Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Blog Tour: Wildewood: Revenge by B. A. Morton

This virtual book tour is presented by Bewitching Book Tours.
Click HERE to see the tour schedule.
Welcome to The Wormhole and my day on the tour.
It is my pleasure to feature:
 B.A. Morton and Wildwood: Revenge.

About the Author:
B.A Morton lives and writes in rural Northumberland near the Scottish Border and is working on Redemption Book two, in the Wildewood Chronicles. She also writes romantic crime fiction.
www.goodreads.com/author/show/5405833.B_A_Morton

Wildewood-Revenge
The Wildewood Chronicles Book One
B.A Morton

Wildwood: Revenge by B.A. Morton
Genre: Historical/Fantasy/Romance
Publisher: Taylor Street Publishing

Number of pages: 310
Word Count: 105,000

Book Description:
A knight. A witch. A Secret.

When Grace, a twenty first century heroine, is accidently transported through a time portal into the clutches of an impoverished medieval knight with one eye on her ransom, we are treated to a brilliant evocation of medieval England which heaves with corruption and intrigue.

The remote and beautiful wilderness of ancient Northumberland rings out with the sound of clashing swords, the hiss of arrows, thundering hooves and the chink of coin bags changing hands in shady deals.

It is all there: a spirited and sensual romance, an action-packed adventure story, hidden treasure, revengeful and devious barons and corpulent and corrupt clergy.

Beset on all sides by danger and deception, with only their wits and a small band of loyal followers to assist them, Grace and Miles of Wildewood find their lives inexplicably entwined as they battle for justice, honour and love.
Be sure to check out the rest of the tour!
Thanks for stopping by - Happy Reading!

3 comments:

Babs Morton said...

Thanks for inviting me onto your blog. I hope your readers will enjoy Wildewood.

Babs

Jacoba Dorothy said...

I love these kinds of reads. Right up my alley.

IM7 said...

Dear Babs,

Thank you for this very nice story, I love the characters and the whole picture. It kept my interest until the very end. I read it in about 2 days. I struggled with some of the words(especially with Scots dialogue. I wish I could know translation, in whole I understood the meaning, but details of it not ), although Kindle dose have dictionary, but some words was not there. I must confess English is not my first language, so my be it is why I struggled with the translation-:)

It would be interesting to know when is next book will be available, I could not find this information anywhere.

Thank you ones again

Irina M