My recent short historical romance story, The Lady and the Warrior, has some lovely Amazon reader reviews–thought I’d share. Thanks all!
Blurb: An abused young wife stranded in the Alleghenies in 1783 is rescued from drowning by a rugged frontiersman who shows her kindness and passion. But is he more than he seems? And can they ever be together?
Amazing “Short Story”: “This is a wonderful read and just the thing for those times when you don’t have hours and hours to devote to reading. This author is able to pack an entire love story with strong emotion into a small package. Personally, I think it is great to find a short story to introduce me to a new author. If you are looking for a short read with great historical details, this is the one for you.” ~By Scarlet
Romance at its best!: The Lady and the Warrior is a sweet and tender romance, the kind of romance that makes readers sigh with…could it be longing? What woman wouldn’t love to be rescued by tall dark and handsome? In a short time she manages to capture the harshness of the wilderness and the wonderful intervention of fate that turns a near tragedy into a lovely tale of happily ever after. The cover is nice too! Loved it!~By Jinny K B
An enchanting read: I put down more books than I read, but I loved this story. Zane/Nighthawk was a powerful character. I fell in love with him and that’s what I want in a romance. ~By Linda B. Nightingale
Loved It: I really wish this wasn’t such a short book it really was going so well and then bingo all over with. I’ll look into more from the author. The cover was also very beautiful. Happy Reading, Enjoy. ~By Kooks
Beautiful! All of Beth Trissel’s books are well researched, beautifully written works of vivid living art. The characters come alive and pull you in so that you are no longer reading a story…you’re living it with them.
All of her leading men are they type of men you want to come to YOUR rescue.
I believe that, even though The Lady and the Warrior leaves you wanting more…it’s enough. It was a joy to read. And the cover is beautifully done also. I love it! ~ By Beth Liveringhouse
Beth Trissel is awesome portraying the Shawnee: “Beth Trissel brings the lore of American Indian to light as never before. The Lady and the Warrior touches the very soul of the Shawnee.” ~Author Melinda Elmore
Treat yourself! : Don’t have time to sit down with a full length novel? Then treat yourself to this delightful glimpse into the Allegheny Mountains in the year 1783. I was swept away by the imagery of the mist-shrouded wood. I felt the numbing chill of the damp early spring. Ms. Trissel is a true artist. She literally paints with words. Yes –the story is short but it’s long enough to cheer on the abused heroine who refuses to give up. It’s long enough to fall in love with the kind hero whose life hasn’t been all that easy either.
Don’t hesitate to give Beth Trissel’s world a try. Trust me. You’ll never want to leave. ~By Avid Reader
***The Lady and the Warrior is .99 at Amazon and free to Prime members.