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Warlock from Wales

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Shereen Vedam

@ShereenVedam

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Lexi C. Foss
Ravenna Tate
Maddie Wade
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Shereen Vedam
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Author Spotlight
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Warlock from Wales

by

Shereen Vedam

@ShereenVedam


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Blurb:

You say witch like it’s a bad thing.




When Hugh is yanked out of his warlock apprenticeship and summarily assigned to guard a human female, he is justly incensed.

But when a water demon snatches her from under his nose, he sets off on a desperate race to save her. and prove he is a warlock to be reckoned with.

Excerpt:

The Honorable Mary Bryght, eighteen-year-old daughter of the late Viscount Holywell, faltered and came to a startled halt. She’d
been traveling through the woods to her friend’s home to deliver some
astonishingly grand news about her brother. 
A sound drew her gaze toward a strand of willows that drank
from a small pond. There, a stranger in a dark cape watched her, tapping a
riding crop against his Hessians. At the malevolence emanating from him, the
hairs on Mary’s arms stood to attention.
In the space of one
glance, her mood shifted from cheerful to fearful. She swallowed, tasting
dread, and swiftly gauged how fast she must run to reach Rose’s cottage before
this stranger’s long strides reached her. She took one deep breath in readiness
to sprint, when the man appeared at her side, his large hand grasping her upper
arm so hard it pinched.
She cried out. He
dropped his riding crop and covered her mouth with his hand, swamping her
senses with a pungent aroma of horse sweat and leather.
Fifteen feet! That’s
how far away he’d been. Yet, he had closed the distance between them as if it
had only been two feet. Heart pounding in terror, she kicked his shin, bit hard
onto a gloved finger and with her free hand, punched his throat as her father
had taught her.
He grunted and
loosened his grip.
Mary tore away and
ran. Within a half dozen steps her body froze. There was no other way to
describe the bizarre experience. She could not shift one foot, one hand, one
finger. She was a statue in mid-motion.
“Now, now, Miss Bryght,”
the stranger said, “such violence is uncalled for. I’ve come a long distance to
find you.”
Her right foot was
raised, the left poised on toes as Mary stared straight ahead. Am I still
alive? She couldn’t hear herself breathing. There, a pulse tapped against her
throat like the wings of a frightened caged bird.
What was happening?
She felt abused and defiled, as if something dark and foul had tainted her. Was
this some sort of witchery?
Villagers spoke of
spells and magic. She thought such talk absurd. Even when the midwife once
slyly hinted to seven-year-old Mary that a spell could be responsible for her
mother’s mental sickness, she had questioned that assumption. How could a spell
take away her mother’s memories, her speech, everything that made her who she
was?
Science, my dear, not
superstition, her father had said when she’d asked him about it, can explain
the cause of all illnesses, given time.
Now she questioned
his certainty. This pause in time did not feel like an illness. Could this man
be a witch? How did he know her name?
 “I have a message for your brother.” He
shifted to stand directly in front. He was tall. From her motionless position,
suspended slightly forward, only his voice box was visible.
Too bad her punch
hadn’t broken it. She must get Marcus to train her to improve her strength. If
she lived to see him again. Her dry eyes ached with unshed tears.
“Listen carefully.”
The witch bent to make eye contact. Brown eyes. Determined. Pitiless. His gaze
was eminently human, not red or glowing.
“I shall say this
once, Miss Bryght. Your brother is to refuse His Royal Highness’s request. You
will convince him to do so. Do you understand?”
Mary stared in
stunned silence. This was about the painting? A witch had spelled her because
the regent commissioned her brother to do a watercolor mural?
Old village gossip
resurfaced. This was not a witch. Men who practiced black arts were called
warlocks. Women who practiced such vice were witches. Was this man a warlock
then? Shudders raced up her body until her mind went dizzy. If she could move,
she was certain she would faint. Was this how her mother had felt near the end?
Powerless.
Something tinged with
green flashed behind the warlock. It went by so quickly she hadn’t seen it
clearly but Mary received an impression of sharp, almost fang-like teeth, and
horror cooled her skin like a bath of ice.

Author Interview:

Shereen Vedam ~
What is your
greatest fear?
I’d have to say being helpless. I have nightmares
sometimes, when something horrible is happening and I try to scream but no
sound comes out of my throat and I can’t move. Might explain what inspired the
excerpt with the heroine from Warlock from Wales.
What is your
greatest regret?
They say a person’s greatest regret is often the thing
they’ve left undone. In my case, that would be not asking my mother to teach me
to cook some Sri Lankan recipes before she passed away. I wish my younger self
could have been wise enough to have known the value of those lessons.
What is your
favorite journey?
Right now, that would be the one I took to Spain a few
years back. I went horseback riding, trekking through dunes and visited a small
village that reminded me of the wild west. It was awesome. I’d gone there to
research one of my novels, A Perfect Curse.
Does writing
energize or exhaust you?
Energize.
What do you do
when you don’t write?
I love watching TV (current favorite show: Charmed),
river/lake paddling (my team won gold in 2018 in one of their heats), and
walking (there’s a trail near my home that I love).
Are there any
nuggets of wisdom you can impart to aspiring writers?
If you haven’t tried it, give writing into the mist a
shot, by hand. Amazing how creative that exercise can be.
What are you
working on now?
I’m just at the beginning stages of a brand new 8-book
series. They’ll be British Urban Fantasies set in Kent, UK and based on the
adventures of an alleged descended of the Grimm brothers.
Finally, what are
we likely to find in YOUR nightstand?

 

Wings of the
Wicked
. I’m looking forward to delving into all the amazing stories in this
incredible collection.

About the Author:

Once upon a time, USA Today bestselling author Shereen Vedam read fantasy and romance novels to entertain herself. Now she writes heartwarming tales braided with threads of magic and love and mystery elements woven in for good measure.



Shereen’s a fan of resourceful women, intriguing men, and happily-ever-after endings. If her stories whisk you away to a different realm for a few hours, then Shereen will have achieved one of her life goals.



Read More about Shereen Vedam
 
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