Isabella Flees The Deadly Pestilence, Which Ravages London In The S She Escapes The Chill Hallways, Rampant With Illness, In The Manor House In Which She Lives, Along With Her Treacherous Cousin, Hastulf Who Has Dark Plans Of His Own, Which She Wants No Part OfMatheu Of Thorneton, A Tournament Knight, Offers His Assistance To Her On Than One Occasion, When She Finds Herself At The Mercy Of Those Who Would Seek To Harm Her It Seems An Act Of God Has Brought Them Together, And Yet Duty To Others Will Continue To Keep Them ApartIsabella And Her Sister Are Soon Thrust Into A Bleak Situation, Where She Is Forced To Consider The Proposal Of Another Man S Hand In Marriage, One She Clearly Has No Love For Will She Accept His Offer In Attempts To Secure A Stable Future For Her And Her Sister, Or Will She Take A Chance And Risk Everything For Love I thoroughly enjoyed this story Very well written and perfect for Christian historical romance fans like me The setting is the 14th century when the black plague was spreading through Europe The twin sisters fraternal Blysse and Isabella go through trials and tests of faith in order to discover what God has planned for them In the end I m left wanting to read how the young Hawise and the reluctant Gawain fell in love Fun bookThis was a book any person who likes medieval stories would enjoy A good clean read, some surprises, a little mystery, and dose of humor here and there.
Kara McKenzie enjoys writing historical fiction with some interwoven themes and light romance Kara holds a bachelor s degree in Eduction and has taught over 25 years She s written various plays and books for her students and has published poetry She s always had a love for writing and books Her other interests include going to Lake Michigan to the beach, crossing the Mackinaw Bridge to spend t
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- 217 pages
- Isabellas Shield
- Kara S. McKenzie
- 06 April 2019 Kara S. McKenzie