3/20/2018

Hooked on Windmaster, An Enemy Engaged #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 air tingled with Bashim’s presence three heartbeats before his raspy voice reached her. The warning was so subtle, if her senses had not been in battle mode, she would have missed the advance notice. “Greetings, Ellspeth, my little wizardling.”
 

Her pulse froze. Bashim knew her name.
 

The air thickened into the specter of a man. His dark hair curled tight around his head, and his cloak blew in the breeze. Except for the gaunt look around his eyes, he appeared little different from the sketch Dal showed her on the Sea Falcon.
 

“You should not have killed my brother,” Bashim chastised. “However, I forgive you. You will be a much better companion than him. You already know the price if you refuse me."


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Windmaster - published by BWL Publishing
 

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10 comments:

  1. I'm hooked on THIS book, Helen. Fascinating ideas here.

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    1. Glad the excerpt resonated. Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Well now that is just ominous! Wow...

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  3. I enjoyed this book and will probably read it again.

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    1. Janet builds interesting worlds I looking forward to visiting.

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    1. The world in which the Windmaster Novels are set provided me with some great settings. Then I had to make the characters and actions worthy of them. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Neat. Bashim seems like a very formidable foe.

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    1. I had fun writing his demise. But he refused to cooperate.

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