Book length - 199 pages
Publisher - Self-Published
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I want to thank April Munday for providing me with a copy of this book for review.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Four brothers – one battle that changes everything
1357 - Ancelin Montfort returns to England as his father's heir, following the death of his older brother at the Battle of Poitiers. Everything he does from now on is to prepare him to be the Earl of Somerton, even marrying the woman his father has chosen for him.
Emma has loved Ancelin through the months of his absence, but the man who has returned from war is not the man who left. As the day of their wedding draws near, she wonders if she ever knew him at all. Then he accuses her of betraying her with another man. Can she convince him of her innocence? Does she want to?
The first book in a historical series that focuses on a group of brothers set in the fourteenth century, THE HEIR'S TALE by April Munday weaves a fascinating and compelling tale of power and love while painting a picture of life at that time.
When Ancelin Montfort returns to England it is as his father's new heir which plays heavy on his mind. Having never been raised with this duty at the forefront, Ancelin is concerned about what his future will hold. And then there is wife to be, Emma. Plain but kind, much like himself, can he truly be happy with her? Especially when there is the seductive Alice, his brother's widow waiting in the wings.
Add in plenty of intrigue and drama from that time period, and this story will definitely hold your interest. There were plenty of moments that made me uncomfortable and really appreciate the fact that I live now and not back then, but history is what it is and this is well portrayed throughout.
THE HEIR'S TALE by April Mundy is a well-paced historical story with characters of all types (some that you will love and some that you will loathe) and I look forward to reading more.
April Munday writes historical romances set in the fourteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
She enjoys writing about intelligent men who know how to protect the women they love and will do so regardless of the cost. Her heroines are the equal of their men and will do whatever is necessary to be with the man they love.
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Hi fellow bookworms. My name is Linda and I'm a reviewer & blogger, wife & mother who loves all things books!
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