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LADY IN WAITING
by Denise Domning

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Elizabethan England

1998 BEST BRITISH ISLES HISTORICAL ROMANCE Nominee

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Christopher Hollister will do whatever he must to regain his family's honor, especially for his crippled brother, Nicholas. He would even make a deal with the devil in the guise of a beautiful and powerful noblewoman. Christopher vows to ruin an innocent to save his home.

Lady Anne Blanchemains' ruthless grandfather has planned for the day he could send her to court and thus gain favor in Queen Elizabeth's eyes. He decrees that Anne find a wealthy husband among the queen's courtiers.

Anne is an innocent sent into a nest of vipers, but she is not a fool. When the Queen insists that Christopher teach her to dance, Anne finds herself alone with the one man she finds attractive and interesting. Christopher couldn't ask for more; his prey has been delivered into his hands. But neither count on the powerful attraction between them, nor the vicious betrayals and treacheries that surround them.

LADY IN WAITING is a glittering gem of a romance that will delight and enthrall. Denise Domning gives us colorful characters, a sparkling backdrop and a love story to remember. You can count on Ms. Domning for the best in historical fiction. SENSUAL (Jan., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Topaz

Published: Jan 1998

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