Author Hampton's Book
Avon, Dec 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
Lord Buckstan enters the Conningsby home as if he owns it. His "visit" is to collect his gambling debt from winning at cards with Roland Conningsby. The stake was Conningby's teenage virginal daughter Elizabeth as his mistress. Eliza's older sister widow Cassie Marsten intercedes using an urn to hit Buckstan in the head and probably killing the odious aristocrat. Roland and his two daughters, nea...
My Lady's Temptation
Avon, Feb 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
Though bandits killed his father and stepsisters, Josce FitzBaldwin blames the Knabwell Sheriff Reiner du Hommet for the dastardly deed. His stepmother Lady Beatrice Haydon obtains a vow of vengeance from the grieving and guilty feeling Josce. Josce and Beatrice ride into Knabwell Castle to ostensibly bring the bodies home, but really seeking revenge. Reiner invites Josce to stay at the castle...
The Warrior's Game
Avon, Jan 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
King John accepts the request of Sir Enguerran d'Oilly to marry one of his Highness' wards, Lady Amica de la Beres. Ami wants nothing to do with her odious hedonistic neighbor, but knows that she must obey the order of her guardian, yet refuses the king's request. The lass believes that Enguerran wants to use her to climb the social ladder and would gladly allow King John to treat her as his person...