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Joan by Anne R Bailey
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Love, turmoil, and war....

This is the story of Joan de Geneville, wife to one of England's most infamous traitors: Roger Mortimer.

After the death of her father in 1292, Joan becomes one of the greatest English heiresses of her generation. In a time when women are subservient, she is raised by her mother to command.

Educated by her tutors, she becomes a formidable woman in her own right.

When Joan is married her husband's lust for power knows no bounds. She is forced to choose between her duty to her King and her loyalty to her husband. [retrieved 12/27/2018 from Amazon.com]
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