Oh my goodness! After two years, Knight Time Kiss is FINALLY here! If you missed it, it released today on Amazon and will release on iBooks, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo on October 4. Get it HERE!!
Here's the overview:
For months, Emma dreamed of Cyr. The dashing knight invaded her sleep, aroused her senses and made her believe in love. But whenever he bent to kiss her, she woke up.
Until the day, she wakes up in the middle ages and finds it’s no dream at all. And she’s appeared in the middle of a marketplace full of people who immediately think she’s a witch. Terrified she runs, knowing her life is in danger—if you die in a dream, you’re dead, right? Minutes later, she lands in the mud, right at the feet of her knight. They’ve spent dream after dream together, yet he doesn’t know her at all. Even so, he claims her as his wife and places her firmly under his protection.
Fresh from the continent, Cyr has no interest in being a husband and little interest in being a protector, either. He plans to dispatch Emma to the care of an out-of-the-way abbey at his first chance. She has a better idea. He can just kiss her and send her home.
Their lips meet…
It seems Emma needs to find another way home—even if it means leaving behind the knight who’s stolen her heart and now seems intent on keeping it.
Get: Knight Time Kiss
So...I've got a girl from now who lands smack dab in the middle of 1349. You might not know, but that's the tail end of the Black Death (or the Great Plague). It comes up, but don't worry, it's not a huge plot point in the book. I mean, I think we've all had enough plague. Am I right?
The research for this book was extensive, and I had to draw a fine line between being too accurate and making the book enjoyable. I think I did okay there ;-)
The plot will certainly have you on a roller coaster. Poor Emma doesn't know what to expect next, but thankfully, she has sexy Cyr (pronounced sear) to help her through.
I did spend A LOT of time on research, though. Here's a teeny peek at a fraction of my resources:
I am also fortunate enough to have subscriptions to BBC History Magazine, History Revealed and History Extra. Have I mentioned that I am a history junky?? This is one of the articles I found invaluable:
Knight Time Kiss primarily takes place in the past, and it is technically, my 6th historical romance. All of the ones I've written, three published and three not, have taken place in the medieval time period, which is my very favorite. Of the three published, one is a time travel, one takes place completely in the middle ages and one is a split book (half in the past and half in a future lifetime in a contemporary setting). Here are the links for all:
Take a chance and get lost in time today!!!