My Lady's Favour #Historical #Romance#Medieval

My Lady's Favour #Historical #Romance#Medieval

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Elizabeth Keysian By LizKeysian1 Completed

1338 Hampshire & Cornwall 
    Ill-fated or cursed? Richard St. Aubyn is tempted to believe the latter when he finds his perfect life-companion about to be wed to his cousin, Gilbert de Waltham.
    The Lady Elena, reviled as a traitor's daughter, detests Gilbert, and is sorely tempted by the attractions of Richard. But a quarrel between her two suitors could lead to dishonour or death. When a jealous rival accuses Elena of witchcraft, Richard sacrifices himself to save her. But will his sacrifice be enough?
    
    This book is set at a time when England is on the brink of war with the French, belief in witchcraft is rife and folklore and Arthurian literature have as deep a hold on the minds of the nobility as religion.
    
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    Copyright Elizabeth Keysian 2015 
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I actually came across this story after reading and reviewing "Distracting The Duke" and "Unmasking The Earl".
                              I have hopes that this one is just as good.
kushjb kushjb Nov 26
On wattpad. I have been reading beguiling the baron and decided to check out your other works. I am always fascinated by historical fiction.
Bhebel15 Bhebel15 Dec 03
Just flipping through the choices, I came across and decided to stop by! So glad I did! Love your writing!
I actually came across this story after reading and reviewing "Distracting The Duke" and "Unmasking The Earl".
                              I have hopes that this one is just as good.
I love this already. I have a fascination with the medieval era and your description of the setting is just absorbing. It's brilliant.
joan717 joan717 Mar 27
I read the preview and just knew i would enjoy, possible even not stop reading , it till the very end