Hear Ye! Hear Ye! You'll Love Reading 7 Medieval Romance Novels
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Medieval Romance Novels
Agnes Moor's Wild Knight by Alyssa Cole
Alyssa Cole's Agnes Moor's Wild Knight is the story of Agnes Moor, an "exotic" employed by King James IV's court. As a woman of color in a predominantly white place, she's surprised when the king makes the prize of a tourney a single kiss from Agnes. She's even more surprised when a mysterious knight handily defeats each of his opponents to claim his prize. It turns out the Wild Knight wants more than just a kiss. He wants Agnes' love.
The Bride Gift by Sarah Hegger
1153 takes place during a time called The Anarchy. King Stephen and Empress Maud are caught up in a battle of the sexes, though they aren't the only ones. Helena of Lystanwold is determined to control her own life and find a husband for herself. However, her uncle tries to secure Helena's future with a proxy marriage to Guy of Helston, who represents everything Helena swore she'd never accept in a man. Guy sees Helena as a chance at finally gaining land and title and must do everything in his power to woo Helena.
Queen of Lost Stars by Kathryn Le Veque
By 1320, Queen Madelayne Gray l'Ebreux has lost everything that mattered to her, including her child and husband. Her husband was killed in battle, while his commander, Sir Kaspian St. Hever, was badly wounded. Because Madelayne's child died at birth, she gets asked to feed Kaspian because he is unable to eat solid food due to the wound on his stomach. An unusual bond develops between Kaspian and Madelayne and it doesn't take long for Kaspian to develop feelings for the queen. Will she ever heal and come to return his feelings.
Love Beyond Destiny by Bethany Claire
After Silva's husband dies, she jumps at the chance to start over in a new territory when opportunity presents itself. To do so, she has to reveal a secret she's held onto for years. Silva arrives at her new home and sees Marcus, a man she never thought she'd see again, wife of his best friend. He's thought about her each day since they met, and it's both wonderful and so difficult having Silva living inside his castle. Marcus doesn't know if Silva's heart will ever heal, but he is determined to wait, even if another secret could tear them apart.
Chivalrous by Dina L. Sleiman
Gwendolyn Barnes has always longed to be a knight just as her brother are. Despite being a strong and adventurous woman, it just isn't done in Edendale. Besides, her parents just see her as a chess piece they can use to better their position, even if that means marrying her to a brute who only wants to break her. Gwendolyn meets Allen of Ellsworth, a kind man with a good heart. He is someone she could see herself marrying, though everything seems to attempt to keep them apart. Will they finally reunite like they so desperately wish?
Just One Knight by Bridget Essex
In Bridget Essex's Just One Knight, Cinda is a baker who thrives on the process of making cakes. She dreams of landing one of Arktos City's knights and when she finally does, her girlfriend breaks up with Cinda over ridiculous reasons. To drown her sorrows, she decides a night out on the town is exactly what she needs. Talis is an Arktos stablehand who dreams of becoming a knight, but her notorious family name holds her back. She too decides to drown her sorrows during a night out. Talis' best friend convinces her to borrow a suit of armor to wear, setting off a serious of mistaken identity and a heartwarming love story.
Taming the Highlander by Fiona Faris
When Siusan, daughter of the laird, nearly gets kidnapped by outlaws, a Highlander named Uileam steps in and saves her life. Uileam is immediately taken with her, in awe, but there is one problem: Siusan is betrothed to a knight. Cailean would be able to provide security for Siusan and her family, but after meeting Uileam, Siusan doesn't want him. She wants the brooding Highlander. It turns out their is a bloody feud between Uileam and Cailean's families, complicating the situation. Now Siusan must choose between a secure future and love.
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