Sword of the Fairvern
Chevelle Delamar is known in the 21st century as the girl who shouldn't have lived after being shot in the head by an abusive father. Colwyn, Lord Beaumarche, is a 14thcentury knight with a passionate hatred for his father and a distrust of women who show up at his castle uninvited. When a medieval sword sends Chevelle right into Colwyn's battle against his father, she chooses to follow her heart down a path that could change both of their futures, but only if they can leave their pasts behind. Unfortunately, that may be difficult, because in her time, Chevelle's life is running backward into the end of her father's gun.
- Paperback | 292 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 18.54mm | 508.02g
- 07 Jul 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Jan Wallace Reber
Jan Wallace Reber is a Professor of Biology who has been an avid reader of all types of literature since she was a little girl. She loves medieval history and horses, and refuses to believe that chivalry is dead. She lives in Indiana with her knight in shining armor, two children, a sassy Pomeranian, and two horses.