Friday, July 5, 2013

Moonfeather by Judith E. French #Historical #Romance


Passionate Historical Romance



Moonfeather had seen her Shawnee people execute a man by fire before. When she discovers a captive Englishman about to suffer the same fate, she does not intend to see it again. Even an enemy deserves a warrior’s death. Her only choice is a brazen one: to claim the reckless man to be her husband.

Viscount Brandon may have been spared a cruel death, but the son of a Scottish earl now endured a different torment. For despite their intimate quarters, the wildly beautiful Moonfeather has no intention of consummating their marriage. Yet the two cannot help but grow closer. And as Brandon discovers that he and Leah Moonfeather Stewart have far more in common than their intense attraction, he is determined to bring her to England as his wife. But in the face of more treachery, Moonfeather may have to save the day once more…

What readers are saying:

"French weaves an intriguing, action-packed tale." ~RT BOOKclub for Blood Kin

"…it is easy to fall under Ms. French's spell and believe that these people were real and played a part in the making of the history the U.S. In Scarlet Ribbons, Ms. French offers a multi-layered story that is deftly and seamlessly woven together. Her descriptive talent is amazing; I felt as if I could see, hear, and feel the colonization of America. I highly recommend this book." ~Amazon reviewer for Scarlet Ribbons

"Judith French delivers another great, exciting read. Loved The Conqueror and The Barbarian. Just like those wonderful books, this fabulous tale is well worth your reading time!" ~Amazon reviewer for The Warrior

"This chilling read has it all--a psychopathic opponent, an appealing heroine, and enough heart-stopping suspense to keep you turning the pages. Judith French has proven, once again, that she is a master story-teller." ~Amazon reviewer for At Risk

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