served as a regional marketing manager with an international consulting firm and as a communications and marketing director on university campuses. Earlier in her career, she worked in public relations and journalism, and was co-author and project lead for five non-fiction books comprising The Canadian Breast Cancer Series, published in 1989.

A resident of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada, Nadine loves relaxing with family and friends, reading and walking, playing tunes on her 1905 Bell piano, and gardening. 

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Tuesday, 18 January 2022

Blog Tour: The Last King (The Ninth Century, Book 1) by M J Porter #TheLastKing #TheNinthCentury #SonofMercia #HistoricalFiction #HistoricalThriller #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub @coloursofunison


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The Last King
(The Ninth Century, Book 1) 
By M J Porter


March 14th – 18th 2022

Publication Date: 23rd April 2020
Publisher: M J Publishing
Page Length: 338 Pages
Genre: Historical Fiction/Historical Thrillers

From author MJ Porter comes a thrilling new hero.

They sent three hundred warriors to kill one man. It wasn’t enough.

Mercia lies broken but not beaten, her alliance with Wessex in tatters.

Coelwulf, a fierce and bloody warrior, hears whispers that Mercia has been betrayed from his home in the west. He fears no man, especially not the Vikings sent to hunt him down.

To discover the truth of the rumours he hears, Coelwulf must travel to the heart of Mercia, and what he finds there will determine the fate of Mercia, as well as his own.

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MJ Porter is the author of many historical novels set predominantly in Seventh to Eleventh-Century England, and in Viking Age Denmark. Raised in the shadow of a building that was believed to house the bones of long-dead Kings of Mercia, meant that the author's writing destiny was set. MJ Porter has also written two twentieth-century mysteries.


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March 14th
The Coffee Pot Book Club
Judith Arnopp’s Official Blog
The Historical Fiction Company
Mary’s Tavern

March 15th
Let Your Words Shine…
Elizabeth St.John’s Official Blog
Let Us Talk of Many Things
When Angels Fly

March 16th
The Writing Desk
Paul Walker’s Official Blog
The Historical Fiction Blog
Amy Maroney’s Official Blog

March 17th
Catherine Meyrick’s Official Blog
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March 18th
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Blog Tour: Secrets of Rosenli Manor (Mysteries of the Modern Ladies’ Society, Book 1) by Heidi Eljarbo #HistoricalFiction #HistoricalMystery #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub @HeidiEljarbo


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Secrets of Rosenli Manor
(Mysteries of the Modern Ladies’ Society, Book 1)
By Heidi Eljarbo



April 4th – 8th 2022

Publication Date: 29th March 2022
Publisher: Independently Published
Page Length: 160 Pages
Genre: Historical Fiction / Historical Mystery

Betrayal and trust go hand in hand in the first book of Heidi Eljarbo’s new turn-of-the-century series.

It’s 1898, and Lilly has spent most of her life motherless and living with a father who never looks for a silver lining. When her great-aunt Agatha passes, Lilly’s existence takes a drastic turn. She packs her few belongings and moves into the old lady’s magnificent estate, Rosenli Manor.

In the days that follow, Lilly tries to understand who Agatha really was, and hidden secrets slowly rise to the surface. Her great-aunt’s glamorous legacy is not quite what Lilly had imagined. She must trust in newly forged friendships, and to her surprise, she discovers what it means to truly fall in love. But not everyone is happy about the new mistress of Rosenli.

Intrigue, mystery, and a touch of romance in the Norwegian countryside fill the pages of Secrets of Rosenli Manor.


Heidi Eljarbo


Heidi Eljarbo is the bestselling author of historical fiction and mysteries filled with courageous and good characters that are easy to love and others you don't want to go near.


Heidi grew up in a home filled with books and artwork and she never truly imagined she would do anything other than write and paint. She studied art, languages, and history, all of which have come in handy when working as an author, magazine journalist, and painter.


After living in Canada, six US states, Japan, Switzerland, and Austria, Heidi now calls Norway home. She and her husband have a total of nine children, thirteen grandchildren—so far—in addition to a bouncy Wheaten Terrier.


Their favorite retreat is a mountain cabin, where they hike in the summertime and ski the vast, white terrain during winter.


Heidi’s favorites are family, God's beautiful nature, and the word whimsical.


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Monday, 17 January 2022

Blog Tour: When The Mermaid Sings (A prequel story to The Sea Witch Voyages) by Helen Hollick #MermaidSings #HistoricalFantasy #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub @HelenHollick


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When The Mermaid Sings
(A prequel story to The Sea Witch Voyages)
By Helen Hollick


April 11th – 15th 2022

Publication Date: 21st June 2021
Publisher: Taw River Press
Page Length: 190 Pages
Genre: Historical/Nautical Fantasy

A prequel short read story to the Sea Witch Voyages of Captain Jesamiah Acorne

When the only choice is to run, where do you run to?
When the only sound is the song of the sea, do you listen?
Or do you drown in the embrace of a mermaid?

Throughout childhood, Jesamiah Mereno has suffered the bullying of his elder half-brother. Then, not quite fifteen years old, and on the day they bury their father, Jesamiah hits back. In consequence, he flees his Virginia home, changes his name to Jesamiah Acorne, and joins the crew of his father’s seafaring friend, Captain Malachias Taylor, aboard the privateer, Mermaid.

He makes enemies, sees the ghost of his father, wonders who is the Cornish girl he hears in his mind – and tries to avoid the beguiling lure of a sensuous mermaid...

An early coming-of-age tale of the young Jesamiah Acorne, set in the years before he becomes a pirate and Captain of the Sea Witch.

Praise:

“Ms Hollick has skillfully picked up the threads that she alludes to in the main books and knitted them together to create a Jesamiah that we really didn't know.” Richard Tearle senior reviewer, Discovering Diamonds

“Captain Jesamiah Acorne is as charming a scoundrel as a fictional pirate should be. A resourceful competitor to Captain Jack Sparrow!” Antoine Vanner author

“Helen Hollick has given us the answer to that intriguing question that Jesamiah fans have been aching for – how did he start his sea-going career as a pirate?” Alison Morton, author

“I really enjoyed the insight offered into Jesamiah's backstory, and found the depiction of our teenage hero very moving.” Anna Belfrage, author

“I loved this little addendum to the Jesamiah series. I always had a soft spot for the Lorelei stories and enjoyed that the author cleverly brought her over from the Rhine valley to fit into the story.” Amazon Reviewer


Helen Hollick


First published in 1994, Helen became a USA Today Bestseller with her historical novel, The Forever Queen (titled A Hollow Crown in the UK) with the sequel, Harold the King (US: I Am The Chosen King) being novels that explore the events that led to the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Her Pendragon’s Banner Trilogy is a fifth-century version of the Arthurian legend, and she writes a nautical adventure/fantasy series, The Sea Witch Voyages. She is now branching out into the quick read novella, 'Cosy Mystery' genre with her new venture, the Jan Christopher Murder Mysteries, set in the 1970s, with the first in the series, A Mirror Murder incorporating her, often hilarious, memories of working as a library assistant.


Her non-fiction books are Pirates: Truth and Tales and Life of A Smuggler. She lives in an eighteenth-century farmhouse in North Devon, runs Discovering Diamonds, a review blog for historical fiction, and occasionally gets time to write... 


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Check out Donovan Cook's fabulous novel – Raid of the Wolves (Ormstunga Saga, Book 2) #HistoricalFiction @DonovanCook20


Raid of the Wolves 
(Ormstunga Saga, Book 2)
By Donovan Cook


Publication Date: 15th November 2021
Publisher: Independently Published
Page Length: 362 Pages
Genre: Historical Fiction

The only thing that kept him going were the voices of his ancestors, screaming for blood...

Ulf and his shield brothers are sent on a raid against an old enemy — Francia, a mighty kingdom to the south, now ravaged by civil war. During the perilous sea voyage, Ulf can only focus on one thing. He demands closure: to find the man who slaughtered his family — Griml. 

A hidden enemy stalks Ulf and his warriors through Francia, striking mercilessly when they least expect it. Soon the hunters become the hunted. The Norse warriors must make the ultimate choice between defying the king or angering the gods. Both could end in fury.

But there is another threat lurking in the shadows. One that Ulf could never anticipate.

Ulf is not the only one who wants vengeance.


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Even as a young child, Donovan loved reading stories about Vikings and other medieval warriors fighting to defend their homeland or raiding in distant lands. He would often be found running around outside with nothing other than a wooden sword and his imagination. 

Now older, he spends his time writing about them. His novels come from his fascination with the Viking world and Norse Mythology and he hopes that you will enjoy exploring this world as much as he did writing about it.

Born in South Africa but raised in England, Donovan currently lives in Moscow, Russia with his wife and their French Bulldog, where he works as an English tutor. When he is not teaching or writing, he can be found reading, watching rugby, or working on DIY projects. Being born in South Africa, he is a massive Springboks fan and never misses a match.

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Have a sneak-peek between the covers of Griffin Brady's fabulous novel - The Heart of a Hussar (The Winged Warrior Series, Book 1) by Griffin Brady #HistoricalFiction #PolishWingedHussars #BlogTour @griffbrady

 



The Heart of a Hussar 
(The Winged Warrior Series, Book 1)
By Griffin Brady



Publication Date: 12th September 2020
Publisher: Trefoil Publishing
Page Length: 434 Pages
Genre: Historical Fiction

Poland is at war. He must choose between his lifelong ambition and his heart.

Exploiting Muscovy’s Time of Troubles, Poland has invaded the chaotic country. Twenty-two-year-old Jacek Dąbrowski is an honorable, ferocious warrior in a company of winged hussars—an unrivaled, lethal cavalry. When his lieutenant dies in battle, Jacek is promoted to replace him, against the wishes of his superior, Mateusz, who now has more reason to eliminate him. 

Jacek dedicates his life to gaining the king’s recognition and manor lands of his own. Consequently, he closely guards his heart, avoiding lasting romantic entanglements. Unscathed on the battlefield, undefeated in tournaments, and adored by women eager to share his bed, Jacek has never lost at anything he sets out to conquer. So when he charges toward his goals, he believes nothing stands in his way. 

Upon his return from battle, Jacek deviates from his ordinarily unemotional mindset and rescues enemy siblings, fifteen-year-old Oliwia and her younger brother, Filip, from their devastated Muscovite village. His act of mercy sets into motion unstoppable consequences that ripple through his well-ordered life for years to come—and causes him to irretrievably lose his heart. 

Oliwia has her own single-minded drive: to protect her young brother. Her determination and self-sacrifice lead her to adopt a new country, a new religion, and a new way of life. But it’s not the first time the resilient beauty has had to remake herself, for she is not what she appears to be.
 
As Jacek battles the Muscovites and Tatars threatening Poland’s borders for months at a time, Oliwia is groomed for a purpose concealed from her. All the while, Mateusz’s treachery and a mysterious enemy looming on the horizon threaten to destroy everything Jacek holds dear.



As Jacek reseated his blades, he glanced at the boy and girl. Whether it was the light or some other trick of the eye, he couldn’t say, but for a moment he saw his sister in the bend of the girl’s head and the delicate curve of her shoulder. But that couldn’t be so, if for no other reason than his beloved sister had died years ago. A familiar, unwelcome pang of guilt stabbed him, and he immediately buried it.

“What of them, Commander?” He tilted his chin at the children.

“We cannot bring them with us,” countered Eryk.

Jacek looked around the leveled settlement. “There is nothing left here.” He had no idea why it mattered; they were the enemy, after all.

“You understand I did not actually intend taking her as plunder.” Eryk darted his gaze to the girl on her knees in the dirt.

“I do, yes,” Jacek replied evenly. He waited.

Eryk sighed and walked his horse toward them. The girl, who had grown silent when her strangling breaths abated, wrapped her arms around the boy.

“Please!” she implored in Polish. “I will go with you, but please do not hurt him!”

Eryk leaned over his horse’s neck and murmured, “Where is your family, girl?”

She glanced over her shoulder at the two bodies in the doorway.

“All dead, then?”

She nodded as she looked back up at him, meeting him squarely with dry eyes.

He straightened, backed up, and nodded at Jacek. “Get the girl.” He swung toward Henryk. “Bring the boy.”

Henryk deftly dismounted, seized the youngster, tucking him under his arm, remounted, and secured the child before him. The snuffling boy twisted, but his efforts were for naught.

The girl lifted her face as Jacek approached. He was struck by fear-filled light eyes in featureless, dirt-smeared skin; flashes of porcelain peeked from the stripes of filth. He was also struck by the fact that she pulled herself up, clenched her fists at her sides, firmed her trembling chin, and glared at him. Her fright now masked by audacity, he realized she was not a girl, after all—not yet a fully bloomed woman, but she soon would be. If she lived that long.

Her bravado crumbled as the boy renewed his weak struggles.

“We will not harm either of you, but you cannot stay here.” Jacek extended his hand. “Vyatov is in ruins, and your people have either fled or been killed. Come.”

*

Oliwia held her ground and peered up at the hulking, metal-clad warrior defiantly, belying the fear rippling through her body. She could have been looking into the face of an angel of death, but she willed her spine and legs to keep her upright. Then she noticed something out of place when taken with his fierce appearance. Though his feathered helm encased most of his face and obscured his features, sympathetic deep blue eyes fixed on her from either side of his broad nose guard. With his hand held out, palm up, he beckoned her to accept his offer.

“There is nothing for you here but death. Or worse. Come,” he urged.

She glanced back at her brother, who had calmed in the other soldier’s saddle. Shuffling her feet, she reached out a hesitant hand to the man on the combat horse. He leaned down and wrapped his arm around her waist, the metal of his arm guard digging into her hip as he hoisted her in front of him. Something hard rested against each of her knees, and her eyes fell on pistol butts protruding from red leather pouches on either side of the saddle. Behind her, the cold, unforgiving metal of his breastplate pushed against her shoulder blades. The odor of a man hard at work—but strange and different from anything she knew—wafted over her. Though she tried, she could not suppress a shudder. She scanned the group of grimy, grim-faced warriors, then darted her eyes to her brother once more.

You must stay strong for Filip, Oliwia. Stay strong.

Yes, Mother, I promise I will.

The lord—their commander—signaled with his raised forearm, and the riders fell in behind him in an orderly column. The pillagers had long scattered, and the village was empty and wholly ablaze. The heat of the flames brushed her cheek as they engulfed the scattered buildings one by one, like a great slithering beast devouring one carcass after another. As the riotous conflagration claimed structures, so did it claim bodies in its path, and she covered her nose.

The lord led them away with a shout. “Let’s put this stench and madness behind us before it catches us up in it!” Soon little would remain of her home but char and ash. She swiped at a wayward tear.

In the blink of an eye, her life, everything she knew, had been erased.

Again.



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Griffin Brady is a historical fiction author with a keen interest in the Polish Winged Hussars of the 16th and 17th centuries. She is a member of the Historical Novel Society and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. The Heart of a Hussar took third place in the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ 2018 Colorado Gold Contest and was a finalist in the Northern Colorado Writers’ 2017 Top of the Mountain Award.

The proud mother three grown sons, she lives in Colorado with her husband. She is also an award-winning, Amazon bestselling romance author who writes under the pen name G.K. Brady.

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Sunday, 16 January 2022

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Saturday, 15 January 2022

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