Just an update 🙂
Working full time on the next Pyte/Sentinel book, but in my spare time I am finishing up a book that is nearly finished, the Historic Neighbor from Hell. This book a light historic novel written in my usual style.
This is how it all began, the Bradford appetite, the quirks, arrogance and tendency to drive women insane.
Here’s an excerpt from Truce: A Neighbor From Hell
When he didn’t respond she got nervous. She looked up slowly to see him practically shaking with rage. She gulped. Giving him a tentative smile she asked, “Too far?”
Slowly he nodded. His fists clenched tightly.
“Oh dear.” She jumped to her feet and ducked just as he reached for her. For some reason she always went too far where he was concerned. It really couldn’t be helped though, it was too much fun to pass up.
She hiked up her skirts and ran as if her life depended upon it. With one look behind her she realized that it just might. He was chasing after her. She shrieked, but didn’t stop. Her father stepped out into the hall in front of her, flanked by James and Lord Bradford.
“Elizabeth?” he asked, stunned.
“Too far!” she said as if those two words would explain why a grown man was chasing his daughter. Evidently it did because all three men laughed and nodded knowingly. She didn’t stick around to see if her father was going to help her . There was a madman chasing her after all.
“Beth!” Robert roared.
Copyright R.L. Mathewson 2013