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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Flame of Normandy by Miriam Newman 💕 Book Tour & Gift Card Giveaway 💕 (Historical Romance)

Forced into a political marriage with a man she terms “a half mad half Viking,” Catherine Broussard is caught up in her father’s malice, her husband’s ambition and the Norman Conquest of Anglo-Saxon England.

The object of their conversation was at that moment cantering her horse along the bank of the Orne, much further north. She had seen no bodies and there were no messages from her father, who was away pursuing one of his seemingly endless battles. The day was fair, her horse was mettlesome and she had her hands full to keep him from charging the riverbank. The strong choppy rhythm of the horse combined with the scent of crushed bracken and churned-up mud to feed her senses and she didn’t really want to stop, but the murky water was getting awfully close.

Mon Dieu!” she finally exclaimed, getting him stopped before he could make the leap. He was so close she could see her reflection and his forefeet sunk in muck inches from the river. She had been unhorsed in water before and been none the worse for it, but of course it was never a pleasant experience and Maman was unhappy when she came back dripping river water on the floors. “This one should go to the cavalry, I think.”

Broussard’s head groom only grinned. He did not go to battle with her father, but he did ride with Catherine, since he was one of the few riders who could keep up with her and was a man of impeccable character besides. There was not the least indication he would ever behave improperly and since she was being groomed for an advantageous marriage, such considerations counted. All Leon wanted was to keep her in one piece. He was fond of the little termagant.

“Or perhaps to the hunt,” he suggested. “A few miles of hard hunting should blunt his edge. And he obviously has no fear of water.”

“Obviously.” Catherine bent to slap the bay gelding’s neck. He had been cut to make a riding horse of him, but it was hard to tell. He still seemed half stallion, curveting and snapping at her companion’s quieter gelding. “I will tame him, never fear.”

Leon smiled at her again. “No, that I do not fear. Just have a care for your neck.”

“No one would miss it.”


An ambitious young Norman knight, Neel, is seriously wounded at the Battle of Hastings and nursed back to health by a Saxon girl, Rowena. For her, it is only a matter of Christian duty and she is shocked to receive his proposal of marriage in return. She dares not refuse, but how can she love a Norman?


Fantasy poetry driven by myths and legends has been my passion for as long as I can remember. I was published in poetry before catching the romance writing bug. I bring that background to my writing along with a lifelong addiction to horses, an 18 year career in various areas of psychiatric social services and many trips to Ireland, where I nurture my muse. My published works range from contemporary fantasy romance to fantasy historical, futuristic, science fiction and historical romance. Currently I live in rural Pennsylvania with a "motley crew" of rescue animals. 


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  1. Thank you for hosting Ms. Newman and her new release on your site today! She's an excellent writer of historical fiction and romance. Readers will love this new book!

  2. Love the descriptions and excerpts of your books. Looking forward to reading them. Thanks.

    1. I'm glad you enjoy them, Sharon. I loved writing this book, especially since it is the prequel to my book The Comet, which is already published. And there will be a sequel in May. So I was really living in this one. I'm looking forward to the audio books, too.

  3. I really like the covers of the books.

  4. I would love to read these. They sound amazing. The picture of you must have been taken at a museum. I would like to go there.

  5. Thank you all for visiting. That photo was at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. I'm a Medieval history freak, so you can imagine how much fun I was having. Writing books set in that time period is just plain fun for me, so the Comet series is a favorite.

  6. this looks like an amazing read!

  7. Half a half mad Viking is better than none.


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