A victim of Henry's seduction and the mother of his son, Ida is attracted to Roger and sees in him a chance of lasting security; but in deciding to marry Roger, she is forced to make a choice. As Roger's importance as a mainstay of the Angevin government grows, it puts an increasing strain on his marriage.
Against a volatile political background the gulf between them threatens to widen beyond crossing, especially when so many bridges have already been burned.
©2008 Elizabeth Chadwick; (P)2009 Soundings
It ranks high. Peter Wickham's performance was very engaging, and Elizabeth Chadwick provided an great story of characters that were vital to late 12th century British history but are often not explored.
"Time and Chance" by Sharon Kay Penman. It covers a similar time period in British history, but focuses on the perspectives of a different set of characters.
His performance was lively and engaging, keeping one's interest throughout the reading.
"A fabulous book"
Another fantastic book by Elisabeth Chadwick, you just cannot get enough of her wonderful stories.
I am in love with Roger Bigot!!
"Beautiful story telling. A book thoroughly enjoyed"
Evocative. Emotional. Classic.
When Ida gets her man but forfeits her son.
Really hard to say as he performs each one so well but, if I have to choose, it would be Roger.
Not a clue!!!
I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical romance. The Author is excellent in her portrayal of the characters and the narrator holds your interest in the story to the very end. I absolutely love all of Elizabeth Chadwick's books, she is so clever in how she weaves stories around true events throughout a period of history.
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