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THE QUEEN'S EXILES
by Barbara Kyle

Genre: Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Continental Locales
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1572 Europe

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Kyle brings a highly volatile, overlooked and fascinating period of history to life in this heart-stopping thriller. It opens readers’ eyes to entirely new locales and historical events often overshadowed, yet fascinating and significant in the overall history of Elizabethan England. Readers will savor the bold, charismatic protagonists, their adventures and the hold-your-breath action and historical detail. Kyle is a master at her craft.

After his wife’s betrayal, Adam Thornleigh has sworn to track her down and make her pay. When his ship is damaged in battle, he turns to Fenella Doorn and her men to repair the ship. Adam saved Fenella 11 years ago, and rescues her again now after she kills the powerful Duke of Alba’s man. They return to Brussels at a time when the Spanish are slaughtering the lowlanders and fear is rampant. Fenella hides right under the duke’s nose, joining a band of rebels while Adam hunts for his wife and children. Her courage and Adam’s determination bring them together, and a powerful love grows while danger rages around them. (KENSINGTON, Jun., 352 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: KENSINGTON

Published: June 2014

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