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  • Writer's pictureBrynn Paulin

Once Isn't Enough

Yesterday, I released Knight Time Kiss and it will soon be available on iBooks, Kobo and Nook. I mentioned in yesterday's blog that it was my 6th historical, three of which are available to purchase.

Let's be honest... The first three books will probably NEVER be published. They were three of the first books I ever wrote. I wrote seven full-length books (three historical, two magical contemporaries and two suspense novels) before my 8th book, a short story, was the first published.

One of the three published historical works is Twice an Eternity. This one is hard to categorize. It's two parts. The first part takes place in 1263. The second part takes place in modern day. A little something for everyone. This reincarnation book was originally written for Total-e-Bound (now Totally Bound). They specialize in super sexy books, so this one fits the bill and then some.

Cover Copy:


Legend has it that long, long ago, a great knight fell in love with a fair maiden…

Emma knew her entire life that she’d eventually marry Ailig and be the lady in his castle. But she had dreams of freedom which weren’t befitting to a lady of her standing. Still she yearned for Ailig and the unknown of his arms. As Ailig’s wife she learns her true freedom is in his arms and bondage is the emptiness she feels when they’re parted. Instead of wishing for freedom, she fears for her love’s safety while he does his king’s bidding.

Though she endeavors to hide her apprehension, Ailig knows of his bride’s anxieties yet duty to king and country compels him. Before answering each call to service, he promises to safely return. But there are some perils that even a knight can’t overcome...


Writer, Emily Harteger has been at loose ends her entire life, never quite fitting in anywhere she’s gone. She finds her place in the past amongst the knights and maidens she creates on paper. When a story idea comes to her in a dream, she’s compelled to travel to England on a trip she can neither afford nor justify. She’s drawn to the shores of Northern England where vivid pictures fill her head and she pens a lurid tale of Sir Alexander and his love Emagarde.

When she meets Alec Woods, the very embodiment of the man she’s visualized in her dreams, she’s drawn under his spell. Her visions of the knight and his love grow stronger and she wonders if the attraction she feels for Alec is real or the product of her wishful dreaming. Then they find a bottle containing a necklace and note identical to one she’s written about in her book…

Is this fantasy or something else entirely?

In other news Knight Time Kiss is now available in PRINT. (or ebook)

If you're interested in more historical books from me, please be sure to drop me an email (via contact me) OR send me a message on Facebook!




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