Hello Delighted Readers!
We are tickled to showcase what looks like an exciting time travel romance full of magic and mayhem for an exciting pair in Ruth A. Casie’s Knight of Runes.
Let’s see what it’s about followed by an excerpt to introduce the heroine and hero:
KNIGHT OF RUNES
England, 1605. When Lord Arik, a druid knight, finds Rebeka Tyler wandering his lands without protection, he swears to keep her safe. But Rebeka can take care of herself. When Arik sees her clash with a group of attackers using a strange fighting style, he’s intrigued.
Rebeka is no ordinary 17th-century woman – she’s traveled back from the year 2011, and she desperately wants to return to her own time. She poses as a scholar sent by the king to find out what’s killing Arik’s land. But as she works to decode the ancient runes that are the key to solving this mystery and sending her home, she finds herself drawn to the charismatic and powerful Arik.
As Arik and Rebeka fall in love, someone in Arik’s household schemes to keep them apart, and a dark druid with a grudge prepares his revenge. Soon Rebeka will have to decide whether to return to the future or trust Arik with the secret of her time travel and her heart.
Rebeka stood taller, planted her staff on the ground in a quiet but emphatic fashion, and stared squarely into his eyes. “I can take care of myself thank you very much.”Arik shifted his attention to her, taking a moment to observe her in fully. He was used to facing men eye-to-eye. Most were intimidated and unable to hold his stare. He gave her his fiercest look, expecting her to look away, and was stunned to find her staring back at him in the same manner. Arrogant, he thought to himself. But there was also a spark of something he couldn’t pinpoint, instant chemistry of recognition and challenge. He quickly hid his feelings, a practiced talent.
She wasn’t as adept. He saw the recognition in her eyes before she won control of her reaction. She registered confusion, a sense of disbelief, and white-hot anger.
She probably came up to his shoulder. He marveled at how the gold and copper flecks in her mahogany hair reflected in the sun. Although her hair was bound up, wisps fell in gentle waves, framing her oval face. He thought her skin looked soft to touch and was vibrant and healthy even through the bruises. Her mouth was full and inviting, her white teeth perfectly straight. But it was her deep-set eyes—an extraordinary shade of violet shot through with flecks of silver—that held his attention. He saw intelligence in them and passion. The intelligence was a surprise. The passion, well, he stirred that in many women.
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RUTH A. CASIE is a USA Today bestselling author of historical swashbuckling action-adventures and contemporary romance with enough action to keep you turning pages. Her stories feature strong women and the men who deserve them, endearing flaws and all. She lives in New Jersey with her hero, three empty bedrooms and a growing number of incomplete counted cross-stitch projects. Before she found her voice, she was a speech therapist (pun intended), client liaison for a corrugated manufacturer, and vice president at an international bank where she was a product/ marketing manager, but her favorite job is the one she’s doing now—writing romance.
She hopes her stories become your favorite adventures.
Ruth A Casie and Caffeinated PR have graciously offered an e-copy of Knight of Runes to THREE winners. To win a copy, leave a comment below. Giveaway will end one week after date of post. Winners will be contact by email and must provide an email address to receive their copy.
Time traveling heroine, druid knight protector, magic… doesn’t this sound great?
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