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‘A Fallen Lady’ by Elizabeth Kingston

STORY: Six years ago, to the outrage of her family and the delight of London gossips, Lady Helen Dehaven refused to marry the man to whom she was betrothed. Even more shockingly, her refusal came on the heels of her scandalous behavior: she and her betrothed were caught in a most compromising position. Leaving her… Continue reading ‘A Fallen Lady’ by Elizabeth Kingston

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‘Fair, Bright, and Terrible’ by Elizabeth Kingston

STORY: Wales is conquered, and Eluned has lost everything: her country, her husband, her hope. All that remains is vengeance, and she will stop at nothing to have it. Certain there is no trace within her of the idealistic girl who loved Robert de Lascaux a lifetime ago, she agrees to marry him to advance… Continue reading ‘Fair, Bright, and Terrible’ by Elizabeth Kingston

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‘The King’s Man’ by Elizabeth Kingston

STORY: Ranulf Ombrier’s fame throughout 13th century England for his skill at swordplay is rivaled only by his notoriety as King Edward I’s favorite killer. Ranulf's actions have gained him lands, title, and a lasting reputation as a hired butcher. But after years of doing his king's bidding, he begins to fear for his mortal… Continue reading ‘The King’s Man’ by Elizabeth Kingston