C.J. Brightley

The King’s Sword

Erdemen Honor I


A Cold Wind

Erdemen Honor II


When retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne, he thought he was happy. He had shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor and respect.In the shelter of the palace, he finds peace and the promise of a life he never imagined. Yet his own choices, and brewing border troubles, may force him to a final sacrifice.A tale of love, honor, and forgiveness, A Cold Wind follows The King’s Sword in the Erdemen Honor series.

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A disillusioned soldier. A spoiled, untried prince. A coup that threatens the country they both love.When retired soldier Kemen finds the young prince Hakan fleeing an attempted assassination, he reluctantly takes the role of mentor and guardian. Keeping the prince alive is challenging enough. Making him a man is harder.As usurper Vidar tightens his grip on power, Kemen wrestles with questions of duty and honor. What if the prince isn’t the best ruler after all? Invasion looms, and Kemen’s decisions will shape the fate of a nation. What will he sacrifice for friendship and honor?

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I’m the author of the Erdemen Honor series, including The King’s Sword and  A Cold Wind. I’m working on the third book in the series, to be released winter 2013, as well as a separate urban fantasy / supernatural thriller series scheduled for publication in winter 2013/2014. I’d love to connect with you on Facebook, Google+, or my website at CJBrightley.com.

You can find my books at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes&Noble, Kobo, and the iBookstore.

I will be at Intervention (Internet+Convention) 2013 August 23-25 in Rockville, MD! I’ll be signing books, and you can get a free sneak peek into my works in progress. If you can’t make but you want to check out the books, please contact me directly and I’ll see what I can do.

Click here to read C.J. Brightley’s guest post on Writing as a Man. (Goes live at midnight, US Central Daylight Time, July 23, 2013.)


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