Eloise Tyrell, lady-in-waiting to Queen Boleyn, has just been told that her father has found a husband for her. Marrying a stranger was not what she had in mind for herself, especially after watching the events unfolding at the castle.
Lord Wolf has been intrigued with Eloise since he saw her riding across the moors. There marriage gets off to a rocky start and doesn't get any better when Eloise is called to testify at the Queen's trial.
Can these two strangers make a go of their marriage or will all the intrigue at court keep them apart?
I don't usually like romance stories that revolve too much around real life events (King Henry VIII trying to "get rid" of Anne Boleyn) but I did enjoy this one. It could be because I actually knew quite a bit about the time period already as I teach these events to my students.
We see two strangers coming together as husband and wife. They start to build their relationship at their estate and are then quickly thrown into the intrigue at court. That definitely adds another element to the story.
This is my first book by Moss and I will definitely be back for more.
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