Book List in Order: 11 titles

  • Hoping to help their North Cornwall community recover from the Second World War, cousins Emma Trevarisk and Lily Polleven struggle with Emma's disheartened fiance+a7 and threats to Lily's family home. By the author of Sea Scape. ...



  • Brings to life the legendary historical figure of William the Conqueror, beginning with his turbulent childhood as the illegitimate son and only heir of the Duke of Normandy. By the author of Command of the King. ...


  • Raised on Penwith Farm, where her mother works as a maid, Guinevere ""Jenny"" Ellis meets Julian Polleven of Polleven Manor, a neighboring estate, and boldly seeks a new life for herself. ...


  • Beware of your friends... In the early years of the Sixteenth Century, a strange meeting takes place between the new King Henry of England, eighth of that name, and a simple peasant woman blessed - or damned- with the gifts of sorcery and prophecy. H...



  • The tangled history of two Cornish families, torn by lust and revenge from an earlier generation, unfolds in this well-written, satisfying romance. Jocelyn, putative heiress of the Tregaran clan, is 10 years old when the story begins. The Tregarans a...


  • Across the shimmering desert sands comes a story of love and adventure, a story as passionate as a woman's hidden fantasies and as mysterious as the secrets of the harem. By award-winning author Mary Lide, Isobelle is a rich, romantic tale woven to c...


  • They were swept up in the clashes of kings-and the passion of lovers. As Castle Cambray's gates swing open and the hoofbeats of knights on horseback thunder against the earth, a saga of remarkable reality begins.Here,on the treacherous border betwee...






  • Ann of Cambray galloped across the Norman countryside, her flaming hair a banner unfurled in the breeze. Her lord, Raoul of Sieux was taking her home to the land of his childhood, to lie in his arms, to bear his child, to live in peace. But they w...


  • "The Lady Ann sits beside me, her tapestry untouched in her lap. The only sounds that disturb us are the cooing of the doves in their cote above the main castle gate and the distant surges of the sea:" So writes Urien. Bard to the Celts, as he record...