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Quest of the Warrior Maiden

Linda C. McCabe

Frankish Empire, 802 AD. Christian warrior Bradamante meets handsome Saracen knight Ruggiero on the field of battle, and forbidden passion ignites. But when a sorcerer imprisons the knight, Bradamante discovers two prophecies about their future. She can wed Ruggiero, but doing so would seal his death. If she forsakes her love, then she’ll cause the downfall of the Christian empire. Will Bradamante choose to doom the innocent masses or the life of her one true love?

Two cruel prophecies. A warrior with an impossible choice. Will she doom her people or save her love?

Frankish Empire, 802 AD. Christian warrior Bradamante puts honor above all else. But when she meets handsome Saracen knight Ruggiero on the field of battle, forbidden passion ignites. With her lover pledged to the enemy, she fears duty and honor must keep them apart forever…

When a sorcerer imprisons the knight, Bradamante discovers two prophecies about their future with devastating consequences. She can indeed wed Ruggiero, but doing so would seal his death. If she forsakes her love, then she’ll cause the downfall of the Christian empire. With the fate of her people at stake, will Bradamante choose to doom the innocent masses or the life of her one true love?

Quest of the Warrior Maiden is the award-winning first novel in the Bradamante & Ruggiero historical fantasy series. If you like Arthurian myth, strong heroines, and tales of forbidden passion, then you’ll love this thrilling epic of impossible devotion.

“McCabe reveals an undeniable talent for creating a memorable and epic fantasy saga incorporating memorable characters, cliff hanger suspense, magic and Arthurian romance of the first order. Quest of the Warrior Maiden is enthusiastically recommended.” (Julie Summers – Midwest Book Review)

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