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Average rating: 3.97 · 33 ratings · 12 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
The Queen's Companion
4.19 of 5 stars 4.19 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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Cave of Captive Hearts
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Heaven's Daughter
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The Queen's Companion (History)
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Description: Set against the backdrop of the Inquisition, Queen Catherine and her soldiers discover a woman being raped and tortured. They rescue Lady Isabella, and during her convalescence the women fall in love. The sexual tension creates spiritual struggle for Catherine, who believes that their feelings doom them for eternity. The more she tries to deny her feelings, the more power they have over her. The danger intensifies as her own Bishop, a known pedophile, is determined to expose her as a heretic. A loving, sympathetic priest helps Catherine, and a small band of rebels, form an underground movement to help victims of the Inquisition. Meanwhile, the Bishop works to seduce Catherine’s daughter, Sofia, into playing out his intention, propelling everyone toward disaster. The Queen’s Companion is an epic tale of lives torn apart by ambition, greed and betrayal. More, it is a story of how love can transform broken souls.

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