Queens of Medieval Romance by Kathryn Le Veque

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Back by popular demand! Five Full-length Kathryn Le Veque novels of the strongest Medieval women in all the land. Like kick-butt heroines? Then this is the collection for you!

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Welcome to Medieval England, in all its glory, where the bravest of women learn the meaning of love and and fight for what they believe in. Historical Romance has never been so empowered or sexy in five of Le Veque’s most popular novels – great adventure, great love, and most of all, great happily ever afters. Discover the magic of these Queens of Medieval Romance, as only Kathryn Le Veque can create.

The collection contains:

Queen of Lost Stars – A woman, beaten by life and circumstance, discovers her strength and her worth in this powerful romance.

Serpent – A daughter of William de Wolfe trains as a knight, and thinks like a warrior, but when she falls in love, she risks her life in battle to save her husband.

Lady of the Moon – A lady outlaw, greatly feared, meets her match in a reluctant groom.

To The Lady Born – One of Le Veque’s most popular novels. A lady attempts suicide after a brutal attack only to fall in love with her savior.

Kingdom by the Sea – based on the Poe poem by the same name, a lady warrior faces off against at Viking raider in a battle of wits. Dreams do come true!

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