1213 AD England Re-edited Widowed and finally happy, Alinor de Bertram had built her beloved Sunnid into the perfect home for her and the people dependent upon her. Flourishing under her independence her creativity has brought a thriving industry that provided a good community that she strived to keep hidden, allowing the outside world to only see the small rundown keep of Bridge, her dead husbands land. King John brings a desperately ill Sir Tristan de Clare to wed Alinor as a payment of debt for his land in Normandy, and time spent as the kinsmen captive of King Philip of France. Strangers, they learn to build a life together, their love building the future for their family. Beginning in 1213 in the midst of England’s struggle for a family’s effort to curtail a ruthless, and greedy King’s power, necessity brings together families who need each other in ways they were unaware. And all because of Love’s tie that binds. The. de Clare Chronicles tells the story of the family’s struggle for what would eventually become the Magna Carta, through a series of four books. Each book continues the tale involving the de Clare and de Bertram families, centering on Sunnid’s Lord and Lady as they build their family and life together.
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Nickii Fowler began reading in the usual way, in the first grade with tales of Dick and Jane and their dog, Spot. She gradually tackled subject matter that is more challenging and found herself deeply in love with books by the third grade. By the fifth grade, after reading The Snow Goose by Paul Galico, she began penning her own stories, and continued to do so since then. She went on to enjoy a career in the electronics industry as an Administrator, while writing stories and manuscripts in her free time. She reached an unfortunate block in her writing when she was 28, but continued her love affair with words as an insatiable reader. Fortunately that block crumbled in February of 2014, resulting in the de Clare Chronicles series. And the manuscripts keep coming. Along with being a self-professed bibliophile and wordsmith, she is a medieval history buff, and genealogist. She found herself hooked on historical romance after reading a book given to her by a friend written by well-known author, Kathleen Woodiwiss, whom she credits as one of her greatest inspirations. (Along with Roberta Gillis). Her favorite book is The Wolf and the Dove by Woodiwiss, and it is set in her favorite time period, that of William the Conqueror’s 1066. Nickii is a native of Los Angeles, California, and currently resides in a small suburb with her niece and “nephew-in-law”, her three ‘grandchildren’ and her cat, Syndi.
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