Thursday, 25 December 2014

Merry Christmas

                                   M E R R Y  C H R I S T M A S


                                        A JOYOUS NEW YEAR

                                              to all my readers

Thank you for all you emails and support. I love hearing from you and you are all

                                             very special to me.

                                                  Kate Tremayne

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Fire of London

A must see for lovers of Historical Fiction is the new ITV Drama The Great Fire on Thursday at 9pm.

This is a wonderful drama depicting the great fire of London in 1666.  The settings have really captured the costumes and atmospheric period of the times.

In the fourth novel of my Angel Players series PRINCES AND PLAYERS the Angel family are caught up in the drama of the fire of London and it was a fascinating subject to research and bring to life.  Princes and Players also had the Angel family living through the drama of the Great Plague previous to the fire as well as following the lives of the family working in the Restoration Theatre and the court intrigue.

The four novels of the Angel Players series deals with three generations of adventurers, rogues, and playwrights in the Elizabethan era of Plots to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I and the early Elizabethan theatre through to the English Civil War, Restoration of Charles II and the flamboyance of his court and theatre.

Saturday, 19 April 2014


Happy Easter to all my readers.

As a thank you for your loyalty and support ROGUES AND PLAYERS the first book of the Angel Players historical series set in Tudor and Stuart times is FREE to download as an ebook on Amazon kindle until 23rd April.


Monday, 17 February 2014

Woman of Conflict 17th century romance

Woman of Conflict another ebook in the Women of Chivalry series is now available on Amazon kindle.  Again I cannot upload the cover to show.

England 1685: Forced into marriage with Jake Masters, disowned by her grandfather Oliver Ashleigh, and the country on the verge of rebellion as the Duke of Monmouth plots to take the throne from his uncle King James II – Rebecca fears what else life could throw at her.
Aware that Oliver Ashleigh supported the rebellion and it appears that Jake, once befriended by the Duke, acted as Monmouth's agent with his followers. But a feud between the Ashleighs and Masters prevented Oliver trusting Jake and he expected Rebecca to be his spy.
Though attracted to her enigmatic husband, he is a stranger to her. Who can she trust?
Soon Rebecca’s loyalty is tested. John Churchill was known to be King James’s man, yet her husband who had once served under Churchill as a captain in the King’s army had meetings with him. What hope did she have of salvaging a marriage out of disaster when Jake refused to discuss the future and was hiding a dark secret from his past?

new historical romance with mystery and suspense

The latest ebook in the Women of Chivalry PENRUTHIN's wife is now available on Amazon kindle. 

Unfortunately I cannot get the picture of the cover to load but here is the book information

The battle-scarred pilgrim returning after seven years fighting in France and being captured by the Moors was hailed as Alaric, Lord of Penruthin Castle. His child-bride, Eloise, had been left a virgin in her marriage bed, and was now a beautiful woman, But in her husband’s absence the estate had been controlled by his brother Stephen, who weak and corruptible had bled it dry.
Only Alaric as the eldest legitimate son, had the power to put things right. But Eloise was not convinced that it was her husband who had returned and Stephen was quick to declare him an imposter. Yet if the pilgrim was not her husband, would Eloise be forced to sacrifice her virtue and honour to save her own life and Penruthin from ruin…

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Silk and Sword published today

Conflict and passion in the last year of the Wars of the Roses.

Lady Eleanor Twyneham’s first meeting with the outlaw Conrad D’Arton had been traumatic, but he had eventually acted with honour. Conrad made no secret of his hatred for the Twyneham name, nor of his all-consuming determination to reclaim the birthright, Highford Castle, lost to him when his father fought for the Lancastrian cause against the Yorkist King. And Highford Castle is now the Eleanor Twyneham’s prized dowry.
Even so, Eleanor knew that a Lancastrian exile stood little hope of success while Richard III ruled England. Then, in the fateful year of 1485, Henry Tudor defeated Richard in battle, and Conrad returned in triumph…
Eleanor refuses to submit either her lands or her honour to her father’s sworn enemy, but despite all her courage fate continues to mock her when a sinister family secret threatens everything in her future.