Free Fiction Monday: Controlling The Sword

Because he lost his arm in the war against Napoleon, Nicholas cannot return to Society. The ton will reject him. Now, he lives in solitude in his estate, claiming he prefers it. Then a child arrives. A young boy who reminds him of his past. A boy who threatens his present. A boy who must be dealt with to ensure Nicholas’ own future.

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 Controlling the Sword

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

 

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13 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Controlling The Sword”

  1. Dee says:

    I hope you eventually have time to write a bit more for these.

    My first thought at the end was; “Where’s the rest of the book?”

    =)

  2. Mags says:

    What a lovely story–I really enjoyed it, and would love to read more of these characters.

  3. Mary Jo Rabe says:

    What a wonderful story! Obviously I have to expand my preferred reading genres to include Regency – but only of other Regency stories/romances are as fantastic as this one! Thank you in any case for this reading experience.

    • I love Regency, Mary Jo. Right now, I’m reading a Mary Balogh book. She’s one of my favorites. But there are lots of other great Regency writers, including Mary Jo Putney, Jo Beverly, and our own Anthea Lawson. (Anthea has a Regency in the upcoming Christmas Ghosts of Fiction River.) Quite a world to explore–and I’m sure you’ll get other recommendations for readers if you just ask.

  4. Steven Davis says:

    Very interesting story. I hope you run with it.

    Nuncheon? Near the end.

  5. Lara Martin says:

    Oh, I love this story. Nicholas makes a delicious hero and I would love to watch his relationship with Adam grow over the years. Simply delightful story.

  6. Vera Soroka says:

    Really liked the story. Is this a part of a series? I would love to read more. I really liked Nicholas and Adam. I could see so much more.
    Great story!

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