Overview

England, 1073
Anora, the Saxon Lady of Fairhurst, has lost her husband in the war against William the Conqueror. Now the Bastard King has awarded Fairhurst Castle to one of his Norman knights, Rosard FitzGillen. If the man thought to walk in and take over, he would learn otherwise. As the siege turns from days to weeks, Anora vows to withstand the attack of her home. But with the Norman firmly entrenched in the village and the castle?s food ...
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Siege

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Overview

England, 1073
Anora, the Saxon Lady of Fairhurst, has lost her husband in the war against William the Conqueror. Now the Bastard King has awarded Fairhurst Castle to one of his Norman knights, Rosard FitzGillen. If the man thought to walk in and take over, he would learn otherwise. As the siege turns from days to weeks, Anora vows to withstand the attack of her home. But with the Norman firmly entrenched in the village and the castle’s food supply dwindling, her determination is tested.
Although Rosard is a seasoned warrior with two grown sons and a lifetime of experience on the battlefield, he is world-weary and in search of a home and peace. He believes he has found both in Fairhurst. But the lady of the keep is not willing to yield her home to him and wages a battle unlike any he has ever experienced. In order to find happiness he must lay siege not only to the castle, but to Lady Anora’s heart and win her love.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149354474
  • Publisher: Virginia Farmer
  • Publication date: 5/21/2014
  • Series: The FitzGillen , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 657,164
  • File size: 316 KB

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My storytelling career started at an early age when I, a fair-skinned redhead, attempted to convince my classmates that I was an Indian princess. Unfazed by this initial failure, I continued to spin tales about majestic castles, shiny knights on white horses and redheaded damsels in distress. So writing romance was a logical progression for me. I'm occasionally drawn from my fantasy world when my husband discovers yet another renovation project that I'm just dying to do!
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