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Fall Into Romance Blog Hop

Happy Friday everyone and welcome to the Fall into Romance Blog Hop. I’m giving away a free copy of either Hearts in Barbed Wire or  Entanglements to two folks who leave a comment,  so be sure to enter. A hundred … Continue reading

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Hearts in Barbed Wire—Chapter 7

Chapter Seven Madeline dunked her hands in the bucket hanging from a nail on a post. Frigid water stung her skin. Flakes of brown floated on the liquid inside. Picking up the bar of lye soap, she scrubbed her hands, … Continue reading

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Hearts in Barbed Wire—Chapter 6

Chapter Six Luc swallowed the bile rising in his throat. The sound of men approaching grew louder. Smoke from the burning house, stable and bonfire stung his eyes and filled the yard. This was it. Two months after his fort … Continue reading

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Hearts in Barbed Wire—Chapter 5

Chapter Five “We’re nearly home.” A dull ache blazed a t-shape across Madeline’s back. Dawn bled across the horizon and oozed tendrils of gray into the inky darkness. Chimneys puffed smoke as cook fires were rebuilt. To the south, the … Continue reading

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Hearts in Barbed Wire—Chapter Four

Chapter Four The Germans were coming! Madeline rose on brittle legs. Any moment now, she’d collapse into a heap. But she had to face the enemy. The roll of bandages dropped from her numb fingers, bounced once on her coat … Continue reading

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Last Day for 99cents—Hearts in Barbed Wire

Chapter Three Luc plodded down the road. A full moon struggled to pull free of the smoke from the battlefield, miles to the south. The cannonading beat like a war drum. Soon…soon he’d be fighting, too. The war couldn’t end … Continue reading

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Hearts in Barbed Wire—Chapter Two

Chapter Two Lieutenant Lucien Duplan eased the hammer of his revolver into a safe position before pointing the gun at the ground. He hadn’t become an officer of the Belgian army to shoot his fellow countrymen, or women. The lamp … Continue reading

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