His Captive Lady

His Captive Lady By Carol Townend, His Captive Lady Captured by the Warrior Lady Erica had tried to bring peace to her people so that they could join forces against the Normans Instead she became captive to the Saxon warrior Saewulf Brader Wulf was
  • Title: His Captive Lady
  • Author: Carol Townend
  • ISBN: 9780373305483
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • His Captive Lady By Carol Townend, Captured by the Warrior Lady Erica had tried to bring peace to her people, so that they could join forces against the Normans Instead she became captive to the Saxon warrior, Saewulf Brader Wulf was, in truth, a Norman captain spying on the enemy Chaste yet fearless Lady Erica wasn t part of his plan Her beauty was as disarming as it was captivating, but Wulf knew thatCaptured by the Warrior Lady Erica had tried to bring peace to her people, so that they could join forces against the Normans Instead she became captive to the Saxon warrior, Saewulf Brader Wulf was, in truth, a Norman captain spying on the enemy Chaste yet fearless Lady Erica wasn t part of his plan Her beauty was as disarming as it was captivating, but Wulf knew that once she discovered his deception, their fragile bond of trust would be destroyed.
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    About "Carol Townend"

    1. Carol Townend

      Carol Townend writes atmospheric historical novels medieval romances and sagas set in the colourful Europe of the Middle Ages Born in Yorkshire, England, she went to a convent school high on the Whitby cliffs Later, she studied history at Royal Holloway College, London She lives in London with her husband and daughter.Carol s first novel, Sapphire in the Snow, won the RNA New Writers Award Two other novels were shortlisted for the RoNA Rose award Betrothed to the Barbarian in 2013 and Unveiling Lady Clare in 2015.Carol loves research, and spends much time hunting for excuses to go on research trips She can often be seen teetering on the battlements of various European castles, or poring over a medieval map.

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    1. I am not a big fan of medieval romance because most of what I have read in the past either depresses me women are chattel , the book was unrealistic this was an unsanitary time, people didn t bathe regularly, lice bedbugs were not unusual, smallpox, sewage or the hero was unlikable CAPTIVE LADY takes place in the mid ninth century Anglo Saxon Kingdom of England immediately following the Norman conquest I admired Ms Townend for trying to guesstimate what life was like back then The hero, Captain [...]


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