Review of The Ballad of Rosamunde in Audio

The Ballad of Rosamunde by Claire Delacroix, a short story and medieval romance in audioDebbie Haupt reviewed The Ballad of Rosamunde in audio on her blog today.

“It’s a story of unrequited love, betrayal and redemption told in her excellent epic medieval mode with period perfect vistas, dialogue and characters that jump off the page…The audible edition is once again put in the capable hands/voice of the brilliant Saskia Maarleveld, who has a way of bringing the listener body and soul into the story. And whose mesmerizing voice and seductive accent performs both male and female, fae and human characters meticulously with her marvelous vocal range and perfect intonations.”

Thanks Deb!

The Ballad of Rosamunde is available in audio, and is included in the digital bundle, The Jewels of Kinfairlie Boxed Set. You can buy it on its own in digital format from my online store. If you prefer print books, this short story is included in the trade paperback edition of The Snow White Bride. (Both editions are blue, but you’ll want the one with the couple on the cover.)

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