Six Sunday #32 – Forsaking the Prize Part 2

It’s time once again for Six Sentence Sunday. Doesn’t the days pass quickly at this time of year. Last week, Tobias was settling into his new life at Romsey Abbey and his brother has caught a glimpse of the pain he’d suffered through. Enjoy!

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Murphy snatched up the clothing and fled, leaving an uncomfortable silence in his wake. “What happened, Toby?”

Tobias glanced up at the intricately molded ceilings and sighed. It had been too much to hope for that Leopold would not ask. “I was unhappy. Dissenters are punished.”

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Six Sunday #31 – Forsaking the Prize Part 1

Hey, Happy Sunday everyone. I’m a little excited this week as my new historical romance novel, Forsaking the Prize, has just released. Yesterday, I posted page one of the novel and this six follows directly on from that. Enjoy!

“See that you do,” Leopold warned.

Tobias shrugged off his coat and waistcoat, ignoring how Murphy picked them up with two fingers and set them aside. He loosened his neck cloth and ripped the shirt over his head.

Behind him, Leopold gasped and he remembered others might not care for the state of his back. He kept the view from Murphy as he kicked off his footwear, only to remember there were more scars circling his ankles.

“Murphy, leave us,” Leopold murmured quietly.

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