Lord of Endersley by S.A. Meade
(The Endersley Papers)

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The Endersley Papers series

The Endersley Papers are based on a cache of journals and papers discovered during renovations to the Library at Endersley House in Wiltshire.

They tell the stories of Endersley heirs and their lovers over several generations, from the mid nineteenth century to the present day, encompassing rebellions, war and revolutions to dark events much closer to home.



Lord of Endersley by S.A. Meade

Book one in The Endersley Papers series



Will the passion ignited during a violent uprising survive the rigid confines of Victorian society?

Jacob Endersley is glad to escape the confines of his family home for the exotic and dangerous beauty of India during the glory days of the Raj.

Marcus Billington, an Army officer, is tired of the stifling social mores of life in a British enclave. When the Sepoy Uprising o 1857 leads to chaos and bloodshed, the two men seek the safety of Agra and find refuge in each other.

Once the rebellion is quashed, Jacob returns to England while Marcus remains in India. They have no hope of a future together until Jacob learns that Marcus has returned to England. When they meet again, Marcus makes it clear there can be nothing between them and Jacob returns to Endersley resigned to a solitary life until Marcus arrives out of the blue and then everything changes.
S.A. Meade

About the Author:
S.A. Meade has recently returned to England after 8 years in Arizona, where she learned to love air conditioners and realised that rain wasn’t such a bad thing after all. She lives with her husband, son and two cats in one of the most beautiful villages in Wiltshire and is partial to gin and tonic with loads of ice and lemon.
 

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S.A. Meade has recently returned to England after 8 years inS.A. Meade has recently returned to England after 8 years in Arizona, where she learned to love air conditioners and rea Arizona, where she learned to love air conditioners and realised that rain wasn t such a bad thing after all. She liveslised that rain wasn t such a bad thing after all. She lives with her husband, son and two cats in one of the most beaut with her husband, son and two cats in one of the most beautiful villages in Wiltshire and is partial to gin and tonic wiful villages in Wiltshire and is partial to gin and tonic with loads of ice and lemon. ith loads of ice and lemon.
 
Published September 30, 2012 by Totally Bound Publishing. 175 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, History, Erotica. Fiction

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