In this novella of the Holy Grail from New York Times bestselling author Jo Beverley, one woman must step forward to restore peace to medieval England...
As the seventh child in her family, Sister Gledys was given to the Church at birth. She has spent all of her eighteen years in the Rosewell Nunnery, living a quiet, regimented life behind its walls. But lately, her mind has been wandering. She has visions of a gallant knight battling a massive foe. She longs to see his face and speak to him but she cannot…
As a young boy, Michael de Lourey was locked away in a monastery by his mother. Not being the oldest in his family, he would not inherit land. His only options are to be a monk or a knight. Michael left the monastery at twelve and has grown into a skilled fighter, but the chaste life of a knight may be taking its toll on him. Whenever he fights, he keeps seeing a beautiful and silent woman in a green dress and white veil. He doesn’t dare mention her to anyone for fear of sounding crazy.
But there’s nothing crazy about their visions. It’s as though some great power is drawing them together…
The Raven and the Rose previously appeared in Chalice of Roses
Praise for the Novels of Jo Beverley
"Arguably today’s most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance.”—Publishers Weekly
“A delish little scandal, wicked stolen kisses, and a wonderful ending that had me heaving my happy sigh.”—Smexy Books
"With delicious bantering and a rapid pace, it’s a sensual and enthralling read.”—RT Book Reviews