Her Christmas White Knight: A Tudor Historical Romance Holiday Novella (Trysts and Treachery)

Her Christmas White Knight: A Tudor Historical Romance Holiday Novella (Trysts and Treachery)

Can Festive goodwill open a sinner's heart?

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Can Festive goodwill open a sinner’s heart?

England, Yuletide 1585

The dice have been loaded against Mistress Julia Wentworth. Little wonder she no longer trusts a soul—except for the street urchin she rescued. Having fallen in love with—and been abandoned by—a murderous traitor, Julia’s been turned out by her family and left to scrape what living she can on the brutal London streets. When a goose strays into her yard, it looks as if she’ll at least have something to feast on at Christmas.

Exploding back into her life in pursuit of his goose is Myall Farrar, a scarred clerk estranged from his miserly father. Myall can’t afford to lose the bird for which he’s scrimped and saved, because his sister’s future depends upon putting on a good show at Christmas.

Are Myall and Julia too greatly changed to rekindle the spark between them? Is there any hope of goodwill within their families? And—perhaps more importantly—will the goose prove itself worth saving from the butcher’s knife?

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Trysts and Treachery
Book 1 – Lord of Deception
Book 2 – Lord of Loyalty
Book 3 – Lord of the Forest
Book 4 – Lord of Mistrust
Book 5 – Lord of the Manor
Novella – Her Christmas White Knight

(Note: This story was first published as part of the Dragonblade Publishing Boxed set O’ Night Divine, December 2020)

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About the Author
Elizabeth Keysian

Elizabeth Keysian is an international bestselling author of heart-pounding Regency romances, set mostly in the West of England. She is working on a fresh series for Dragonblade Publishing called Trysts and Treachery, which is set in the Tudor era. Though primarily a writer of romance, she loves to put a bit of mystery, adventure, and suspense into her stories, and refuses to let her characters take themselves too seriously.

Elizabeth likes to write from experience, not easy when her works range from the medieval to the Victorian eras. However, her passion for re-enactment has helped, as have the many years she spent working in museums and British archaeology. If you find some detail in her work you’ve never come across before, you can bet she either dug it up, quite literally, or found it on a museum shelf.

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