The Chains of Fate by Pamela Belle (Heron #2)

The Moon in the Water and The Chains of Fate tell a single story of romance and adventure – a story that has lived in Pamela Belle’s heart since she was twelve, when she was taken to see a great ruined Elizabethan house in England’s West Suffolk.

“I can remember standing in the middle of the overgrown ruin that had once been a very beautiful house, and thinking I would like to write about the family that had lived in it.”

“I did not want to write a serious book, of the sort loved by the reviewers but unread by the general public, including me: rather I wanted to share my own love of history and romance and the utterly different, yet strangely similar world-tuned-upside-down of the Seventeenth Century.”


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