It is that time. Later this year, The Lady Bornekova will receive it’s long overdue sequel, The Lady and The Hussites. I have thrown myself into this book, laboring over these precious characters, their continuing stories, and the research that creates the backdrop. And now it is time to let you see the cover.
The Cover. I worked with Cora Graphics once again. I do so enjoy working with her. She is both extremely talented and so easy to work with. I can not say enough good things about her. She has done most of my covers.
The Story. ***WARNING!!! This blurb may include spoilers for The Lady Bornekova****
Their story continues as the Hussite Wars rage on…
Karin and Pavel arrive safely at his parents’ home in southern Bohemia, but things are not as they seem. There are secrets between them. A wall goes up. And then Pavel is called into battle.
Radek and Zdenek are pulled into the conflict of the Hussite Wars despite their best efforts to remain neutral, while Stepan finds himself ready for bloodshed. With tensions mounting within their circle and throughout their country, what will become of Pavel and Karin? Can they find their way back to each other?
Can Karin and Pavel hold onto each other amidst the hardships of war?
The Collaboration. This novel is another venture with the Clean Reads company. It really is a blessing to belong to such a collection of authors. They are so supportive and encouraging. As well the staff (including owner, Stephanie) are everything you could want for them to be: helpful, knowledgeable, professional, yet still personable. I am so fortunate to be able to work such fine people.
Here it is…and so, I have rambled on about all these things. Now, I present to you the unveiling of this cover: