If you’re into the King Arthur romance series, Once and Future Heartsthen I think you’ll love Book 3!

I had so much fun writing it.  Not because it’s a fun book, but because in Book 3, some of the epic, tragic events that thread through the Arthurian mythology are starting to form and influence the characters.

And the romance is particularly poignant, too.

But don’t take my word for it.

Here’s the cover — let’s get the important stuff out of the way, first:

She is invisible to everyone but the blind man…

Anwen is the least favored companion to Lady Igraine, the Duchess of Cornwall.  No man will marry her, for she is old and plain. Instead, she teaches Igraine’s children to read.

Steffan of Durnovaria was once a celebrated warrior in the Duke of Cornwall’s army, a friend to Prince Uther, the High King’s brother, and destined for greatness, until a Saxon war hammer stole his sight and destroyed his life.

To deflect Steffan’s anger from the warriors around him, Igraine directs him to help Anwen teach her daughters.  The assignment brings him no happiness and terrifies Anwen, who has never spoken to a man directly in her life.

When the new High King, Uther, meets Igraine for the first time and becomes obsessed with her, Anwen and Steffan are drawn into a web of lies and deceit that could destroy Britain’s fragile peace.

As a long time, self proclaimed Arthurian Legend junkie I couldn’t wait to dive into Tracy Cooper Posey’s new series. Tracy once again proves to be a master story teller as she weaves the delicate threads of this beloved legend into her own.  Amazon Reader.


Read more about Pendragon Rising, including an excerpt, here.  There are also buy links for pre-ordering, as the book is now available at all booksellers, including me, but not including Amazon (boo, hiss!).  Don’t forget–if you buy from me, you get your book a week early (among other goodies).  😉

Cheers,

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