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11/16/2016

Book Hooked on Windmaster Task's End #MFRWHooks

Windmaster
(Book 1 of the Windmaster Novels



Prophecy decreed Ellspeth marry the Archmage. However, despite the attraction to him, Ellspeth’s heart fought the announced destiny. For to be with Lord Dal meant she had to take all that came with him, including magic. Love meant the loss of her ship and crew because to a mage the sea meant death.

Excerpt:
The millstream looked so inviting he dropped the makeshift towel and stripped off his shirt and breeches. Three steps took him into the cool water. Several quick splashes cooled his sweat-drenched skin and ran in rivulets down the muscles of his chest.


Olier’s stentorian yell disrupted the peacefulness of the swim. “Dal, you lazy beast. Get your bones in here. The syrup needs to be cooled.” Long strokes of Dal’s tanned arms brought him to the stream’s edge. Snatching up the towel, he dried off. His toss landed the makeshift towel on the knob protruding from the mill door.


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7 comments:

  1. Love novels set at sea, Helen. Good luck with this title!

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    1. Even though only part of the book stages place at sea (there is also a tropical island, a high-mountain village, and a cave refuge in a blizzard) writing the ship portions was a challenge for someone who doesn't like the deep blue. But I had 2 excellent references. And you can take the ship captain away from the sea, but you can't take the sea away from them. Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Thanks Helen for doing the Book Hooks hop. So much fun to learn about other authors books. Great cover by the way.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. The cover was by the talented Michelle Lee.

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  3. Love the excerpt and the blurb. The conflict the heroine faces sounds intriguing. Tweeted!

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