Beloved Enemy

Sha Renée

Today I’m delighted to have Hywela Lyn stop by for a visit. She’s the author of Beloved Enemy. (The title alone sounds intriguing!) Pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy a sample from the third book in Lyn’s Destiny Trilogy.

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BE official cover - CopyGravel and pebbles dug into her skin through the fabric of her clothing, as something dragged her toward the edge of the bank. She bit back a cry of horror as she glanced over her shoulder at the thing twining itself around her leg. An icy fear went through her. Snakes—the only creatures she really feared. She aimed her pistol and then realized it was not a serpent that dragged her toward the river, but a long, rubbery tentacle fastened around the tough material of her leggings and boot.

Before she could activate the weapon, Kerry let off another barrage of plasma bolts into the river. He…

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Five Photos … with Hywela Lyn

Sharon Booth

My guest sharing her five photos with me this week is award winning author, Hywela Lyn. Lyn, as she is known, spent most of her life in Wales, and the beautiful countryside and legends were what inspired her to write. Although she now lives in a small village in England, she is very proud of her Welsh heritage and background. She enjoys weaving romantic tales of the future, and distant, mysterious worlds, stories she hopes will truly take you ‘out of this world’and beyond.  Over to you, Lyn.

I love Sharon Booth’s five photo series, and am delighted to be part of this great feature this week. My only problem, like a lot of Sharon’s guests, was which five photos to choose? I have so many photos, both in albums and on my hard drive, Kindle and phone. I felt I should pick one with my husband Dave, but he…

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#ShareAReviewDay – Beloved Enemy by Hywela Lyn

Thanks to Marcia for featuring one of my favourite reviews!

The Write Stuff

This morning, please help me welcome Hywela Lyn with a lovely review for Book 3 of her Destiny Trilogy, Beloved Enemy. I think you’ll enjoy this review, and I know you’ll be happy to share it all over social media. Thanks! 🙂

REVIEW:

 on May 1, 2017

The best science fiction tv shows are the ones that have you eagerly anticipating the following week’s episode or have you zooming through the commercials because wading through 2.5 minutes of ads feels like eternity… pure torture. When a show is that good, you wish for a few more minutes. When a scifi/fantasy book is equally grand, you crave a several more pages.
When I was nearing the end of Beloved Enemy, I kept hoping 20-30 pages would magically appear — much like things in the book. No such luck though. However, despite my wish…

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Review – THE EMISSARY by Marcia Meara #fantasy #paranormal novella #angels

A lovely review of the book I’m currently reading!

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Just a quick post today – I am winding up my annual holiday so I’m exhausted! Now I need a holiday to recover…

So a quickie review. My friend Marcia has gone a little further off the beaten track than she usually does, and ventured further into a delightful paranormal story, a novella spin off from her Riverbend series.

Blurb

An angel’s work is never done—that’s part of the gig. But angels hadn’t been created to deal with such a vastly over-populated planet, rife with misery, suffering, and general chaos. Helping souls in peril has become a nearly impossible job, and even angelic tempers are frayed.

The archangel Azrael has had enough. He believes he’s found a way to ease their burden while saving jeopardized humans, too—hired help.

When Jake Daughtry lost his life rescuing a total stranger from certain death, he was on the fast track to Heaven. But…

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#ShareAReviewDay – Children of the Mist by Hywela Lyn

Thanks to Marcia Meara for featuring the second book in the Destiny Trilogy on her blog today!

The Write Stuff

This afternoon, Hywela Lyn is back with a review of her second book in the Destiny Trilogy, Children of the Mist. I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading this one, and will pass it along to the Immediate World, via social media. Thanks so much!

REVIEW:

Orchid –Long and Short Reviews
5 Stars and ‘Best Book’

A viral plague decimates the people of Earth Colony Niflheim. First their telepathic powers disappear cutting them off from the rest of the planet, then death takes them from their loved ones. 

The elders call representatives from all the settlements to gather at Gladsheim. Their aim is to send a telepathic message to the stars to the only person who can help. 

Vidarh arrives at Gladsheim as the representative from Sleipnir. The manner in which he arrives startles the people of Gladsheim, especially Tamarith. Vidarh takes an instant liking to Tamarith but realizes she…

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#ShareAReviewDay – Starquest Book 1 by Hywela Lyn

I’m featured at #The Write Stuff’ today.

The Write Stuff

This morning, please help me welcome Hywela Lyn to The Write Stuff. She is sharing a review of her Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel Starquest, Book 1, and I know you’ll enjoy reading it, then sharing far and wide. Thanks!

REVIEW:
Review by Snapdragon – Long And Short Reviews
4-1/2 stars

A love that will carry the heroine across the galaxy; a challenge that will threaten her life. Starquest by Hywela Lyn leaps into the deep end of galaxy right from the start, as the Jaii-onboard-computer announces a calamity that is but moments away. The navigational corrections are not enough, the starship’s drive is compromised; prepare to abandon ship…

Starquest kicks off with a literal bang, and you will feel your heart thumping at the race to abandon ship. The heroine, Jestine Darnell, is setting off on a desperate quest and does not quite know why. Her personal trajectory is impossible to predict…

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Furbaby Friday with Author Hywela Lyn

Thanks to Beth Trissel for hosting me on her lovely blog today.

One Writer's Way

I am glad to welcome fellow Wild Rose Press Author Hywela Lyn to the blog with a very touching Furbaby Friday post as she shares her beloved horse, Harri, and her wonderful sci-fi romance Beloved Enemy.

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Lyn: I had to think long and hard when deciding which furbaby – or furbabies to feature on for my spot for Furbaby Friday. Should it be one of my beloved dogs, now gone over the Rainbow Bridge, my first dog Bob, Bonny the beagle, Hans, the most loyal of little dogs who was by my side at the lowest times of my life, Bouncer, the dear little rescue, who had been cruelly abused by his previous owner but was the most loving and gentle little dog, my current ‘rescue’ Choccy, who is a real character… Dusty the stable cat? Then there are the ‘big furbabies’, the horses. Max, my…

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