Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Vidal's Honor by Sherry Gloag

Vidal's Honor

Vidal's Honor
 by Sherry Gloag

Which will Honor lose first? Her head or her heart?
When plunged into a world of spies, agents and espionage during the Peninsula wars, Honor, Lady Beaumont, flees for her life when the French capture her husband at Salamanca, and relies on his batman to arrange her safe passage back to England.
Viscount Charles Vidal is ordered by Robert Dumas, the First Lord of the Admiralty, to travel to Spain and escort the only woman he’s ever loved, Lord Devlin Beaumont’s widow back home before the French discover her whereabouts.
Their journey is fraught by danger, least of all knowing whether they are surrounded by friends or foe. Will they survive long enough to explore the possibility of a future together or will whispers of treason be enough to see Honor dispatched to Tyburn first?

While Vidal joked with his cousin, the viscount scanned the room. The smell of fine wine, whiskey and cigar smoke blended into a rich aroma that was as much a part of Whites as the card games, the background chatter, and outbreaks of lewd laughter from the younger members of the club. 
One member in particular interested Vidal tonight, and he watched Robert Dundas, second Viscount Melville, and First Lord of the Admiralty, take leave of his friends and head in his direction. 
He wondered why the man spent the best part of the night watching his every move, and paused in the act of fobbing his snuff box while he waited for the viscount to join him. 
“Take a walk with me?” Although couched as a question, Vidal noted the quiet steel of command in the other man’s voice. Dundas laid a hand on his arm; a companionable gesture for anyone interested enough to observe the two men leaving the club together. “I believe I live not far beyond your own house. I’d appreciate your company, and this is not the place for such a discussion. ” 
With an indolent twist of the wrist Vidal returned the modish lacquered box, unopened, to his pocket and nodded agreement. A man’s club was no setting for private conversation, and it was plain the man wanted to talk about something away from flapping ears. 
Together they strolled across the room stopping to take leave of several mutual friends.

Sherry Gloag
Sherry Gloag

When we to the news of the many and great achievements of modern-day adventures and explorers we almost take it for granted they’ve had hundreds of thousands of pound of backing for their ventures from big international conglomerates hoping to cash in from the publicity.
But what can it have been like if you had to endure those same kinds of conditions in an effort to stay alive?
In Vidal’s Honor, Honor, Lady Beaumont, finds herself forced to flee across war-torn Spain in July 1812 to avoid unknown enemies who are determined to silence her. With only two local guides and a man from her past to help her, Honor must conquer the dangerous climb over the Spanish Pyrenees, across France and back to a hostile reception in England in order to have a chance at happiness. 
Even as I put my heroine and hero through such adversities, I couldn’t help wondering how on earth adventurers managed to survive such rigours when they faced similar challenges for adventure and fun—and without the huge commercial funding available today.

Author Links:-
My Website: http://www.sherrygloag.com 
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Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Sherry-Gloag/e/B0042QD6S6/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1360671503&sr=1-2-ent 

Multi-published author, Sherry Gloag is a transplanted Scot now living in the beautiful coastal countryside of Norfolk, England.  She considers the surrounding countryside as extension of her own garden, to which she escapes when she needs "thinking time" and solitude to work out the plots for her next novel.  While out walking she enjoys talking to her characters, as long as there are no other walkers close by.
Apart from writing, Sherry enjoys gardening, walking, reading and cheerfully admits her books tend to take over most of the shelf and floor space in her workroom-cum-office.  She also finds crystal craft work therapeutic.

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1 comment:

SherryGLoag said...

Thanks you Jen and Jules for inviting me to guest on your blog today. :-0