Through a Dark Mist
The author of The Blood of Roses presents the dark forests and royal intrigues of medieval England. En route to her wedding, Lady Servanne's party is attacked by notorious Black Wolf and his band. Her kingdom's future is changed forever when she and Black Wolf submit to their growing passion, and... show more
The author of The Blood of Roses presents the dark forests and royal intrigues of medieval England. En route to her wedding, Lady Servanne's party is attacked by notorious Black Wolf and his band. Her kingdom's future is changed forever when she and Black Wolf submit to their growing passion, and he claims to be the true heir to her future husband's title.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 1991
Pages no: 472
Edition language: English
Series: Robin Hood (#1)
Young and recently widowed Lady Servanne de Briscourt has been sold by Prince John, regent of England, into marriage to Lucien Wardieu, Baron de Gournay. Not that she’s complaining too much about it. Her groom-to-be is tall, fair, and extremely handsome—though she’s seen him only once and from afar—...
All that is left of Bolingbroke Castle in Lincolnshire★★★★✩ If you want the ambience of the Medieval Ages, with all its swashbuckling, pageantry and brutality, as well as a historical with a good plotline, plenty of twists and a bit of a “tongue-in-cheek” nod to an oft told – but great – legend, th...
3.5 stars. After taking a fairly long time to get through this, I've concluded that it’s a very well crafted example of a subgenre of book I don't much care for. It was entertaining in many ways, but for much of it, didn’t really draw me in.Through a Dark Mist, first in a series set in the England o...
This was my first foray into pure historical romance (the kind without a supernatural twist) in many years. And this was probably the perfect book to lure me back into the age of swashbuckling knights on their majestic destriers and beautiful maidens who fall in love with them.Through A Dark Mist is...
After reading this book I was amazed that Amazon had it for free in the Kindle Store. this book is set somewhere in the 10-12th century. I am not good at writing reviews, because I would end up giving away everything in the book. But this book is a must read. I can not wait to get the second in ...
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