Heart of Vengeance belongs to the Jewels of Tomorrow series.
It’s actually book 5 of the series, but books 1, 2 and 4 haven’t been written yet. Book 3 is Diana by the Moon, which was released a couple of weeks ago.
I’ve released these two books out of order, but the order of reading isn’t terribly important unless you really want to move through history in a linear fashion.
The last book in the series ties all the books up together, and that book will be the last released.
The full series, and their historical settings, are:
1. The Perilous Maiden — c335BCE
2. To Soothe a Savage Heart — 60 AD
3. Diana by the Moon –– 491 AD
4. The Heart of the Enemy — 871 AD
5. Heart of Vengeance — 1190 AD
6. The Cherlebury Rose — 1471 AD
7. The Duchess of Winter — 1890 AD
8. Despite the Sands of Time — The Present
So for now, the two books that are written can be enjoyed as stand-alone titles.
A woman in search of revenge…. An honorable man with a dark past.
It is 1197, and King Richard, known as the “Lionhearted,” is fighting France while Prince John hatches his own plans back home.
To find her father’s killer, Helena of York must pose as a Norman in the great halls of Richard’s England. Her only desire is to kill the man who destroyed her father and her future. Should she be unmasked, her life will be forfeit.
Stephen, Count of Dinan, once Richard’s friend and trusted knight, is outcast for reasons shrouded in mystery. Known as the “Black Baron,” he is friendless in a glittering world he despises. His only goal is to restore his honor and once again serve his king.
Stephen’s suspicions draw him into Helena’s web of deceit, and the two outsiders find themselves tangled in a conspiracy that threatens the throne of England itself, while their embattled hearts grapple with a far greater challenge.
Heart of Vengeance is part of the Jewels of Tomorrow series.
Finalist, Best Medieval Historical Romance – Romantic Times
CAPA Nomination for Best Historical Romance
Night Owl Reviews Reviewers’ Top Pick
Historical romance at its best. With perfect amounts of suspense, intrigue and passion the novel is simply impossible to put down. Night Owl Reviews
I’m convinced the author’s beautiful story, coupled with historical accuracies intertwined in such a way, you couldn’t possibly debate its winning outcome. Love Romance Passion
Exceptionally well written, the reader feels they have walked straight in to the forest and castles which are richly detailed throughout the story. Single Titles.
Finally, another author not afraid to include historic details in her historical romance. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves rich details, and a wonderful story that will pull you into the time period. Kristi Ahlers, Amazon Top 1000 reviewer
With a myriad of secondary characters ranging from King Richard to Robin Hood, Heart of Vengeance captures the reader from the start. Romance Reviews Today