The Traitor's Daughter

By April Munday

Romance | eBook

It is October 1338 and England has been at war with France for a year. Lady Alais de Montjoye is travelling to her wedding where she is to be married to a man she has not seen in four years. Her journey takes her to Southampton on the morning it is attacked by the French. Rescued from certain death by Sir Hugh de Liss, Lady Alais finds that doing her duty by her betrothed husband might not be as easy as she thought. Sir Hugh knows that Lady Alais is the daughter of a man who fought against the king he now serves, but cannot deny the attraction between them. As they begin their journey north, neither of them can imagine where the conflict between duty and desire will take them.

April Munday writes historical romances set in the fourteenth and early nineteenth centuries. She has been telling stories almost since she could talk and started writing them down in her teens.




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