A Knight of Silence by Candace Bowen Early

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Nineteen year old Reina of Kenwick knows a lot about adversity. Deaf from a childhood illness, she is about to be banished to a convent by her cold and distant father. Baron Fulke of Erlegh has a tragic past. Throwing himself into a life of battle and debauchery, Fulke is removed from the field and commanded to take a bride. King Henry I. is a changed man since losing his only son and heir in the White Ship sinking. Intent to name his only daughter, Matilda, the first Queen of England, he seeks advantage over powerful opposition. Discovering Reina's unique ability to lip-read, Henry separates the two lovers and coerces Reina to spy for the crown under threat of harm to Fulke. In a battle between love and loyalty, Fulke and his courageous band of knights enact a plan that will free Reina from the king's grip or cause all of them to be executed for treason in... A Knight of Silence.

About Candace Bowen Early

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Exhibiting a lifelong passion for history and writing, Candace Early was inspired to create a story about a deaf heroine after seeing Marlee Maitlin's performance on Dancing With the Stars. Based in the twelfth century court of King Henry I, A Knight of Silence is the first volume in a Knight Series. Currently hard at work on Volume II, A Knight of Battle, Candace happily resides in Pompano Beach, Florida with her husband and young son. A member of Romance Writers of America, you can learn more about Candace by visiting her website at www.knightseries.com.
Published November 8, 2010 by Seven Realms Publishing. 306 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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