Darkest before Dawn (The Kingdom of Mercia Book 2) (26 page)

Dawn
of Wolves

The
Kingdom of Mercia, Book 3

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Can
love really change us for the better?

 

BRITAIN,
657 AD

 

Ermenilda
is a Kentish princess who dreams of becoming a nun. Instead, she's forced to
marry a brutal warlord: Wulfhere, King of Mercia.

 

Trapped
in a marriage to a man she equally despises and desires, Ermenilda struggles to
embrace her new life. When Wulfhere embarks on a quest for vengeance against
her own family after a failed assassination attempt, Ermenilda decides she's
had enough. She will find a way to escape him, no matter the consequences.

 

 

 

 

About the Author

 

 

Love
is at the core of all Jayne Castel's stories. She writes historical romance set
in 7th Century Anglo-Saxon England and contemporary romance set in Italy.

 

Her
inspirations for these genres come from her fascination for British history,
and her love of Italy, where she lived for a decade.

 

Two
of her novels DARK UNDER THE COVER OF NIGHT and NIGHTFALL TILL DAYBREAK,
reached the quarter finals of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards in 2013 and
2014. Her latest historical romance, DAWN OF WOLVES, is a Kindle Scout winner
and has been published by Kindle Press.

 

Jayne
lives in New Zealand's South Island, where works as a freelance copywriter.
When she’s not writing, she’s studying languages, or dreaming about her next
trip to Europe!

 

Visit
Jayne's website at www.jaynecastel.com 

 

Jayne
loves to hear from her readers – please email her at
[email protected]
 

 

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