#Medievalhop Elizabeth Hobbes Reveals the Prisoner from The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge
Today’s excerpt answers the question of who the myste.rious prisoner is in Elizabeth Hobbes The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge
The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge Excerpt 4:
As the prisoner raised his face to glare at his captors Constance got her first clear look at his face. The sight caused her stomach to knot and vomit to rise in her throat. She gave an involuntary start forward in her seat.
Jeanne touched her arm gently and looked at her questioningly.
‘Are you in pain?’
Constance shook her head and gave a half-smile, hoping her sister could not read the shock in her expression. She sat back, her mind whirling and filled with memories of occasions she had put behind her. Unconsciously she raised a hand to her lips, then realised what she had done, lowered it quickly and looked at the boy on the ground.
Aelric. Brunwulf’s youngest son.
What caused Constance’s reaction? Find out on Lane McFarland’s blog next Monday
Blurb: At the mercy of her enemy!
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