Lonely widower Paul is ready to move on and start a new relationship, but he never anticipated meeting two captivating women at the same time. To complicate matters, Becky and Hayley are best friends-as different as night and day-and both fancy him.
The ladies want to recruit Paul and his jousting team for their television show, yet Paul is worried. This is an amazing opportunity, but can he navigate two love interests without damaging their friendship and the show?
In the midst of his healing, Paul also uncovers a hidden world full of bizarre dog bites, bodies drained of blood, and a mysterious task force. Finding love again is hard enough – can Paul protect his new relationships from this dangerous world he knows so little about?
Print books – Barnes and Noble https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/knights-errant-ian-d-smith/1122917037
Village Books and Paper Dreams https://www.villagebooks.com/book/9781948780322
About the author:
I’m a professional scientist with a career spent primarily in health care, and I live in the south-west of England.
Writing is one of my creative hobbies, and a fulfilling outlet for my overactive imagination. I’d love more people to read and hopefully enjoy my stories, even if writing never becomes a full-time activity for me. I’m an active member of the Erotica Readers and Writers Association, currently the editor of one of their website galleries for highlighting members’ stories.
Some of my work has been published in anthologies and I’m revising more with a view to publication. Thankfully, my muse keeps on whispering other story ideas, so I’ve plenty to write yet.
Where possible, I like to use my own experiences to add a bit of realism to my writing. I’ve been a horse rider for years, spent a day learning the basics of jousting, I enjoy archery, and have practiced a number of martial arts. I’ve also flown in a balloon, in gliders, helicopters, light aircraft and a supersonic RAF aircraft, driven a tank and a hovercraft, and been underwater in a submersible craft… maybe these will be helpful in my writing at some point. I’d love to forge my own knife one day, just because I can.