THE LONGING: Book Five ~ Happy Release Day!

THE LONGING: Book Five RELEASE DAY ~ So thrilled to present the story of the final Wulfrith sibling, Sir Everard, and his lady, Susanna.

Current Amazon rankings:
#9 Christian Historical Romance ebooks
#10 Christian Historical Romance books
#22 Medieval Romance

Thank you, Readers!


In The Unveiling, The Yielding, The Redeeming, and The Kindling, the lives of the formidable Wulfrith family unfold during Duke Henry’s battle for the English throne and his succession. The fifth book in the series, The Longing, belongs to the last Wulfrith brother, the enigmatic Sir Everard, and the much maligned Lady Susanna de Balliol.


For years, Lady Susanna de Balliol has borne the blame for betrayal—well-earned, though not as believed by the man she can never forget. Now her nephew must prove his legitimacy or lose his claim to his father’s lands. When Susanna is forced to flee with the boy following an attempt on his life, will the one man who knows the truth of her nephew’s birth grant them sanctuary within his walls? More, will he aid the woman whom he believes cost him the love of his life?


Eleven years—a long time to have loved and lost. Certain he will not love again, Everard Wulfrith has committed his life to the command of Wulfen Castle. But when the girl whose betrayal he can never forgive appears to him as a grown woman and demands he atone for his sins, can he lay bare his past to aid her nephew? And what of his unexpected feelings for the scandalous Susanna de Balliol whose indiscretions may very well put his own to shame?

To read an excerpt of the tale of Sir Everard Wulfrith and Lady Susanna de Balliol, visit:

To purchase, visit Amazon or Barnes & Noble (coming soon to iBooks Store and Kobo Books)

8 thoughts on “THE LONGING: Book Five ~ Happy Release Day!

  1. Barefoot Believer says:

    I have just finished “The Longing” ……..sigh. It is hard to express how incredible this book is – – – there is so much packed into one book – – history, suspense, drama, and love – – and such a love. One for the ages. You have done it again, Tamara!! “My cup runneth over!” I don’t think I’ll ever get over that scene of Everard and Susanna on the roof of Wulfen in the midst of a storm – – – I won’t tell – – I don’t want to spoil it for others in the process of reading – – but it’s as romantic as Titantic or The Notebook – – my, oh my – – my heart is still melting in romantic delight!! I’m writing my review for Kindle, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. If you want a romantic get-away – – just read “The Longing” – – you will vacation in Camelot – “Aye”!!

    • Pam, you never cease to lift me up. Thank you so much for all your kind words and inspiration–and the Song of Solomon scripture that wound its way throughout the tale. I’m over-the-moon happy The Longing delivered the story your heart longed for. Wishing you a blessed weekend–and beyond!

  2. Barefoot Believer says:

    It was everything I had hoped for….. and more! You are gifted by God to write – – so march on Tamara! You have a blessed weekend also!

  3. jencudmore says:

    Yay yay yay! Buying my copy NOW!

  4. jencudmore says:

    Well, Tamara, you’ve outdone yourself. Just finished, and was NOT disappointed. I think this one was my fav. Remembered to write a review, too!
    Two questions:
    Is there possibility of paperbacks any time soon? Just curious, as that’s my preference when I read.
    Also, I would love to interview you on my blog later this summer. Do you ever do things like that?

    • Hi, Jen! So very glad to hear you enjoyed The Longing. I was a bit worried about it initially because of the length, but so far, readers aren’t complaining 🙂 As for paperbacks, I hope to begin releasing them in print by the end of the year, as well as in audiobook format. Yes, I’d love to do an interview with you. Just let me know what works best for you. Blessings!

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