Tuesday, August 2, 2011
From Rowena Through the Wall
Good evening. Joining us tonight are Gareth and Cedric, natural enemies here under a truce to speak you, faithful listeners.
Gentlemen, your story can be read in Rowena Through the Wall, but it's told from the lady's point of view. We'd like to get your perspective on events. For instance, what was you first impression of Rowena?
A goddess from the other-worlds – that is what I thought when I walked through the wall to gaze upon her for the first time. She had been in my dreams for weeks…planted there by the Dreamweaver wizard. I traveled through time to find her. I would walk through hell to keep her.
Cedric (laughing harshly):
I saw her too late! In the chapel, where my worthless brother wed her, not minutes before. She should have been mine! I was the eldest. No matter – she is mine, in all ways now. A bonny wench, but oh, so much more. My Valkyrie! Riding like a man across the fields, facing down the brigands in the glen…a fitting bride for this disciple of Lucifer.
So, you see her as your bride, though she's married to your brother. Gareth, are your intentions, pardon the cliché, honorable?
She is my love and my dear wife. I need to protect her by bringing her north with me, to the rugged lands where I am Lord and have firm allies. She is everything to me, my lady, my love, my wife.
So Rowena has three husbands?
Rowena is my mate before my Lord Lucifer, and she carries my unborn child. Hear me well! I will kill any man who comes between us. Know it to be true; I’ve killed two already, with my own hands: my worthless brother, and the King himself. More trash is nothing to me. Lucifer feeds my black power, and it grows daily. Stay well away, and leave me with my mate.
(Sound of steel being drawn)
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"A hot, hilarious romantic fantasy that enthrals you from the first line. If you enjoy Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, you'll adore Rowena and her riotous romps in an alternate world..."
Midwest Book Review
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