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Posie Graeme-Evans is the internationally bestselling author of five novels, including The Island House and The Dressmaker. Sometimes the second or third book in a trilogy will lose some of the 'excitement' of the first book's plot.
Posie Graeme-Evans is the internationally bestselling author of five novels, including The Island House and The Dressmaker. She has worked in Australian film and television for the last thirty years as a director, commissioning executive and creator/producer of hundreds of hours of drama and children’s series, including the worldwide smash hit McLeod’s Daughters and Daytime Emmy nominated Hi-5. Not so here! If anything, "The Exiled" had more suspense and, of course, romance than "The Innocent".
The thrilling climax to the trilogy that began with The Innocent and The Exiled brings Posie Graeme-Evans's bittersweet story of two lovers divided by the throne of England to its dramatic conclusion. As England tears itself apart in the War of the Roses, Anne de Bohun lives far from the intrigues of cities and courts.
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Ships from and sold by allnewbooks. The final volume in Graeme-Evans's War of the Roses trilogy heaves within its historical fiction bodice, but never quite sheds it. In rendering the 30-year standoff between the House of York and the House of Lancaster, Graeme-Evans does a masterful and colorful job portraying the haughty, decadent aristocracy, the grim political and social conditions, even the clothes, diet and lack of personal hygiene of the day.
The Exiled: Anne Trilogy Book Two. (Book in the War of the Roses Series). by Posie Graeme-Evans.
were avid for gossip - how had the first meeting been between their duke and duchess, and how had the wedding service gone? There was good reason for all the giddy pride and interest. The bride herself was much approved of, and not only by the people
The Exiled: The enchanting Anne faces the challenge of raising her child in exile. Always resourceful, she flourishes as a merchant and is able to support her household.
The Exiled: The enchanting Anne faces the challenge of raising her child in exile. But Anne has a secret that her enemies could use to destroy her. Her beloved son is the product of a passionate affair with the king, Edward IV, who knows nothing of his existence. If this information were to fall into the wrong hands, it could prove lethal for Anne and her child. She struggles to find peace in a world of duplicity and suspicion, where adversaries masquerade as allies, and someone very powerful wants her dead.
by Posie Graeme-Evans. The Exiled - Posie Graeme-Evans. In this windswept story set in the lusty fifteenth century, the enchanting Anne faces the challenge of raising her child in exile. But the local businessmen aren't pleased about competing with a woman and her foes are multiplying around her, desperate to put her back in what they believe is her rightful place.
This is book two in Posie Graeme-Evans' Anne de Bohun trilogy. It picks up in the city of Brugges, about a year after the Innocent leaves off were our heroine Anne is living in exile. Anne is now a mother masquereding as the aunt of her illegitimate son Edward. While in Brugges, Anne shocks medieval socety and becomes a wealthy merchant. While Anne seeks peace in Brugges she is unable to find that peace. Like the Innocent, the Exiled is a bit unrealistic and lacks plausibility for some important This is book two in Posie Graeme-Evans' Anne de Bohun trilogy.
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