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Black and whiteYes, the re-release of Jareth: First Lord by FreedomInk Publishing is getting closer. Newly edited with added chapters Jareth is more compelling than before.

And with a bit of luck, the sequel, Viviane: First lady, will be out later this year, too.

Jareth: First Lord is M/F  mainstream fantasy romance, with a hint of the paranormal, on a world far in the future. I like to call it a future historical, as it combines elements of the highlands on a colony world left to swing in the breeze by mother earth.

And who is our protagonist? Jareth of course!

“A group of horses wheeled around the far corner under the standard of Clan Brannach. Clouds of steam rose from their bodies and breath as they champed at their bits. As they moved closer the armed men mounted on the huge beasts became visible. First Lord Jareth suddenly drew his huge bay stallion to a halt in the middle of the square. With a harsh, angry glare, his glance swept the area as if searching, with his eyes penetrating every nook and cranny.

Tall and broad shouldered, every inch a warrior lord, the handsome man of thirty-something rode as if born in the saddle. Dark as night, with his black hair blown by the wind, Lord Jareth’s eyes were twin pools of darkness beneath his angry frown. Hard as iron and cold as the icy winter winds, his presence was unsettling. As she watched, Jareth’s glance seemed suddenly to focus on her alone, pinning her in place with an energy and intent strong enough to be a living force.”

And what of his lady love, the Lady Viviane?

“Jareth once again felt the strange spider on his brain which he’d sensed in the village. Searching the group before him, he was drawn to cascades of black curls shimmering in the soft morning light. About twenty feet away, she was comforting others with a touch or quick hug. Her concern impressed him. As she turned to face him, her dazzling blue eyes captivated his heart.

Regaining his senses, he threaded his way through the crowd. As he drew closer her eyes sparkled like the blue waters of a mountain stream in the sun. Lush dark lashes framed them perfectly in contrast to her lovely, creamy skin. Her mouth was a perfect rosebud begging to be kissed, like a fairy princess come to life. Expecting fear or anger as he approached, all he saw was inner strength shining through sadness. He cultivated his imposing presence, but she rose tall and met his gaze.”

And when the wills of two very strong people clash, fireworks ensue.

So watch for Jareth: First Lord, from FreedomInk Publishing. While you’re waiting check out their other authors and books.


And if you haven’t read Gambler’s Folly yet, check it out at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.



There’s a whole summer ahead with plenty of time to read.

Have a fantastic and safe Memorial Day.


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