The Tudor Rose Trilogy
At the King's Command (Tudor Rose Trilogy #1)
MIRA (August 2009)
Originally published as Circle in the Water in 1994
Frustrated by his own failures at matrimony, King Henry VIII punishes an insolent nobleman by commanding him to marry the vagabond woman caught stealing his horse. Stephen de Lacey is a cold and bitter widower, long accustomed to the sovereign's capricious and malicious whims. He regards his new bride as utterly inconvenient…though undeniably fetching.
At the Queen's Summons (Tudor Rose Trilogy #2)
MIRA (October 2009)
Originally published as Dancing on Air in 1996
Feisty orphan Pippa de Lacey lives by wit and skill as a London street performer. But when her sharp tongue gets her into serious trouble, she throws herself upon the mercy of Irish chieftain Aidan O'Donoghue.
Pippa provides a welcome diversion for Aidan as he awaits an audience with the queen, who holds his people's fate in her hands. Amused at first, he becomes obsessed with the audacious waif who claims his patronage.
The Maiden's Hand (Tudor Rose Trilogy #3)
MIRA (September 2009)
Originally published as Vows Made in Wine in 1995
Mistress Lark's sole passion is her secret work with a group of Protestant dissidents thwarting the queen's executions. She needs no other excitement—until Oliver de Lacey drops through the hangman's door and into her life.
As their fates become inextricably bound together in a struggle against royal persecution, both Oliver and Lark discover a love worth saving… even dying for.