The Queen's Lady

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Delacorte Press, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 313 pages
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Book II in The Lacey Chronicles†offers another tale of romance, deception and destiny.†

England, 1584.

When beautifulLady Jane Rievaulxbegins her service to the Queen at Richmond Palace, she is thrilled to see the court's newest arrival . . .Master James Lacey.

No matter that Jane was previously courted by the eldest Lacey brotheróJames is the one who has won her heart. For his part, James cannot deny his fascination with Jane; his plans, however, do not allow for love. He is about to set sail on a treacherous journey to the Americas, seeking absolution for what he sees as past sins. But when Jane is forced into a terrible situation by her own family, only one man can save her. Will Master James return to his lady before it's too late?

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The writing is great and the storyline great. - Goodreads
The ending was a bit to soon and hastily tied up. - Goodreads
I am becoming a huge fan of Eve Edwards' writing. - Goodreads

Review: The Queen's Lady (The Lacey Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Sara Bennett - Goodreads

3.5 stars Jane is a widow and her stepsons are after the money she got from the marriage. She takes refuge at court as a Queen's Lady, as her late husband and good friend told her to. There she finds ... Read full review

Review: The Queen's Lady (The Lacey Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Libby Ames - Goodreads

For Lady Jane, now the Dowager Marchioness of Rievaulx, fortune is not a luxury, but a curse. Before his death, her husband arranged protection for Jane by placing her in service as one of Queen ... Read full review

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EVE EDWARDS has a doctorate from Oxford University. She has visited Tudor houses, attended jousts, and eaten Elizabethan banquets to get the sights, sounds, and tastes right for The Lacey Chronicles, of which The Other Countess is the first book.

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