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Can you believe this is our last week for our nature theme for Medieval Monday? Where did the past ten weeks go? I’m ending this theme with the final excerpt from Love Will Find You: The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time (Book Four). As you recall, Killian and Ella have fled Berwyck and are traveling south. Happy reading and enjoy, my lovelies!
“Killian! Put me down this instant,” she ordered.
“And have ye fall when yer legs give out again? I think not.”
“This is highly inappropriate,” she barely choked out her reply before he adjusted her within his arms in order to pull a blanket from the gear on her horse.
“Ach! We are grown adults, Ella. Do ye honestly think I will let a woman in my care come tae harm?” he grumbled, making his way a short distance to a nearby log. “Dristan would have my head and I currently like its placement.” He tossed the blanket upon the ground before kneeling down to gently set her upon it.
They stared one to the other, neither putting any distance between them. Her fingers automatically curled into the length of his hair, the softness pulling to her senses.
“Yer safe, my lady. Ye can let go now.”
His words were lost to her just as surely as she had lost all sense of reality. “What?” she murmured.
He chuckled and gave her a truly wicked grin as though he knew where her thoughts had led. “I canna tend tae a fire if ye continue tae hold onto me, Ella.”
He might as well have thrown a bucket of frigid water upon her. Good heavens! What is coming over me, she mused. She quickly tore her arms from around his neck and folded her shaking fingers in her lap. “Sorry,” she muttered in embarrassment.
Killian wrapped the blanket around her. “No need tae be apologizing, Ella. Rest yerself and I shall tend tae camp.”
“I can help,” she said, starting to rise.
He gave her a gentle nudge on her shoulder. “Nay. There is no need. Ye are in my care so for once let someone take care of ye for a change.”
“I am used to fending for myself.”
He stood but watched her intently. “And I admire ye for it, but for now let me see tae keeping ye safe. Ye have fended for yerself far longer than ye should have.”
He walked away leaving her there in the dark with her thoughts running amuck inside her head. Soon, a small fire was lit at her feet to take the chill of the night air away, but ’twas the sound of Killian’s low singing of some Scottish song that lulled her into a peaceful sleep. She would have been startled to know that he observed her far into the night before he found his own slumber.
Love Will Find You:
The Knights of Berwyck, A Quest Through Time (Book Four)
By Sherry Ewing
Sometimes a moment is all we have…
Ella Fitzpatrick is a woman with a secret. As she comes and goes from Berwyck Castle, seeking refuge within its gates, she yearns to be reunited with the one for whom she crossed time from the twenty-first century. She has lived another lifetime in the twelfth century waiting for the date of their reunion and it is almost upon her. But how could she have known the man she believes she loves is not the person she needs?
Killian of Clan MacLaren has been infatuated with Ella for many a year but has guarded his heart, knowing her affection lies with another. When Ella must flee Berwyck, Killian vows to escort her to her encounter with destiny. But passion flares between them and there is no doubt the bond they have is far greater than either of them expected.
Their time together is running out. Killian has a decision to make that might give him and Ella a future together. If you could change someone’s past, would you seize the moment?
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Judith Sterling said:
A lovely end to our nature theme, Sherry. Hope you’re enjoying this last (for a little while, anyway) Medieval Monday! 🙂
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It’s been a great theme! Thanks for dropping by, Judith! 🏰💜🏰
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Mary Morgan (@m_morganauthor) said:
Wonderful ending to our nature theme, Sherry! 🙂 I can’t believe it’s over. Looking forward to another one already.
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Happy Medieval Monday, Mary! 🏰
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