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- Print Length: 230 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Press (September 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2015
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QP3CZRC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #471,763 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It's the early 1200s in England. King John is dead and has been succeeded by his son Henry III. It's the time of knights and serfs and castles and sieges and jousting and it's also a really bad time to be a woman, especially a wife, in particular for heroine Faye.
Faye is the oldest daughter in Sir Arthur of Anglesea's family. It's a close-knit, loving family (with enough siblings to keep this series going for a good while). Faye's marriage years ago to the Earl of Calder was arranged by her father, unwittingly thinking it was a good match. If he had only known. Calder is an evil, abusive man. Well, Faye has finally had enough and with the help of Sir Gregory, a knight in Calder's service, has taken her two sons and escaped to her family home of Anglesea.
Sir Gregory is our lovely hero. Although he has served for years as a knight, his real desire had always been to serve God as a monk. But then Calder married Faye and brought her to his castle and Gregory was a goner. Knowing he can't have her himself, he sets himself up as her knight-in-shining-armor to protect her and her sons as best he can from Calder's violent ways.Read more ›
The second half of the book in particular evolves into a roller-coaster ride of deep emotions and in-your-face confrontations that tugged at my heart strings and left me breathless. This book also saw the return of one of my favorite characters from the first book, Newt. This scamp is amazingly fun, and I look forward to seeing more from him and the rest of the Sir Arthur’s Legacy crew in the next book.
After taking her children and fleeing her brute of a husband, Lady Faye has been safe at her father's home. The years of abuse she suffered under Lord Calder can't be undone, but she's finding herself again and enjoying being a mother without having to fear for the safety of her children or herself.
Gregory was Lady Faye's friend and confidant when she was suffering at the whims of her husband, but now that he's seen her safely home, he's returned to his chosen path of seeking priesthood. But his time at the monastery hasn't erased Faye from his mind or heart, and when he's asked to save her young son, whom Calder has abducted, he can't say no.
Faye insists on going with Gregory, and no amount of insistence can persuade her differently. It's on her journey with him that she finds herself trying to resist her feelings for him, that one-time dream that he would be not only her friend and savior but her husband. Gregory's having the same issues, and the close proximity in which he finds himself with her doesn't help matters.
Their relationship made sense from the get-go, since Gregory knew her almost better than anyone, and he'd certainly witnessed the brutality she suffered for so many years. He'd been a friend to her the entire time, and as much as he wanted to devote his life to God, Faye always had his heart.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just an okay book. Plodding plot. Not at all memorable. I finished it but it was not compelling enough to keep me at it for too long a reading time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I do love a good historical book, I do tend to stick to regency or Scottish ones (all the lairds and such) but this medieval one was great. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sarah Greenwood
I enjoyed reading this book very much. I would recommend it to my friends to read. I looked forward to more of her books.Published 9 months ago by JESSICA Knight-Catania
This is a good love-story to read and a great ending to it.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is always nice to find a well-written medieval romance and My Lady Faye by Sarah Hegger fits that bill! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jenerated Reviews