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Ex-NFL star + snarky single mom = a touchdown of a holiday romance


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The vampires are coming... and this time, the lights won't stop them.


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The owner of a delightful Southern café tastes the sharp sting of suspicion in this delectable comfort food mystery...


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This holiday season, love is on the menu.


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A Spartan heart can conquer anything, even myths, magic, and monsters.


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There’s nothing like a firefighting cowboy to keep you toasty warm this Christmas...



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Also by Mercedes Rochelle:

Fatal Rivalry, February 2017
Paperback
The Sons of Godwine, March 2016
e-Book
Godwine Kingmaker, May 2015
Paperback
Heir to a Prophecy, December 2014
Paperback

Fatal Rivalry
Mercedes Rochelle

The Last Great Saxon Earls #3
Author Self-Published
February 2017
On Sale: January 30, 2017
273 pages
ISBN: 0997318236
EAN: 9780997318234
Kindle: B01MS3GOX1
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Historical | Military

n 1066, the rivalry between two brothers brought England to its knees. When Duke William of Normandy landed at Pevensey on September 28, 1066, no one was there to resist him. King Harold Godwineson was in the north, fighting his brother Tostig and a fierce Viking invasion. How could this have happened? Why would Tostig turn traitor to wreak revenge on his brother? The Sons of Godwine were not always enemies. It took a massive Northumbrian uprising to tear them apart, making Tostig an exile and Harold his sworn enemy. And when 1066 came to an end, all the Godwinesons were dead except one: Wulfnoth, hostage in Normandy. For two generations, Godwine and his sons were a mighty force, but their power faded away as the Anglo-Saxon era came to a close.

The Last Great Saxon Earls

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