Maiden of Invernessby Arnette Lamb
Barely on the threshold of womanhood, Meridene prepares to assume her responsibilities as the revered Maiden of Inverness, until a sinister act by King Edward I causes Meridene/i>/i>
From the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of Chieftain comes a magnificent new tale of love and intrigue set in the regal and sensual age of medieval Scotland.
Barely on the threshold of womanhood, Meridene prepares to assume her responsibilities as the revered Maiden of Inverness, until a sinister act by King Edward I causes Meridene to be betrothed to a lowly butcher’s son.
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Arnette Lamb (1947-1998) was the New York Times bestselling author of Chieftain, Border Lord, and other historical romance novels. She won multiple awards for her writing, including the Romantic Times Best New Historical Author award.
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I thought this was a great historical romance set in a time you don't usually read about. I don't think you can really compare one author to another and be fair because each person brings a little something to a novel that is unique. Ms. Lamb's take on the story is refreshing and I could not put it down.
Strong yet witty male lead, stubborn lady. Better writing than most, but some parts were difficult to understand. I will read another of Lamb's novels.