Fate of the Saracen Knight

Fate of the Saracen Knight

by Linda C. McCabe

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Overview

Love binds them. Duty divides them. Victory hangs in the balance.

Frankish Empire, 802. Saracen knight Ruggiero is torn between love and honor. Though he vowed to convert and marry the Christian warrior Bradamante, he refuses to back out of his pledged service — even if that means returning to war against the woman he loves. But if he can's secure a release from his oaths soon, he knows he'll lose her forever…

In deep despair over her lover's choice, Bradamante fears the prophecy that could doom her family. But when she suspects Ruggiero may love another, the formidable fighter puts aside her dread and sets out on a quest for vengeance.With the lovers on opposite sides of the war, will Ruggiero gain leave from his duty in time, or will his quest for both his heart and his people cost him his life?

Fate of the Saracen Knight is the thrilling second volume in the Bradamante & Ruggiero historical fantasy series. If you enjoy epic journeys, rich descriptive detail, and forbidden passion, then you’ll love this enthralling tale. Buy Fate of the Saracen Knight to see where loyalties lie today!

“History and fantasy fans will find Fate of the Saracen Knight hard to put down, replete with insights on the effects of war, ideals, and duty on love; the ripples of discord created by threats of infidelity and battle; and the fate of two star-crossed lovers who aren't just manipulated by fate, but used to taking destiny into their own hands by force, if necessary.” — D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

“McCabe brings the great Carolingian tales to life with guts and gusto! If you like Game of Thrones, you'll love Fate of the Saracen Knight!” – Alexis E. Fajardo, author of Kid Beowulf series

“Readers will be gripped by the epic sweep of the Bradamante & Ruggiero Series. This second book ratchets up the narrative tension and leaves the reader emotionally invested not just in the Fate of the Saracen Knight, but the fates of all the characters.” - Dr. Richard Scott Nokes, Professor of Medieval Literature, Troy University

“Linda McCabe has woven a marvelously textured historical fantasy around Charlemagne and his knights. Her books are filled with accurate historical events dressed in an inspiring imaginative tale of fantasy, magic, courage, valor, chivalry, and love.” - Jonathan Rome, Narrator and Raconteur of the ancient Roman Empire www.romeonrome.com

“McCabe writes with passion about Ariosto’s Bradamante and Ruggiero, characters I’m familiar with from my high school days in Italy. Bravissima, Linda!” - Peppino D’Agostino, internationally renowned acoustic guitarist

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155892731
Publisher: Linda C. McCabe
Publication date: 12/02/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Linda C. McCabe lives in the Northern California Wine Country with her college sweetheart and teenaged son. She received a master's degree as an historian of science from Sonoma State University, and loves to travel. To aid in her novel's research, she traveled twice to France scouring museums in Paris and trekking through medieval hilltop villages in the Midi-Pyrenees. She has been a member of the California Writers Club for more than a decade and is past-president of the local branch, Redwood Writers. She has had opinion/editorials published in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, the Los Angeles Times and essays published in several of the Redwood Writers' anthologies as well as the Centennial Edition of the California Writers Club Anthology West Winds. Linda was one of sixteen writers who took part in a collaborative effort to each write one chapter in a murder mystery series called the "Sonoma Squares Murder Mystery" that appeared in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. She will also contributed a chapter in the sequel "Red Harvest." More of her writing can be found at her literary blog: lcmccabe.blogspot.com where she posts about writing, travel, medievalism and whatever strikes her interest. She also has a website at www.destrierbooks.com where she invites book clubs to contact her for visits by speakerphone or Skype chats.

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