HAPPY CHRISTMAS 2023
Check out the blog for my new free Christmas story. The Yule Log takes us back to the eighteenth century and a country house Christmas, where a Viscount’s daughter who has been decidedly picky about choosing a husband encounters a new neighbour who is not at all a suitable match for a lady of quality…
An Unattainable Stronghold
It’s 1813 in the Pyrenees and Van Daan’s Brigade is back.
San Sebastian is under siege and Soult is invading across the border. Meanwhile, the Light Division is on the march…
Paul was just setting Rufus into a canter when his friend raised his voice again.
“Piece of advice, sir. Don’t go climbing any hills on your own to reconnoitre the enemy. Carter’s not back yet and I’m not coming after you.”
Paul heard a roar of laughter from the front ranks of the 110th. He wheeled his horse round and made a vulgar gesture which was entirely unsuitable for an officer and a gentleman. Johnny was laughing, leaning forward over his horse’s neck. Behind him the laughter turned to cheers. Paul cupped his hands around his mouth like a speaking horn and bellowed back.
“You’re not funny, Colonel Wheeler.”
Johnny uncurled himself and raised his own hands to his mouth in response.
“They think I am,” he yelled and the cheers redoubled.
Available on Amazon from November 1st 2023.
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