My Lady's Favour #Historical #Romance#Medieval

My Lady's Favour #Historical #Romance#Medieval

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Elizabeth Keysian By LizKeysian1 Completed

How can a knight rescue a damsel from the distress of a loveless marriage when the bridegroom is his own cousin?
Hampshire 1338. 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.
Scarred by ill-fortune, Richard St. Aubyn discovers the woman of his dreams in the house of his cousin, Gilbert de Waltham. But the Lady Elena, thrown onto the mercy of the de Walthams after her father's treachery against his king, is already betrothed to Gilbert.
Elena, treated more like a possession than a person, does not love Gilbert, and is instantly struck by strong feelings for the handsome, courageous Richard. But a quarrel between her two suitors could lead to dishonour and even death, and when a rival to Elena arrives at the castle and accuses her of witchcraft, Richard prepares to sacrifice himself in order to save her.

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D_M_Smith D_M_Smith Dec 12, 2016
You forgot to capitalize the "A" in "Are". Good story so far though.
LizKeysian1 LizKeysian1 Jun 21, 2016
You also need to take into consideration which country the author is writing in. In UK it is perfectly acceptable to use speech marks singly. Please see Wikipedia on quotation marks for rules and variants.
C_Brower68 C_Brower68 Apr 10, 2016
This is a great book. Kudos to the author for fantastic job of writing.
XiaCoraline XiaCoraline Jun 21, 2016
Every time I find a good book they do the stupid 'this thing' instead is "this" I'm so mad I can't finish it
Silvahorsa Silvahorsa May 03, 2016
A well written historical story, but I have only read the first part. At the beginning some of the sentences were a bit 'passive' but suddenly the plot began to grow and the story began to form. I will continue to read your work, the best I have seen so far on this site.
pateroshill pateroshill Jun 04, 2016
I'll hazard a guess that Richard's disgust was towards Gilbert, not Elena.