I can hardly believe that Captive on the High Seas will be released in a month. I’m super excited as I received a 4.5 and some fantastic words from a reviewer at Romantic Times. I’d love you all to help me celebrate.
You can check out the review here.
Do you love history? I do. I love many different eras. Have you ever had an idea pop in your head and thought, wow, that’d make an awesome story? I do all the time.
How would you like to inspire a story? Well here’s your chance. Oh, and you have an opportunity to receive a copy of Captive on the High Seas.
1. Leave me a comment, either here, or on one of my Facebook pages, telling me your favorite historical era and why.
2. One winner, maybe two… who knows maybe even five will receive a copy of Captive on the High Seas AS well as a short story inspired by their answer.
** Deadline June 5, 2015 11:59 p.m. central
** US residents only, please
** Short story will be approximately 5000 words
** Story will be completed no later than July 7, 2015 (my birthday)
** Dedication will be given to winner
** publication depends on publisher/self-publishing
Captain of Her Heart
Sold into slavery by her jealous sisters, Ada finds herself captive on the ship of a Greek merchant. Expecting a harsh new master, she’s surprised to find the captain compassionate—and attractive. Yet she can’t fall for the man who owns her—not when she watched her enslaved mother pine after her unyielding father.
Nicolaus only wants to rescue the beautiful, mistreated woman from the auction block. He plans to free Ada, just as soon as he secures his inheritance. Which means racing the ship back to his homeland to best his brother. If he loses, all his cargo will be forfeited—including Ada. But as perilous storms reveal her courage and grace, the question becomes, can his heart stand to let her go?