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A Cover, A Blurb, And A Lady. Windmaster Legend #mfrwauthor #mfrwhook

A forbidden love. An impossible quest. The accusation of witchcraft. Can love survive?


Today’s hook isn’t a snippet, but rather a cover reveal and a blurb reveal for Windmaster Legend, my upcoming March fantasy romance release.

First the Blurb:

Fate conspired to keep Iol and Pelra apart. Friendship is allowed between members of competing trading houses, but nothing more. He loves the sea and wants his own ship. She hates the deep blue and has worked too hard to allow her dreams to be sidetracked by the lure of magic.

Despite a beautiful woman on his arm every night, Leod wanted the one he couldn’t have—Pelra. His kin on the ruling council did more than put him on the fast track to his own ship. It provided him the power to fulfill his desires, or to ruin those who refused him. Not even the water gods can protect Iol and Pelra from Leod, or their fate as star-crossed lovers.

Exiled to distant posts, given impossible challenges, and subject to Leod’s machinations, Iol and Pelra only have the hope of a future together to sustain them. But can their love survive the accusation of witchcraft?

Now the Cover.

Without further fanfare, I present Lady Pelra of the House of Pirri. A talented musician, leader of wagon trains, and skilled in trading and contracts.

Buy Links: 

Paperback: Amazon / Amazon UK / Barnes&Noble 
Ebook: Amazon / Amazon UK / Amazon CABarnes&Noble  / Smashwords  / Books2Read
IOS & Android

Next week, more on the star-crossed lovers, Pelra and Iol.

~till next time, Helen


  1. Sounds like another great read. Can't wait.

    1. It's a little change of pace from the other Windmaster Novels. It has less magic and no swordplay but still brings the fantasy to life.

  2. Paranormal, fantasy, or historical type of romance?

    1. The Windmaster Novels as a series blends varying degrees of paranormal, sword and sorcery, historical-based settings, romance, and fantasy. So the answer is Yes.

  3. These two have more impediments to love than most. Hen House's comment made me think, though. Neither the blurb nor the cover clearly spells out the book's subgenre.


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