Monday, January 22, 2024

The Hussar's Duty (The Winged Warrior Series, Book 3) by Griffin Brady #AwardWinning #HistoricalFiction #RecommendedReads

The Hussar’s Duty

(The Winged Warrior Series, Book 3)

by Griffin Brady

A duty he believes in. A general he idolizes. But when doubts surface, will he stay true to honor or the chance to return to the woman he loves?

Poland, 1620. Jacek Dąbrowski scents war in the air. Away from the battlefield for five years, the renowned fighter yields to a growing itch and answers the general’s request to help lead the army against the Ottomans. But he’s torn between duty and family when the perils of combat force him to leave his defenseless wife behind.

Attending war councils and taking command of problematic noblemen, Jacek starts to doubt the mission and the sacrifice of being far from his loved ones. But his loyalty to his commander could put him on an irreversible path to disaster…

Will Jacek’s call to arms prove to be his death song?

The Hussar’s Duty is the breathtaking third book in The Winged Warrior Series historical fiction series and can be read as a standalone. If you like resilient heroes, gritty battle scenes, and enduring romance, then you’ll love Griffin Brady’s thrilling tale.


"Readers who enjoy historical romantic adventure will become immersed in Jacek's struggle to balance love for his family and to seek glory and ambition in his duty as a Hussar to the sovereignty of Poland. Highly recommended."
~ L D Tanner, Amazon Vine Voice

"What I find so compelling about Griffin Brady's writing is that she sets in place all the historical elements—social, political, and economic—that drive the characters' actions. In doing this, the resulting decisions made by those in the story ring true."
~ David Trawinski, Polish American Journal

"Author Brady's keen interest in the Polish Winged Hussars of the 16th and 17th centuries has once again delivered a must-read and potentially award-winning historical fiction that tells in detail events of Central Europe and the Ottoman Empire battle."
~ Ephantus M, Reader Views

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