Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Thornleigh Saga series.
- #1: The Queen's Lady (Thornleigh Saga #1) (Paperback): $25.00
- #3: The Queen's Captive (Thornleigh Saga #3) (MP3 CD): $14.99
- #5: Blood Between Queens (Thornleigh Saga #5) (Paperback): $21.00
- #6: The Queen's Exiles (Thornleigh Saga #6) (Paperback): $19.00
- #7: The Traitor's Daughter (Thornleigh Saga #7) (Paperback): $15.00
Young Queen Elizabeth I’s path to the throne has been a perilous one, and already she faces a dangerous crisis. French troops have landed in Scotland to quell a rebel Protestant army, and Elizabeth fears once they are entrenched on the border, they will invade England.
Isabel Thornleigh has returned to London from the New World with her Spanish husband, Carlos Valverde, and their young son. Ever the queen’s loyal servant, Isabel is recruited to smuggle money to the Scottish rebels. Yet Elizabeth’s trust only goes so far—Isabel’s son will be the queen’s pampered hostage until she completes her mission. Matters grow worse when Isabel’s husband is engaged as military advisor to the French, putting the couple on opposite sides in a deadly cold war.
Set against a lush, vibrant backdrop peopled with unforgettable characters and historical figures, The Queen’s Gamble is a story of courage, greed, passion, and the high price of loyalty…
“Kyle is adept at layering her tale with colorful descriptions, accurate details and exciting twists within a fast-paced plot designed to keep readers’ attention.”
--Romantic Times on The Queen’s Captive
“Unfurls a complex and fast-paced plot, mixing history with vibrant characters.”
--Publishers Weekly on The King’s Daughter
“Riveting, heady, glorious, inspired.”
--Susan Wiggs on The Queen’s Lady
About the Author
Barbara Kyle, a classically trained actor, enjoyed a successful career in Canadian television and theater before turning her hand to writing fiction. She is the author of the popular Thornleigh Saga, including The Queen's Lady, The King's Daughter, and The Queen's Captive. She and her husband live in Ontario, where she teaches popular writing seminars and workshops and gives lectures on Tudor history. She welcomes visitors at her website: www.barbarakyle.com.