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Limoges 1364 – When Joscelin saves Elaine’s life in a religious riot neither expects to see the other again. Six years later Joscelin returns to Limoges with an army and lays siege to Elaine’s home. When the army enters the town he has to get to her before anyone can harm her… or worse.
The Traitor’s Daughter
It is October 1338 and England has been at war with France for a year. Lady Alais de Montjoye is travelling to her wedding where she is to be married to a man she has not seen in four years. Her journey takes her to Southampton on the morning it is attacked by the French. Rescued from certain death by Sir Hugh de Liss, Lady Alais finds that doing her duty by her betrothed husband might not be as easy as she thought.
Sir Hugh knows that Lady Alais is the daughter of a man who fought against the king he now serves, but cannot deny the attraction between them. As they begin their journey north, neither of them can imagine where the conflict between duty and desire will take them.
The Winter Love
England, October 1357
Days before she is due to take her vows, Eleanor de Wrey is kidnapped from her convent by Henry Attewood, a soldier returning home from France. He declares himself her rescuer, but she is not so sure. They join the ship of Henry’s brother, a wine merchant, Edward. Both brothers are attracted to the young nun, but all Eleanor wants is to get back to her convent. None of them knows what it will cost them before she can return.
Richard de Charimaux arrives in England as a prisoner after the battle of Poitiers. He is not able to pay his ransom and his family is unwilling, so he must serve the man to whom the ransom is owed. Homeless, kingless, crippled and speaking little English, Richard must find his place in a hostile household which believes he is the enemy and has no value. He soon decides that he belongs by the side of his captor’s daughter.
The Heart that Lies
In Regency England no one is quite what they appear to be and lies are put on when one dresses each morning. In the summer of 1811 the Earl of Meldon is trying to unmask the murderer of his fellow spy, without success. He is distracted from this task by the arrival of a young woman in his house. The last thing Meldon wants is another distraction from fighting the French, let alone a distraction clever enough to work out what he’s doing. When a French agent proposes marriage to his guest, Meldon has to take action.
The death of her brother leaves Lady Anna alone and homeless. England in 1811 is a dangerous place for a woman on her own, but Anna has to make her way on her wits. Even her active imagination can’t predict how dangerous her life in London will be.
The Heart that Hides
In the spring of 1812 Regency spy Edmund Finch returns to London after a failed mission on the Continent. Physical and mental exhaustion keep him away for society for some time, but when he returns to it he is introduced to a beautiful woman who steals his heart. Is she, however, a fit woman to be the mother of his young son? And what of Sophia, a young woman whose intelligence delights him, but who has attracted the attention of his closest friend’s nephew. Finch’s friends fear that he is not in a condition to make the right choice. Finch can only follow his heart, when he understands it.
The Heart that Wins
In early 1815 it seems that the war with Bonaparte is over, but Sophia Arbuthnot is not so sure. When she learns that the exiled Emperor is about to reclaim his throne, she flees to Paris where she meets the man whose proposal of marriage she rejected two years before.
Captain John Warren has fought his way from Spain to Paris in an effort to put Sophia behind him, but now he has to face up to the choices he made as a boy. Before things can be resolved between them, they both have to face up to the choices that they made and confront the French spy who is working against them. Can first love have a second chance?