As a pestilence sweeps medieval England, a low-born woman has only the sharpness of her wits-and the courage of her heart. . .
Edith of Warren Hamlet plays a dangerous game. At the knights' tourneys across the land, among the lords and ladies, she is a strange foreign princess. But in the privacy of her tent with the other survivors of her village, she is but a smith's widow with a silver tongue. They are well-fed, but if discovered, the punishment is death. And one knight-fierce, arrogant, and perilously appealing-is becoming far too attentive. . .
Sir Ranulf of Fredenwyke cares little for tourneys: playing for ladies' favors, when his own lady is dead; feasting, while commoners starve; "friendly" combat, when he has seen real war. Still, one lady captivates him-mysterious in her veils and silks, intoxicating with her exotic scents and bold glances. Yet something in her eyes reminds him of home. . .and draws him irresistibly to learn her secrets. . .
"Romantic and compelling. . .the author [has a] strong voice and narrative skills." -Red Roses Reviews (5 Red Roses) on A Knight's Enchantment
"A promising new voice!" -Shirlee Busbee
- Kensington, July 2011
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