January 2019: Fact in Fiction
~ Elizabeth Coldwell ~
How much of your real life bleeds over into your books? And do you worry that someone will be able to tell the fact from the fiction?
Elizabeth Coldwell said:
I do take inspiration from things that have happened in my life, or snatches of conversation I overhear, and I have occasionally sneaked an in-joke only people who know me would understand into my stories, but I don’t worry anyone will think my work is autobiographical. Unless they really believe I can shift into a lion, or am a billionaire business owner, or lived in a castle in the 14th century…
– Website – http://elizabethcoldwell.wordpress.com
One Knight In Muiden, City Knights #2
[Historical Romance, MF]
Cautious of being given in marriage to a man with a reputation for coldness and cruelty, Lady Swaneke agrees to swap places with her maid, Mette for the night. In disguise, she can watch her potential husband from a distance, and learn more about him.
Count Reynold is not what Swaneke expected, and neither is his man-at-arms, Sir Alwin. What started as a simple game of deception turns to unforgettable passion as finds herself falling for the handsome, brooding knight.
What will happen if Sir Alwin discovers her true identity?
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