The Surrender of Lady Jane

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Giving in to pleasure may be her undoing...or her greatest triumph.

Centuries ago, Sir Thomas Lynne was seduced by the faery queen Tatiana. He does her bidding while Tatiana’s magic keeps him young. Now she orders him to gain entrance to Kensington Palace, where he's to seize an infant, the future Queen of England, as prophecy says one day that child will defeat the fae once and for all.

To accomplish this he must seduce an attendant of the ...

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Overview

Giving in to pleasure may be her undoing...or her greatest triumph.

Centuries ago, Sir Thomas Lynne was seduced by the faery queen Tatiana. He does her bidding while Tatiana’s magic keeps him young. Now she orders him to gain entrance to Kensington Palace, where he's to seize an infant, the future Queen of England, as prophecy says one day that child will defeat the fae once and for all.

To accomplish this he must seduce an attendant of the Regency Court, the respectable widow Jane DeWitte. But as he entertains Jane with her most forbidden desires, it's she who takes hold of his heart...
 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425241257
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/5/2011
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Marissa Day writes in a variety of genres under another name. She lives and works in Michigan with her husband, son, and cat.

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  • Posted June 9, 2011

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    an engaging paranormal historical romantic fantasy

    Hundreds of years ago, the faery Queen Tatiana rescued injured sailor Thomas Lynne. She made him a knight in her court and occasional lover. Her magic keeps him young and alive so he does whatever she asks of him.

    Tatiana orders him to seduce Jane, an innocent human attendant to the pregnant Duchess of Kent. His actions will enable her and the fae to enter Kensington Palace where Tatiana plans to kidnap the infant when she is born. That baby is prophesized to become the Queen of England who will lead the mortals in defeating the fae for eternity. Thomas looks forward to his assignment until he falls in love with Lady Jane. If he betrays his queen, he literally will die; if he betrays his beloved, he will die of a broken heart anyway.

    The Surrender of Lady Jane is an engaging paranormal historical romantic fantasy starring a wonderful heroine and a divided lead male. The story line is anchored nicely in time and place with references to real persona, which in turn insures the fae become a real threat to the court of England. Although a deeper look into Thomas' past especially his ties to Tatiana would have explained his motives and doubts about where his loyalty lies, fans will enjoy this entertaining tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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