Legends of Mynos

The Wolverine Knights Chronicles

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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

An Unexpected Discovery

What in God's name am I going to do? The anger inside of me is welling up to the surface and it's hard for me to keep it tamped down. How can anyone beat a woman so badly you cannot see her features through her bruises? It disgusts me, and if I get my hands on the man responsible, I will kill him, no doubt.

Duncan and I found a woman on the fields near Castle Templestone, covered head to toe in bruises. She doesn't even know her own name! The only clue I have to her identity is a tear-shaped lavender jewel set in her necklace. I have been calling her "Jewel."

She asked me if I was an angel. My heart stopped. This poor woman thought she was dead!

Yes, I will make it my life's mission to find the bastard, the coward who did this to her and sink Fleetfire, my grandfather's sword, deep into his chest. Death is the least he deserves. I'll do whatever it takes to keep this woman away from him--no matter the cost.

~~Sir Sebastian of Tabrinth

Thursday, February 22, 2007


We've all seen the beauty that is THE WOLVERINE AND THE ROSE's cover.

Now, sit back and enjoy the cover for the SECOND book in the Legends of Mynos series, THE WOLVERINE AND THE JEWEL, coming May 2007 to Samhain Publishing.

I am so in love with these covers, you don't even know. :) This book is about Sir Sebastian and his love story. Here's the blurb:

She doesn't know who she is or where she came from. But she knows she's in love with the man who found her.

From the moment the Wolverine knight, Sebastian, finds the unconscious, badly beaten woman he nicknames "Jewel", all he wants to do is protect her—no matter the cost.

Jewel wakes with no memory of who she is. The only clue to her identity is a lavender-colored jewel around her neck—a jewel which the dragon, Mynos, recognizes as the talisman made by his long-dead mate. Through the jewel's magic, they discover that the man who attacked Jewel is none other than her fiancé, Lord Merric.

Violent and ambitious, Merric was enraged when Jewel mysteriously vanished on the eve of their arranged marriage. Now, he'll do anything to force her to return. Even dark magic—or murder.


Here is the video for this book. Enjoy! (You can find all the book videos in the right-hand menu of this blog.)


Monday, February 12, 2007

The Wolverine and the Rose, 2-13-07

Tomorrow, February 13th, fall in love, live the magic, and soar with an ancient golden dragon...

THE WOLVERINE AND THE ROSE, Book I in the Legends of Mynos, is almost here. You do NOT want to miss this ride!

She's in danger from mysterious dark knights, she's discovering magic she never knew existed, and she's falling head over heels in love.

One night destroys Arianna's home, wipes out her family and flings her into a world turned upside down.

He's only kissed her once, but Arianna feels as if she's always known Sir Geoffrey, the Wolverine knight who saves her life. She can hear his thoughts, feel his memories. One kiss, and they're trapped in a bond they didn't choose and cannot break.

Their world's in terrible danger, their only hope the fabled crystal of the dragon, Mynos. However only a woman can touch the Crystal and survive...


Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Geoffrey's Dilemma

I don't know what to do. I have feelings for Arianna that are far beyond brotherly. She's lost her entire family and she's crying out for someone to love, but I . . . I just can't. I am afraid of my own desires, afraid of being anything more than her protector.

Perhaps it has something to do with these strange, familiar feelings I get when I'm around her--as if I've known her my entire life. And yet, I know that's not true. I didn't meet her until I first saw her in Stollinshire. Every time we're close, all I want to do is protect her from the world and show her exactly what she means to me. But I'm too much of a coward. Imagine, a Wolverine knight, one of the King's Best, able to take on legions of men with his sword alone, afraid of one woman.

She is fully-grown, yet there is an innocence about her I do not want to spoil. If I told her I could walk on water, I do not doubt she would believe me. Her feelings for me are more than obvious, and it makes my resolve even harder to bear. Every day I wake up and wonder if I should give in, if I should tell Arianna what's truly in my heart. But every day I push her away, telling her she's like a sister to me.

I know I've broken her heart, on more than one occasion, and it's tearing away at my soul. I cannot stand it any longer. If I'm ever again alone with her, I do not believe I'll be able to hold back. At this point, I don't want to. I merely hope her gentle love can withstand my raging passion.

~~Sir Geoffrey of Emberdale