Wednesday, 23 October 2013
Geoffrey Chaucer brought medieval pilgrimage alive in his Canterbury Tales which are still famous today. Becket's tomb was destroyed in Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries.
My fascination with Chaucers Canterbury Tales and many visits to Canterbury Cathedral to visit the tombs of many of our monarchs inspired me to write my historical romance LURE OF TREVOWAN.
Friday, 18 October 2013
Available from this weekend new kindle ebook in the Women of Chivalry historical romance series. LURE OF TREVOWAN.
A HAUNTING MEDIEVAL ROMANCE IN THE TIME OF HENRY V. INTRIGUE, PASSION, SUSPENSE AND RICH IN ATMOSPHERIC TENSION DURING A PILGRIMAGE TO BECKET''S SHRINE AT CANTERBURY.
Following the death of her father, Lady Alynna is cast out of her family home. Stripped of rank, fortune and identity she resolves to discover the truth of the mystery surrounding her birth.
Championed by Richard Dreux, a handsome enigmatic pilgrim she journeys to Becket's shrine in Canterbury. A jester and a scarred cripple are her companions - the pilgrim her self appointed protector. But what dark secrets haunt him?
Alynna also has her secrets and her past cannot be escaped and shadows her future happiness. Only the Earl of Trevowan can save her, but having lost her heart to the humble pilgrim can she surrender to the powerful Lord Trevowan's will?