Heather’s Disguise – Excerpt from TOURNAMENT OF CHANCE

A loud insistent pounding at the front door startled Heather awake the next morning. A few moments later, she heard Ustin having a row with her father in the kitchen. Heather’s mother, still clad in a dressing gown, stepped into the bedchamber. She held a lantern aloft.

“Get up, Heather.”

“What’s happening, Mother?”

“Ustin and Kitty are here.”

“Kitty, too?”

“Aye. Put on your hunting gear, quickly.”

Aghast, Heather stared at Rose, wide-eyed. “But I’m going to the
tournament today. I’m to wear my best clothes.”

“Don’t argue with me. Ustin says you’re in danger.”

“What?”

“There are men canvassing the town for you right now, so there is
no time to waste. You must travel in disguise.”

Heather grasped a hank of her thick auburn waist-length hair. “How
are we going to hide this?”

Rose produced a pair of shears. “We can’t.”

In Tournament of Chance, a hunter’s daughter becomes the spark that ignites a revolution—in time.

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