Bold by Becca St. John
(The Handfasting)

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THE HANDFASTING ~ Destiny brought them together. . . if only for a year and a day ~ BOLD Two stubborn people, each fighting for their own way. After The MacBede battle cry, “For Our Maggie!” and the impossible victory it spurs, Talorc the Bold, the Laird MacKay vows to marry the lass for the power of the clan. Maggie MacBede refuses to risk her heart to the sword. Give her a poet, a bard, any man but a fighting man, and she will find her match.

About Becca St. John

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Writing was a tool, not a toy, until a stay in an ancient (I swear it was haunted) hotel on a frightfully stormy night straight from a clichéd novel full of howling wind and creaking floors. The night drove me to a bookcase full of dog eared romances. Sleepless turned to fascination. Hooked I read old romances, new romances, both sexy and sweet until my own tales begged to be written.
Published April 15, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 134 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Last time this writer ventured very deeply into the current state of Green Lantern, the ring of power was in the hands of a young cartoonist named Kyle, while Hal Jordan – the Silver Age GL of my youth – was apparently serving time as the Spectre for some major cosmic crime.

Mar 13 2007 | Read Full Review of Bold (The Handfasting)

Huffington Post

Johnson fares better – his character has more shading – and he proves once again how versatile he is following roles as young John Lennon in "Nowhere Boy," the nerdy superhero of "Kick-Ass" and the handsome but illiterate boiler repair man in "Albert Nobbs."

Jul 02 2012 | Read Full Review of Bold (The Handfasting)

SF Site

He is currently the executive director of Green Knight Publishing's fiction line and a freelance author with a half-dozen fantasy and dark fantasy novels to his credit, including Prince of Lies and The Ring of Winter, as well as short fiction, essays, and book reviews for such diverse publication...

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Project MUSE

It is a version of Richard Walsh's doctoral thesis on Charles, Duke of Burgundy between 1467 and 1477, completed in 1977 and now revised and updated but not, we are assured, substantially altered in argument or detail.

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Project MUSE

In "Options," Tracy is presented with three different medical options for treating her breast cancer.

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Diehard GameFan

Our opinions on Justice League Heroes ranged from calling the game “good” to “poor,” depending on the system, their Contra 4 remake was excellent, and A Boy and His Blob won multiple awards from us in 2009 including Wii Game of the Year, Platformer of the Year, and Best All-Ages Game.

Sep 21 2010 | Read Full Review of Bold (The Handfasting)

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