The Queen's Lady

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Penguin Books Limited, Feb 3, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 352 pages
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1584 - Surrey, England

When Lady Jane Rievaulx begins service to the Queen at Richmond Palace, she is thrilled at the court's newest arrival . . . Master James Lacey.

Despite her previous courtship with his older brother, James is the man she truly loves. And for his part, he cannot deny his fascination with her. However, James is setting sail on a treacherous journey to the Americas, seeking absolution for what he sees as past sins.

But when Lady Jane is forced into a terrible situation by her own family, there is only one man to save her. Will Master James return to his lady - before it's too late?

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User Review  - A_Reader_of_Fictions - LibraryThing

Not gonna lie, the opening of The Queen's Lady threw me for a loop. Last I knew where the characters were left in The Other Countess, Lady Jane was going to go find James and tell him why she broke ... Read full review

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User Review  - RivkaBelle - LibraryThing

Review originally published on my blog: eARC provided by publisher for review The Queen's Lady begins not long after The Other Countess ends, picking up the story of Lady Jane ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Eve Edwards has a doctorate from Oxford University and thinks researching a large part of the fun for writing historical fiction. She has visited Tudor houses, attended jousts and eaten Elizabethan banquets to get the sights, sounds and tastes right for this book. And, yes, she can testify that it is possible to eat neatly without the modern invention of the fork. She lives in Oxford and is married with three children.

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