Denise Domning

Denise Domning's first Medieval novel, Winter's Heat, received the Romantic Times award for Best First Historical Novel of 1994. That led her into a series of books that take place in the Twelfth century, the time of Robin Hood and Richard the Lionheart, in which she follows the lives of five brothers. After Winter's Heat came Summer's Storm, then Spring's Fury and its sequel Autumn's Flame. A Love For All Seasons completes the set. From there Denise thought she'd dabble a little with the Elizabethans. Set in the court of Elizabeth I, Lady in Waiting was praised by Publisher's Weekly as well written, well researched, with an accurate portrayal of Elizabeth I. Lady in White, an Elizabethan ghost story, followed. After that she returned to the 13th Century and the court of King John with The Warrior's Wife, The Warrior's Maiden, and The Warrior's Game. At the urging of her then-editor, Denise made an unexpected dodge into the early 19th Century with Almost Perfect, in which she features Read More chevron_right