Rhiannon by Catherine E. Chapman

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Rhiannon, a Welsh farmer’s daughter, is smuggled into a walled English garrison town. Despite her mother’s awareness that Rhiannon is at risk of being discovered and accused of treason, she believes her daughter can pass for an Englishwoman and marry an Englishman.

Rhiannon is harboured by a merchant and his son but her happiness is shattered when her presence in their home is discovered. Taken to the castle, Rhiannon’s fate lies in the hands of Lord Edward. Will Lord Edward believe Rhiannon’s claim that all she wants is to be a lady?

A short, sensual Medieval romance.

"A bed-time story for grown-up girls," (4-star review, Goodreads).

About Catherine E. Chapman

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Published April 20, 2012 32 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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