9 thoughts on “Adam’s story is now in print!”

  1. Really enjoyed Dark Moon. Wasn’t so sure about Brandon Brothers 1, however felt this was back to you at your best – a great story with an accurate portrayal of social history of the time that has some substance and isn’t just the usual romantic ‘fluff’ of many books set in that period. I’m one of o those that buys the book and audio, so have that to look forward to.

    Any news on audio of The Kings Falcon?

    1. Thank you, Grace. I’m glad you enjoyed Dark Moon – it would be great if you’d review. As for the difference between Trick and Moon, I’m writing a book for each of 3 brothers – and since the brothers are different, so must their stories be. As for Falcon, we haven’t set firm dates for that yet – Alex hasn’t begun recording Dark Moon yet – but hope to do so later this year. As ever, everything depends on Alex’s schedule.

  2. I have already read this , it is a great story and I enjoyed the characters so much . I also like the tie-up with the Rockcliffe books , give us more please so that that we can enjoy the further histories of them all . I personally , having read Midwinter Magic what happened to Bertrand and Sylvie .? All the families from the Rockcliffe series hold me in a wish to know more . Please ?

    1. Thank you, Elizabeth – so pleased that you enjoyed it. If you haven’t already done so and could find a moment to post a brief review, it would be very much appreciated!

  3. Great , another Brandon brother, cannot wait for it to come on Audible .I really enjoy the work of yours and the narration by Alex Wyndham.

    1. The audio is unlikely to be out much before the end of June, Susan. Alex is recording through May, after which it has to go through the review process and other final checks which all take time.

  4. I thoroughly enjoyed Adam’s story, thank you. However, at the end there is a reference to an official in the Foreign Office. The Foreign Office only came into existence in 1782, which surely is after the date of the book.

    1. You’re quite right, Susan – the FO reference is a couple of years out date-wise. But sometimes it’s hard to know what to call things so some readers will understand what I’m talking about. I’m already getting flak from the US for making Dark Moon too complicated to follow. So difficult to please everyone! But I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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