Tabor's Trinket

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2015 IPPY & INDIE Winner. Pretty Woman endures Pride & Prejudice in this medieval romance set in 15th century England. Lord Tabor plays the Arranged Marriage card to save his lands, but becomes enchanted with the beautiful escaped-slave-turned-dancer, Sharai, who's bright enough to know life in a nunnery would be safer than being his mistress. Their refusal to part creates life and death struggles More
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About Janet Lane

#1 bestselling author Janet Lane writes "history, made passionate" in fifteenth century England and France. Her heroines carry the spice and spirit of Gypsies in their blood, and they're strong and resourceful as they confront the turbulence of that century, be it war, prejudice or yes, romance. Her novels have won the 2015 and 2017 international IPPY Award, the 2015 international Next Generation INDIE award, the 2015 EVVY, the 2015 HOLT Medallion, and the anthology, Broken Links, was a finalist in the Colorado Book Award. Janet Lane writes action adventures in the medieval romance and contemporary women's fiction genres.

"Lane does a superb job creating layers to the Gypsy culture ... a must-have for fans of the series."
... August 18, 2017 review of ETTI'S INTENDED by Library Journal.

Janet's recently released Crimson Secret, the fourth book in her international award-winning historical romance series, was awarded the bronze IPPY medallion this spring.

Her novels are set in fifteenth century England during the so-called “Gypsy Honeymoon” decades. The first novel in the series, Tabor's Trinket, is a #1 bestselling novel. #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author Lara Adrian called it “ enchanting medieval romance filled with passion, intrigue and vividly drawn characters that leap off the page. I loved this novel!”. Janet was a featured author in RMFW Press’s Tales from Mistwillow anthology, and co-chaired the editorial board for that press’s anthology, Broken Links, Mended Lives, which was nominated for the Colorado Book Award. Janet welcomes your comments here or on her website, On Twitter at janetlaneauthor.

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Reviews of Tabor's Trinket by Janet Lane

asjahstrina reviewed on Sep. 14, 2015

Learned historically more about gypsies and their possible origins , the plot goes around them , the way of life and clashing of cultures with the Europeans .
Some parts were not linked for me , from the heroine always getting slapped , abused and then abruptly the feeling is forgotten or changed to another scene .
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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