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My Lady's Treasure
by Catherine Kean
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Medallion, 2007 (2007)
* *   Reviewed by Marie Hashima Lofton

My Lady's Treasure, taking place in 1100s England, is one of the best historical romances I've read in quite a while. Lady Faye Rivellaux, a recent widow, had been a good friend of Lady Elayne. On her deathbed, Elayne asked Faye to take care of her young daughter Angeline.

Unfortunately Angeline has gone missing, and Brant Meslarches demands a fee for her return. All Faye has is a gold chalice. Brant is shocked to see it, believing that it belonged to the legendary King Arthur, for whose treasures Brant's own brother once searched. Upset about Angelina's disappearance, Faye will do anything to get her back. But Elayne's widower Torr does not seem disturbed by his daughter's absence and Faye notices other oddities. Brant knows that Torr is involved with the kidnapping and tries to warn Faye. As the two search for Angelina with Torr and his men in pursuit, they fall in love.

The quality of writing in My Lady's Treasure is top-notch, with appealing characters, a well-researched background, and a very enjoyable story with plenty of adventure and romance. I've not read Catherine Kean's books before, but will not hesitate to read one again, and highly recommend My Lady's Treasure to all who love historical (and especially medieval) romances.

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