Love in the Roses (Love Through the Ages Book 1) by TL Clark – Review by Skylar Daniels
Love in the Roses by T.L. Clark
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is one of the first books that I have read from this author and I fell in love with it within the first few pages. The author has such a way with words that I was able to visualize everything the characters were seeing and feel everything they were in that moment.
Love in the Roses is the fictitious tale of a knight’s daughter, living life as it very well may have been in 1484. This stand-alone historical romance contains an abundance of marital bedchamber antics.
Isabel has never met her husband…
Their parents have arranged the marriage. But, when Isabel discovers who her intended is, it becomes apparent that he’s on the wrong side of the Wars of the Roses.
As a knight with honour, surely her father would not sacrifice their family to the House of Lancaster. Yet, to her horror, he insists upon the union with Sir William.
15th century England is perilous – betrayal and ruin are only ever a heartbeat away. And death hides behind every door.
Adventure through Medieval England in this intriguing story of love battling against all odds.
Love Through The Ages is TL Clark’s collection of historical romance books, exploring how love differs through the centuries.
I’m excited to see and read other books from this author. I highly recommend this author to anyone who loves historical romances. I was never a fan of them but this book changed my mind.
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