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The King's Sister Daughter Of John Of Gaunt, Sister To The Future King Henry IV, Elizabeth Of Lancaster Has Learned The Shrewd Tricks Of The Court From England S Most Powerful Men In A Time Of Political Turmoil, Allegiance To Family Is Everything A Plantagenet Princess Should Never Defy Her Father S Wishes Yet Headstrong Elizabeth Refuses To Bow To The Fate Of A Strategic Marriage Rejecting Her Duty, Elizabeth Weds The Charming And Ruthlessly Ambitious Sir John Holland Duke Of Exeter, Half Brother To King Richard II And The One Man She Has Always Wanted But Defiance Can Come At A Price Elizabeth S Brother Henry Has Seized The Throne Her Husband, Confident To The Usurped Richard, Masterminds A Secret Plot Against The New King Trapped In A Dangerous Web, Elizabeth Must Make A Choice Defy The King And Betray Her Family Or Condemn Her Husband And Send Him To His Death Sister Wife Traitor She Holds The Fate Of England In Her Hands

About the Author: Anne O'Brien

See this thread for information. My home is in the Welsh Marches, although much of my early life was spent in Yorkshire, most recently in the East Riding.Ann O Brien The Marches is a remote region of England, surrounded by echoes from the past Hereford is close with its famous Mappa Mundi and chained library.So is Shrewsbury, and also Ludlow with its splendid castle and its connections with our Plantagenet and Tudor kings With my husband, I live in an eighteenth century timber framed cottage, which itself must have seen much history over two hundred years.I have always enjoyed the appeal of History.I taught the subject with enthusiasm but it became my ambition to write historical romances My first novel, The Runaway Heiress, was published by Mills and Boon in 2004.This first book was a Regency Romance in the great tradition of Georgette Heyer who has not admired her skill and delicate touch for the period I have drawn on my interest in the Stuart century to write about the English Civil War and Restoration England of Charles II Living in the Marches however I soon discovered the wealth of atmosphere and legend in this isolated part of England from medieval times It was not long before I was encouraged to create a medieval romance inConquering Knight, Captive Lady.When not writing, I have a large rambling garden where George and I grow organic vegetables and soft fruit or perhaps I should admit that he grows them whilst I pick and cook them We have a wild garden, an orchard, a formal pond and herbaceous flower borders We share it all with rabbits and pheasants, frogs and goldfinches, hedgehogs and buzzards It is a beautiful place When we first settled into our cottage I planted a herb garden on a Tudor pattern with stone pathways and clipped box hedges From this I developed my interest in herbs and their uses.Nicholas Culpeper s The Complete Herbal, a fascinating resource to a historical novelist first published in 1649, has become essential bedside reading As a result the use of herbs in medicine and witchcraft, for both good and ill, has appeared in some of my novels.For pure relaxation I enjoy yoga as well as singing with a local Choral Society Watercolour painting allows me to simply sit and appreciate the landscape and the flowers in my garden, when my mind is busy constructing my next plot.

10 thoughts on “The King's Sister

  1. says:

    From the very beginning Elizabeth of Lancaster is characterised as vain, prudish and snobbish She is the daughter of a wealthy man, John of Gaunt the Duke of Lancaster, so as a consequence she has all the characteristics of a spoilt ch

  2. says:

    A little too much historical romance and not enough historical fact, for my liking

  3. says:

    Elizabeth of Lancaster is cousin to the King It is her place to marry well and to make the right connections for her father, John of Gaunt But Elizabeth is headstrong and spoilt and wants to make her own future so she marries the King s half brother

  4. says:

    Elizabeth of Lancaster, John of Gaunt s younger daughter, was quite a woman Anne O Brien s The King s Sister relates the life of this strong woman Elizabeth, a Plantagenet princess married three times, and she had six children with her second husband and t

  5. says:

    Elizabeth of Lancaster is Henry of Lancaster later Henry IV sister.Married to a child when she was only 17, she falls for Richard II s half brother Sir John Holland So far, so soap opera.The marriage to the child Earl of Pembroke is annulled and Elizabeth marries

  6. says:

    Anne O Brien just kills me.I thought that this novel fell into two very distinctive portions The first was the wooing and falling in love stage of the novel There was little action in this half of the novel from a political standpoint, therefore the romance and the deve

  7. says:

    The King s Sister is the third book of Anne O Brien s that I have read with the other two being the King s Concubine and the Scandalous Duchess This is the story of Elizabeth of Lancaster, the daughter of John of Gaunt, third son of King Edward III, and his first wife Blanche

  8. says:

    Elizabeth of Lancaster is the formidable daughter of John of Gaunt, and as such inherits the pride and arrogance of the great Plantagenet dynasty Rejecting a marriage to John Hastings, the juvenile Earl of Pembroke, Elizabeth flouts convention to marry the ruthlessly ambitious, Sir J

  9. says:

    This is better than The Queen s Choice which I read last week and is recently published I had not intended to read by this author because of that book but had already ordered it from the library, where it arrived tout de suite so I read it.It s a bit of a stretch to call it biographical fi

  10. says:

    When I started this book my knowledge of Elizabeth of Lancaster was close to non existent I knew that she was the daughter of John of Gaunt, one of the most powerful figures in Plantagenet England, and that was about it The King s Sister therefore filled in most of the blanks surrounding her life

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