Fidele by Jenna Lynn Brown
Well, y’all. After much editing and rewriting, much frustration, many obstacles, and much self-doubt, Fidele is now available for purchase.
Thank you so much for reading it while it was in progress, and letting me know if you enjoyed it. This was the story of my heart for four years, but now it’s time to set it free to seek its fortune.
Fidele is available at these retailers.
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I’ve finished Fidele, my serialized novel! (Link goes to the serial’s main page.) This snippet is from Chapter 4: Malcolm sees Noel for the first time.
He was tall and broad-shouldered, with wide-set eyes that swept over the lounge in a cool, measured way, and a stern set to his features, like someone accustomed to being in command. His dark hair was pushed back from his face, thick, wavy, and longer than was currently fashionable. His clothes fit his body perfectly, from the cuffs of his raincoat to the toes of his Oxfords, and all looked expensive and custom-made. His bearing was military-straight, not an unusual sight in those post-war days, his shoulders a perfect square and his feet planted solidly on the marble floor.
He was the most beautiful man I’d ever seen. Just one look and I wanted him, fervently and fully and without hope of possession.
Breaking in the new blog with a snippet! I’m posting a serialized novel called Fidele:
A house full of ghosts is no place to fall in love.
“And the third wheel?”
“We’ll make it work. Don’t leave me standing here, cowboy.”
I sighed and put my hand in his, and we went out onto the dance floor.
Before the war, I loved to dance. I could do the lindy hop with the best of them, even though I preferred to dance with whoever I was going home with that night than any of the girls I partnered with.
The story so far…
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