In the thrilling sequel to The Innocent Posie Graeme-Evans captures the political intrigue, lust and treachery surrounding the throne of England in the 15th century.
Anne de Bohun, a servant girl in the household of a wealthy London merchant, has a remarkable gift for healing. After saving Queen Elisabeth from death during childbirth, Anne becomes one of the queen’s attendants and meets the greatest love of her life, King Edward himself.
Anne is now in exile in Brugge and struggling to find peace in a dangerous world. She harbours many secrets – not least that she is the illegitimate daughter of Henry VI, the king usurped by the man she loves, Edward, King of England.
Anne’s implacable enemy, Edward’s wife and queen, Elisabeth Wyderville, knows where she lives, though Edward does not. An attempt is made on Anne’s life: could Elisabeth be behind it?
Will Anne and Edward be able to overcome the dark forces moving against them?
In The Exiled, love and longing drive two extraordinary people, Edward Plantagenet and Anne de Bohun, towards their destiny; all they want is a life together, but are the stakes too high?
Soft cover, 390 pages. In excellent preloved condition.