BOOK #2


Royal Imposter is a Historical Romance set in seventeenth century France at the end of the Wars of Religion that has plagued the country for decades. Young Gemma Marseau is a lady-in-waiting at the court of the captive Queen Marguerite Valois who was exiled from Paris for her promiscuous lifestyle which brought shame to the monarchy. Gemma is of noble birth and is betrothed to Sir Jay Fontaine who is next in line for the French throne. Her marriage plans are marred by her suspicions that her parents are not her real family, and that she is not of noble birth after all. She begins to seek answers. Along the way she meets Raoul Rousseau who is a knight in King Henry IV's guard. They fall in love. Gemma is not interested in a relationship with a poor knight and rejects his advances. Raoul is not what he seems, but he helps her discover her identity and true love. 


               PLUS SHIPPPING

Royalty's Kiss:

The year is 1603 and Queen Elizabeth I has just died. England is now totally Protestant and Catholics are feared, abused, and unwelcome.  King James VI, King of Scotland, the one who had the Holy Bible translated into English and the author of ‘The Divine Right of Kings,’ is on his way to England to be crowned King of England and Ireland. His hope is to unite the three countries and rule them as one under the title of ‘Great Britain’ and to rid the country of Catholic priests and their subjects.

Like his predecessor, Queen Elizabeth I, he will impose heavy recusant fines on all Catholics who refuse to join the Protestant church. These oppressive policies put the Catholics on the defensive. To protect their ability to worship in the Catholic Church, they must hide from authorities and offer refuge to Catholic priests sent by the Pope to bring the English people back to the Catholic Faith. If caught, they face imprisonment, torture, and death.   

Marriage to Prince Raoul Rousseau of the Royal House of Orange required an overwhelming change of lifestyle. When a royal kiss touched the life of Angelique Bonnet, her free spirit resisted even though the promise of love to Raoul intrigued her. She had loved him since they first met, but love was not enough for he was a dedicated ruler and she was a seasoned pirate and murderess.


            PLUS SHIPPPING



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