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Best Books of the Year So Far
Looking for something great to read? Browse our editors' picks for 2015's Best Books of the Year So Far in fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, children's books, and much more.
Harlequin Historical: 'Twas a Love to Remember. . . Lady Gillian de l'Eau Clair would never forget what she had once shared with Rannulf FitzClifford. How could she, when he had disappeared so suddenly, leaving her with nothing but a cryptic message scrawled upon their betrothal contract? Now, four years later, Rannulf had returned under the guise of being a stranger. And though she wanted nothing to do with him, she'd agreed to keep his secret from her guardian. For Gillian could not deny that despite what he had done, Rannulf FitzClifford would always hold her heart.
Sharon Schulze began writing romance fiction shortly after graduating from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, while pursuing her first career as a civil engineer. She soon discovered that confirmed daydreamer/bookaholics can practice their craft anywhere, even someplace as unromantic as a wastewater treatment plant (her place of employment at the time!). In her writing, she gets the chance to experience days gone by--without encountering disease, vermin, and archaic plumbing.
The first four of Sharon's l'Eau Clair Chronicles are now available in e-book form. She's currently working on a spin-off series--Knight's Quest--as well as several medieval short stories from the world of the l'Eau Clair Chronicles.
A New Hampshire native, Sharon lived in Ohio and Massachusetts before settling in Connecticut over twenty five years ago. She and her husband Cliff share their now-empty nest--a medieval writer's dream complete with a moat and drawbridge (actually a lovely house with a porch, a brook and a bridge)--with visiting family and friends, and the occasional 4-legged grandchild.