Sydney Jane Baily

Biography

Sydney J. Baily writes historical romances, including the Defiant Hearts series set in America in the late 1800s, as well as contemporary women's fiction. She believes in happily-ever-after stories for an already challenging world.
Born and raised in California, she has traveled the world, spending an inordinate amount of time in the U.K. where her extended family resides, eating fish and chips, drinking shandys, and snacking on Maltesers.
After obtaining degrees in English literature and in history, besides writing novels, she has spent time as a copyeditor, cat snuggler, website designer, production editor, mother of two, and faithful friend to her dog, among other endeavors literary and not.
Sydney currently lives in New England with her family--human, canine, and felineFor updates on future Sydney Jane Baily releases and to learn about her news, events, and book specials, subscribe to her newsletter. Learn more about Sydney and all her books, on her website at http://www.SydneyJaneBaily.com.
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Books

The Black Knight's Reward
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 136,250. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Historical, Fiction » Historical » Medieval
Guilty of heresy and alleged sorcery, Merry is sentenced to burn. Luke serves his king with one goal—to inherit his family’s estate. By rescuing a witch and stealing her away from the powerful Church, he puts his future in jeopardy! Vowing to protect her, Luke wants to offer her more than his sword arm. As her dark past returns, can she trust a man torn between royal duty and personal desire?

Sydney Jane Baily's tag cloud

england    historical    knights    medieval    middle ages    romance    uk    warriors    witch    york   

Smashwords book reviews by Sydney Jane Baily

  • Howdy, Ma'am on March 01, 2013

    I only got a few pages in so I can't give a review of how well the plot developed or if the story was emotionally satisfying. I can only say that the writing style was not for me. I'm sure others will enjoy it. That's why we have so many flavors of ice cream.