A Sister’s Crusade
by Ann Turner
Troubador Publishing Ltd.
Pub Date 28 Apr 2016
I was given a copy of A Sister’s Crusade through the publisher and their parnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:
For as long as they could remember life for the villagers have been hard. Esma finds herself pregnant Lord Oswwyn after he assaulted her. When she gives birth to a daughter she drops her off at the Lord’s front gate with a note, stating that she cannot care for the child.
Though Sisters, Rowena is more favored than Aubrette. Aubrette is treated more like a slave than the daughter of a Lord.
Just as Rowena is getting married, Aubrette meets the mother who was forced to give up.
Rowena is weakened after giving still-birth to a son, but she is determined to give her husband a Son.
When Rowena continues to have miscarriages, Aubrette sleeps with Rowena’s husband, and they have a Son that Rowena will raise as her own.
Set during the time of the Crusades, A Sister’s Crusade, is the story of love, Lust, forgiveness, and even redemption.
I give A Sister’s Crusade five out of five stars