The Chronicles of Aveline: Love and Blood

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Aveline is no ordinary noblewoman. And hers is no ordinary story….

Love and Blood is the much awaited sequel to The Chronicles of Aveline: Awakening, a historical thriller and romance for listeners who enjoy medieval and Crusades stories.

After escaping from a life sentence at a convent, Lady Aveline of Froulingham fulfills her ambition of linking up with King Richard’s forces in the Holy Land. Her quest is to find her former lover, Sir Quentin de Ballon, sentenced by the Church to fight in the crusade for 13 years as punishment for their illicit love affair.

Aveline finds herself in the midst of the war between Richard the Lionheart’s and Saladin’s armies, as they battle for control of Jerusalem. She quickly earns the monicker, The Green Devil – feared by Saladin’s army for her formidable skills with sword and bow.

But…they do not know she’s a woman.

As her search for Quentin continues, her love wavers when she finds herself increasingly attracted to a protective French knight, Sir Guy de Toulouse. Together with her squire Athlestan, he has been her companion throughout her long sea voyage to the Holy Land.

Can her love for Quentin withstand the cruelties of war?

How can she continue hiding her true identity from the king when she is asked to join the King’s Guard?

Find out in Love and Blood, The Chronicles of Aveline book two.

A saga of love, history, adventure, and suspense.

©2019 Ken Fry (P)2021 Ken Fry

1 review for The Chronicles of Aveline: Love and Blood

  1. Shirley Forrest Nomakeo

    I used an Audible credit for this audiobook because it wasn’t available on AudiobooksUnleashed. Having read Book 1, I had to pick up this one. It is a continuation of Aveline’s adventures as a knight in the Crusades. Surrounded by history she sets off to find Quinton who is serving a sentence he and Aveline suffered earlier. There will be a Book 3 because there are unresolved elements. The covers are similar and I passed this book by several times before I read the fine print. A truly great read and narration.

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