Historic Flash Fiction Valentine’s Day Blog Hop — 37 Comments

  1. I really loved the setting for this story – Shakespeare and Scotland! I’d love to read more, especially if there’s a little spying\adventure thrown in.

  2. I really enjoyed your flash fiction Alina. Lucie and Rudgwick’s story sounds so intriguing and the setting of Scotland and Shakespeare is brilliant. Thanks so much for this wonderful opportunity. Happy Valentine’s Day ❤️.

  3. I like these kinds of hops since I get introduced to a lot of new atuhors.
    You write the kinds of books I enjoy reading.

  4. Poor Tristan had to almost fight for the one dance with Lucie, yet he seems determined to win her. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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  5. Rats that I’ll need to wait until autumn to see what’s going on with Lucie and Rudgwick! I enjoy spunky ladies and persistent gentlemen going at it. It sounds as if he’s about to go into the Battle of Waterloo, so I hope at least winning this one dance with her carries him through.

      • The mention of a fiancee dampened my anticipation for the relationship to develop but then again he has to survive a number of battles so anything can happen.
        Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. Oh my gosh! Now I cannot wait to find out what happens! Can a hero win your heart in just the above words? Oh yes, I could feel the pull he had for Lucie, but now I am totally intrigued! Thanks Alina and Happy Valentines!

  7. Love that blurb, the regency and medieval periods are wonderful periods for books as you get a taste of history with a vacation at home. Happy Valentines Day!

  8. Alina K. Field is a favorite author of mine. I love her book series, Sons of the Spy Lord.