New this evening…
Protected by the Knight by Sadie Dane
Sir Edward Caldwell is not the type of knight to entertain notions of love. He has seen how little it takes to break a vow, and refuses to ever end up the fool. So when he’s ordered to protect a visiting princess, he seizes the opportunity to add a royal notch to his bedpost. What he never expected was that the princess would be just as much of a player as he is.
Princess Lotte has mere weeks before her arranged marriage is to take place and, despite her personal guard’s wishes, plans to spend that time experiencing everything life has to offer. Luckily, fate sends her just the knight for the job. But when she finds herself over his knee, with her heart on her sleeve, she realizes she’s playing a dangerous game – without knowing the rules.
Protected by the Knight is the third book in Sadie Dane’s best-selling Loving the Knight series.
Feyrie Song, Volume Two by Devlin O’Neill
In Volume 2 of Feyrie Song, two Neverwasnian baronial families draw ever closer, despite their confused feelings toward each other. They maintain contact, sometimes very close and personal contact, indeed, while uncovering fascinating secrets about each other.
There is more swordplay, again directed by the inimitable cavalry sword master, as well as play of a different and warmer sort involving an up and coming member of parliament.
Despite familial tension underscored by generations of mystery, the Dreadnaught children and the Holdbrick scions come together and embark upon a quest: They go to find the well- hidden home of the feyries and perform a daring rescue mission.
Come join them as they ride the mountain paths that lead to hard-won recovery and the kind of completion that is sore-ly satisfying.