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I’m continuing to share from my m/m fantasy/fairy tale Gryffon Hall, which is coming out at the end of the month. Last week Wryler’s father, Lord Glimmerveen, along with his first minister, barged into Wryler’s bedroom while he was still in bed after a night of too much drinking and flirting. Sir Arsburry is the father of the man Wryler expected to be engaged to.
“I have good news,” his father said. “Your destiny is sealed, my boy. No longer will you be the useless fourth son of a second wife but a well-situated husband in a grand house of your own.”
Wryler set down his mug on the nightstand with a trembling hand. So the deal was done.
“You’ve finally reached an agreement with Sir Arsburry?” he asked.
“That lowborn merchant? Why would I trade you away to a commoner when I could have a lord as a son-in-law?”
Wryler swallowed with difficulty. “Which lord?” he asked meekly.
Gryffon Hall ~ Release date August 30, 2016
Useless fourth son of the Lord of Glimmerveen, Wryler dreams of getting married and escaping the rustic confines of his father’s castle. A wealthy merchant’s son seems to hold the key to Wryler’s safe if somewhat dreary future. However, the arrival of a mysterious stranger on the eve of Wryler’s betrothal sends his plans into disarray and Wryler finds himself traded off in marriage to one of the most notorious rogues in the land.
Is Lord Aeric Rouchet the scoundrel he appears to be, or is he something much worse? Separated from his family and thrust into a strange and dangerous new life at the foreboding Gryffon Hall, Wryler must unravel the secret of his husband’s shadowed life and defeat the curse which threatens not only his growing affection for the barbarian in his bed, but the lives of everyone the Lord of Gryffon Hall is sworn to protect.
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