The Lady Bornekova
Murderous intentions and looming civil war…can true love survive?
The red-headed Karin is strong-willed and determined, something she inherited from her father. She tries to keep her true nature a secret to avoid being deemed a traitor by those loyal to the king. Karin and her father butt heads over her duty to her family and the Czech Crown. She is then sequestered to the Royal Viscount’s hunting lodge.
Not aware of everything that is happening, she becomes the target of an individual with murderous intent. The turmoil inside Karin deepens and reflects the turmoil of her homeland, on the brink of the Hussite wars.
“Although the story was written in the 1400s…the topic is still relevant to today’s religious freedom…I can relate to Karin and Pavel for what they went through…This story is an about Faith, Commitment, Inner Strength, and Love. A story to make you think and be grateful for what you have.”
“I cannot say enough good things about this book, I loved it!…The book has action, suspense, romance, and keeps the reader engaged. The characters are wonderfully endearing. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for this couple in The Lady and the Hussites.”