A powerful fiction that will keep readers glued from the very first page up to the last.
San Jose, Calif. (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
In twelfth-century Ire, the Catholic Church conquered the hearts of all the Irish in the emerald land. That is one of the reasons why women are underestimated; In the eyes of men, they are no more than housewives and child-bearers. Women with red hair were considered witches and death by flames or exile was their only fate. That is how an Irish orphan became a legend.
“The Scarlet Lioness,” a historical romance novel written by author Kefira Bar-Golani revolves around a redhead orphan named Scarlet who is saved by Hugh, a legendary warrior. Trained by him, Scarlet becomes a legend herself amongst the villages of Scandinavia, a land torn by inner wars. One battle sends her on a course that brings her to John — the Duke of Agammar and her birth father, and Henry — his ward and only heir, but not his son by blood.
When she stays longer than planned, she unwillingly ruins someone else's plan to get rid of Henry, and by saving his life once, she realizes their fates are entwined and she must do all she can to save his life, even if it means losing her own.
“The Scarlet Lioness” is a powerful fiction that will keep readers glued from the very first page up to the last. A truly entertaining saga that has all the elements of action, drama, suspense and romance, it also reflects on the courage and bravery of women that has been demonstrated even during the Medieval Period.
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About the Author
Growing up in a religious closed community made it very difficult for Kefira Bar-Golani to express herself so she turned to writing. She has written many things since she was 13 years old and after she graduated from high school and moved out of the community, she found out that there is so much she can do with some of her materials. When she moved to the United States, she decided to rewrite them in English so that she can share it with others. Her close friends and a few family members liked her writing growing up and have always encouraged her to get them published so others can enjoy it as well.
The Scarlet Lioness * by Kefira Bar-Golani
Publication Date: 2/26/2014
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