Dorset, 1100: On the eve of a dreaded marriage, Anglo-Norman heiress Adelise is kidnapped by English outlaw Edmund, then held to ransom.
Adelise hadn’t enjoyed her position as pawn in the game of politics between her treacherous cousin Ivo, and those jostling to position themselves in line to the throne of England.
Her handsome, complex kidnapper might just be the best thing that could happen to her, and to the people she governs ... if she can discover and overcome the secret that makes him treat her as his enemy. (80,630 words)
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About the Author
After a career as a surveyor in Sydney, Papua New Guinea and northern New South Wales, a life-long reader started writing himself.
He had stories published in magazines. Two novels picked up by an e-publisher. Won writing competitions. Became a writing-comp judge.
Best of all, his wife was an accredited editor. That’s why her name appears with his. They’re a team. She keeps his prose tight and his characters’ dialogue believable.
After you rip through your first book, you’ll want more. That’s fine. For your pleasure, he has spun more stories in many different and fascinating historical epochs, as well as in the present and near-future.
Love being swept up in intriguing plots, memorable characters and dangerous historical periods? You’ll really enjoy these page-turners!