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February 17, 2010 - 4:23am

Coming from Dorchester in November 2010 THE BEAUTY In the glittering, sumptuous court of Eleanor of Aquitaine, betrayal lurks around every corner. The queen is at odds with her king, and to obey one could mean treason against the other.

January 24, 2010 - 9:56am

This action-adventure urban fantasy is set in the jungles of India. Archeologist and TV celebrity Annja Creed is working on a dig in India when a freak tsunami floods the site and nearly kills her.

January 23, 2010 - 2:47am

This literary historical/time-travel novel is set in medieval and modern-day France. Amateur archeologist Alice Tanner is working on a dig in the Pyrenees when she unearths a hidden cave containing an altar, human remains, and a mysterious ring that may hide the key to the Holy Grail.

January 1, 2010 - 3:45am

In this elegant historical novel, clever Eloise Rousell is a noblewoman’s illegitimate daughter–a gifted seamstress to Protestant princess Elizabeth Tudor. When Elizabeth’s strict Catholic sister, Bloody Queen Mary, takes the throne, the queen’s ruthless persecution of heresy threatens highborn and common alike.

December 25, 2009 - 9:40am

In this epic historical romance, set in medieval Scotland and England during the Wars of the Roses, orphaned countess Adair Radcliffe is the bastard daughter of King Edward of Lancaster, a powerful woman in her own right. When an arranged marriage to a loathsome boy leaves her estranged from the king, then widowed and disinherited, Adair has only her wits to defend her.

December 19, 2009 - 9:51am

This futuristic romance is set in the year 2176 in a penal colony that’s a cross between a toxic-waste dump and a Regency London ballroom. Escaped convict Jenny Red swore nothing would ever take her back inside the notorious prison colony of Newgate, Australia, until prince-turned-rebel Deck Han Valoren makes her an offer she literally can’t refuse.

December 19, 2009 - 3:46am

This medieval historical romance rose to my attention as a recommended read from the recent Romantic Times magazine feature on medieval romance – a sub-genre set in a darker and less glittering era than the perennially-popular Regency and Victorian romance. In the romance industry, medievals are alternately praised and reviled.