Courting Cassandry by Joyce DiPastena

February 18, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Courting Cassandry by Joyce DiPastenaCourting Cassandry
Author: Joyce DiPastena
Series: Hearts in Autumn #2
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 348
Date: February 17, 2016
Publisher: Sable Tyger Books

Is it too late for second chances when the girl you loved in your youth comes back into your life?

Gerolt de Warenne became guardian to a child-heiress named Cassandry when he was only nineteen-years old. As he watched her grow into a lovely young woman, he found himself falling in love with her, but Cassandry viewed him as an older brother. So, burying his feelings, he gave permission for her to marry another.

Twenty-four years later Gerolt and Cassandry meet again. With the loss of their respective spouses, Gerolt hopes to finally court Cassandry, but she desires to remain a widow. Instead, they agree to a betrothal of their children.

Matters become complicated as their friendship begins to evolve into the romance Gerolt has always wanted. But by the law of the medieval Church, Cassandry and Gerolt can’t marry if their children do. Can they find a way to be together? Or must they sacrifice their future for the love of their children?

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About Joyce DiPastena

Joyce DiPastena dreamed of green medieval forests while growing up in the dusty copper mining town of Kearny, Arizona. She filled her medieval hunger with books and a degree in history, specializing in the Middle Ages. Joyce is a multi-published, multi-award winning author who writes sweet medieval romances heavily spiced with mystery and adventure. When she’s not writing, Joyce loves to read, play the piano, and spend time with her sister and friends. A highlight of her year is attending the annual Arizona Renaissance Festival.

One response to “Courting Cassandry by Joyce DiPastena

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    What a wonderful medieval romance! I have read several of this author’s books and I’m always amazed by the quality of the research and the amount of historical detail that goes into each one. So many little details that really bring this time period to life! I also enjoyed reading a story where the hero and heroine are both a little bit older. Of course, this made them both plenty stubborn and set in their ways, but their maturity was a nice element to the story.

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