Jennifer C. Wilson’s ‘The Raided Heart’ launches today!

Today is an exciting day for us here at Ocelot Press, since we’re adding another wonderful title to our stable of historical fiction reads. The Raided Heart, Jennifer C. Wilson’s 15th-century historical romance, set in the Scottish Borders, is published today. It’s available on Amazon Kindle and in paperback.

Read on to get a glimpse of the story:

Meg Mathers, the headstrong youngest sibling of a reiving family on the English-Scottish border, is determined to remain at her childhood home, caring for the land and village she’s grown up with. When an accident brings her a broken ankle and six weeks in the resentful company of ambitious and angry young reiver Will Hetherington, attraction starts to build. Both begin to realise they might have met their match, and the love of their lives, but 15th century border living is not that simple, as Meg soon finds herself betrothed to the weakling son of a tyrannical neighbour, Alexander Gray. When tragedy strikes, can Meg and Will find their way back to each other, and can Will finally take his own personal revenge on Gray?

The Raided Heart is the first of “The Historic Hearts”, a collection of historical romantic adventures set in Scotland and the North of England.

Have you got your copy yet? It’s only a click away…

And that’s not all. Jennifer is hosting a virtual party on Facebook this afternoon, starting at 13.00 UTC. Everyone is welcome, and, as well as finding out more about the book (and the forthcoming books in this series), there’ll be guest appearances and the chance to win some fabulous prizes. So drop in – you might be one of the lucky ones!

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