THE MONTBRYCE LEGACY by Anna Markland

Montbryce Legacy                                         5 STARS

These are the stories of the Montbryce family who are from Normandy and go with Duke William to take the throne of England. It was fascinating to read of the history involved at the time: how they lived, comforts they had, food they ate, rewards given by William to the men who helped him. And each love story was beautiful. Definitely worth reading!

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CONQUERING PASSION The year is 1066. The world is about to change forever. Can love survive and flourish amid the carnage, hatred, betrayals and dangers of the Norman Conquest? Juicy historical fiction. An intimate story of passion,ambition, conspiracy, and vengeance.

A MAN OF VALUE: Set in the 11th century, Book Two of the Montbryce Legacy is the story of Caedmon Woolgar, the illegitimate son of a Norman Earl, Ram de Montbryce. A warrior who has always believed he is the son of a dead Saxon hero of the Battle of Hastings, Caedmon’s discovery of his illegitimacy threatens to destroy him and his marriage to Agneta Kirkthwaite. He seeks redemption by going off on the First Crusade. Agneta harbours hatreds of her own over the massacre of her family and the destruction of her home—a crime Caedmon unwittingly participated in.
Can love help them overcome hatred and forge a powerful dynasty of their own?
A Man of Value is a medieval romance, set against the backdrop of the rule of King William Rufus and the attempts of the Scottish King Malcolm to take control of Northumbria from the Normans. Caedmon’s heroism during the First Crusade takes the reader on an emotional journey to find himself as he travels across Europe to Asia Minor.

IF LOVE DARES ENOUGH: Violence arouses Hugh. He avoids women. But he cannot turn a blind eye to the abuse Devona suffers at the hands of her husband, even at the risk of angering his King.

PASSION IN THE BLOOD:  There is one man she is forbidden to love.Her family will stop at nothing to avenge a past wrong.

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