"A delightful sixteenth century Scottish romance"
In 1511 The Border, widowed three times and only twenty-
two, Rosamund Bolton informs her cousin that she is no
longer interested in having a husband. She especially
wants to avoid a betrothal to anyone selected by someone
but herself. Instead she plans to visit her friend
Margaret Tudor married to King James IV of Scotland
unencumbered by a spouse.
At the court, Patrick Leslie sees Rosamund sitting near
the queen and knows he has found love for the first time
in his life. Rosamund shares his deep feelings, but has
doubts about another marriage. When King James assigns
Patrick a mission in San Lorenzo to try to stop a pending
war, he brings Rosamund along not realizing at the time
the danger of their adventure, but the feeling that they
UNTIL YOU, the sequel to ROSAMUND, is a delightful
sixteenth century Scottish romance that is a typical
Bertrice Small historical tale. The story line moves
rather quickly once the duo leaves Scotland (relatively
early in the novel). Fans of the sub-genre, especially
those of the author, will appreciate this rich story
starring two charming protagonists.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted September 24, 2003