We are pleased to announce that the new novel “Jezebeth: The Beginning” written by best selling author Stephanie Elisabeth Campbell is now available as an e-book worldwide. Set in the year 1550 and based on characters created by Damien Dante, this book will take you back in time to the world of Annabelle Wyck and Jonah Whitewood. The book is published by Keith Publications LLC, with Cover Artwork by Jeffrey A Swanson.
Now Available as an E-Book with the Print Novel Coming Soon!!!
Teaser From the Novel:
“No.” Mary grabbed her arm and pulled her back. “Do not as much as look at that Jonah Whitewood. He is a bad man. “Though the last thing Annabelle wanted to do was to tear her eyes away from Jonah, she was forced to back away. The last she saw of him before she turned around was the fact that he smirked at her. Mary clutched her fingers tighter, then she began to drag her down the hill toward the outskirts of the village. Mary was leading her toward their cabin.”You and the way you look at that awful, awful man,” Mary muttered as she walked. “How can you smile at him in such a way?” “You have your Thomas.” Heat filled Annabelle’s cheeks. Had she truly been looking at Jonah so intensely? “Why can’t I have someone I am fond of?” “You can be fond of someone, but not him.” Mary drew closer to the darkest part of the wood. “He is attractive, but I know of what he has done to women. I have heard that he beds them before marriage.” Annabelle hopped over a great log covered in moss. Her dress caught, and she was forced to tug at it to free herself. After she had freed herself, she straightened and continued on her way. “When have you been so focused on virtue, Sister?” Annabelle felt put off by Mary’s sudden speech. “You are the one who has always enjoyed playing with your partners.”Suddenly, Mary stopped before a great, towering tree with many leaves. Her expression was sober and her cheeks were as pink as a tulip’s petals. Her blue eyes were downcast and as dark as a vast lake with a churning current. “There is a great difference between igniting a man’s flame and letting him cook you with it.” Mary grabbed Annabelle’s shoulders and shook her. “I would not let a man take my virtue away from me. Giving a man a reason to be passionate will get you married. Allowing him to have his way will leave you alone and with the Devil’s child.”