From Library Journal
Summoned home from her convent refuge by her greedy, vindictive husband, Johanna of Stanrudde is stunned to find her town starving, herself accused of adultery, and her husband plotting the destruction of the only man she's ever loved. Strong, vivid writing and compelling characters quickly pull readers into the harsh reality of 12th-century Britain, and a multilayered plot and well-handled sexual tension keep them entranced. In the fifth and final volume of her "Seasons" series, Domning (Autumn's Flame, Topaz, 1995) uses dual time periods in alternating (and somewhat confusing) chapters to provide a well-researched, intensely sensual story of the medieval merchant class that nicely completes the set. Domning lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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"Denise Domning is spectacular! She explores every human emotion with acunning eye and an open heart! A brilliant and gifted writer! A LOVE FOR ALL SEASONS
is a book for all seasons! Beautifully written!" Kristina Wright -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved
-- From Literary Times
"In the fifth and final volume of her 'SEASONS
' series, Domning ... provide[s] a well-researched, intensely sensual story of the Medieval merchant class that nicely completes the set." -- The Library Journal,
© 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.