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The Princess And The Swineherd

The Princess And The Swineherd

Michael Bracken

When the evil wizard Vilemort abducts the beautiful Princess Maegth, a young swineherd named Hunig joins the search. During the search for the princess, Hunig also discovers herself.

Princess Maegth is the most beautiful woman in the kingdom, and, like many others, a young, female swineherd named Hunig has a crush on her.

When the evil wizard Vilemort abducts the beautiful princess, Hunig joins the search. In the company of a broken-down knight named Fearn-leah of Heathfield, Hunig trails the wizard and his entourage, battles dwarves transformed into swine, and faces physical and emotional challenges.

During the search for the princess, Hunig discovers herself. After rescuing the princess, she reveals her feelings and discovers the feelings are reciprocated.

But there isn’t time to become complacent. Vilemort and his dwarves are hot on their trail. Can Hunig prevent Vilemort from stealing the princess back, can she keep the broken-down knight from claiming credit for rescuing the princess, and can true love win the day?

The Princess And The Swineherd is a 6,400-word short story.

The Princess And The Swineherd releases on September 26, 2017!

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One Knight With The Swordsmith’s Daughter

One Knight With The Swordsmith's Daughter

Michael Bracken

After Sir Humphrey of Fox Glen commissions a new side arm from her father the swordsmith, Miriam finds her womanly scabbard aching to be filled by his manly sword.

All the women of Miriam’s village lust after Sir Humphrey of Fox Glen, newly arrived to attend to his aging uncle, Sir Edmund, Earl of Northwoods Shire. When the young knight commissions a new side arm from her father the swordsmith, Miriam discovers why.

Unable to reveal to anyone that she actually smiths the swords her father sells, and unable to reveal her own carnal desire for the young knight, Miriam listens to the village women’s bawdy comments about Sir Humphrey yet keeps her thoughts to herself, until a chance meeting at the waterfall where she bathes changes her life.

Miriam finds herself keeping more secrets than any woman should. But if she gets too close to Sir Humphrey, it might mean revealing her family’s secret. Does she dare risk her family’s heritage just to quench the fire in her loins?

One Knight With The Swordsmith’s Daughter is a 6,200-word short story.

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