Brave, Beautiful and
Brilliant, this Warrior Queen risks Death to save her people from the
Aethelflaed's history was removed from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, her
story survived, because the Irish and Welsh chroniclers, captivated by her
courage and military strategy, penned her unique tale.
Queen Aethelflaed's military prowess helped save her country, Mercia, from
the Vikings and laid the groundwork for the Island to become one strong
country that ruled the world for centuries.
portrait of a queen who sacrifices to protect her country is told in
Swords Across the Thames." ~ Booklist
"Garwood focuses on conquering the
Vikings, but uses romance to temper the tale of blood and battle."
~ The Dominion Post
"In SWORDS ACROSS THE THAMES we see
warrior women that make us proud." ~ Romantic Times Magazine
"Like scenes from a medieval tapestry, Haley
expertly weaves history with the delicacy and expertise of a talented
storyteller. She makes history come alive on the pages of Swords
Across The Thames. Haley has a way of making you feel every emotion
that characters feel—get ready to laugh and cry. A keeper that I will read
again and again." ~ Constance O'Banyon, author of Texas