Yvonne, Lady of Cassio

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When Yvonne and Elizabeth, daughters of ruthless Simon Lovage, Earl of Cassio, are born under the same star to different mothers, no one could have foretold their lives would be irrevocably entangled. More

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About Rosemary Morris

Rosemary Morris was born in Sidcup Kent. As a child, her head was ‘always in a book.’ While working in a travel agency, Rosemary met her Hindu husband. He encouraged her to continue her education at Westminster College. In 1961 Rosemary and her husband, now a barrister, moved to his birthplace, Kenya, where she lived from 1961 until 1982. After an attempted coup d’état, she and four of her five children lived in an ashram in France.
Back in England, Rosemary wrote historical fiction and joined the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Historical Novel Society, Watford Writers and many online groups. To research, Rosemary reads non-fiction, visits museums and other places of historical interest. Her bookshelves are so crammed with historical non-fiction, that if she buys a new book she has to consider getting rid of one. Apart from writing, Rosemary enjoys time with her family, classical Indian literature, reading, vegetarian cooking, growing organic fruit, herbs and vegetables and creative crafts.

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Review by: Diane Scott Lewis on Aug. 23, 2017 :
Yvonne is born in a turbulent time. Murder, brutality and secrets in the thirteenth century. As the daughter of the often cruel Earl of Cassio, she's a pawn for men's powerful ambitions. A tragedy early on sets her life on a course no one could have foreseen. Yvonne suffers and must find her strength in a time when women had no say. Her love for her older brother, John, is her saving grace, but can he always protect her?
Ms. Morris's story is true to the era and pulls no punches. Historic details, down to clothing and food, are authentic. Throw in a nurse with 'the sight' and this makes for an engaging tale.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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