Virginia Henley Message Board

posts on 7/12/2006 9:00:55 AM I am writing a sequel to INFAMOUS about Jory's daughter, Brianna. Rickard is in the story, but very little on Catherine.
posts on 7/11/2006 9:07:16 PM hello. great new book. loved every minute of it. the ending left me kinda short though, expected just a bit more. i am wondering if there is going to be a book regarding rickard and catherine?
posts on 7/7/2006 8:59:32 PM Ms. Henley, why is Jory so upset about Guy taking part in the war? Who is it that she was really afraid for? And does Robert Bruce still linger in her heart after she is reunited with Guy?

posts on 7/7/2006 6:59:37 PM I picked up the book on Wednesday and Finished it last night. I liked it. I can always count on you for a comfort read. I am a "fan" of the Douglas Clan (Thanks to Tempted and Ram)so I was very pleased to see a couple of Sentences referencing “The” Black Douglas and Castle Dangerous. I always felt that The Douglas betrayed Wallace at the instructions of the Bruce and the information that his spy's brought to him. I love to hear other peoples theories considering I only dabble in medieval history so now I will be paying closer attention to the theories of Wallace's betrayal. Thank you so much for another fabulous book and I do look forward to Brianna's story. Does she marry a Scott? Does she think she is in love with a cousin or nephew of The Bruce and scare the pants off her parents? Time will tell………………..
posts on 7/6/2006 8:13:23 PM The books DESIRED and INFAMOUS are not linked in any way. Both are about the de Beauchamp family, but in different centuries. INFAMOUS is a sort-of sequel to A YEAR AND A DAY, but each can be read alone.
posts on 7/6/2006 7:19:23 PM I have a question regarding there a link between the deBeauchamps of Infamous and Desired?? I just started reading Infamous and am researching your books online to see if there is supposed to be a link.
posts on 6/9/2006 7:16:34 PM V. Henley, it would be very helpful if you could add a link to your webpage that describes/ illustrates how the characters in your novels are related. Many of your characters are carried over into- or are mentioned in other novels and although I remember their names/ families, etc., I sometimes cannot remember their associations among the other characters and plots. Your list of principal characters in The Marriage Prize was very helpful. Perhaps something like that for all of your characters, or a diagram or "family- tree" format would work. Julia Quinn did so for her Bridgerton family of characters in When He Was Wicked. Just a suggestion from a loyal reader!
posts on 5/30/2006 6:26:14 PM Leisha: The title of the 2007 book has already been changed from Scandalous to NOTORIOUS.
posts on 5/30/2006 4:32:27 PM That would be great! Then we wouldn't have quit as long to wait for a 2008 realease. (Hint)
posts on 5/25/2006 10:50:29 AM Leisha: There is talk of moving up the next book to May, 2007. Not definite yet.
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