#MFRW Author Diana Rubino’s passion for history and travel has taken her to every locale of her stories, set in Medieval and Renaissance England, Egypt, the Mediterranean, colonial Virginia, New England, and New York. Her urban fantasy romance, FAKIN’ IT, won a Top Pick award from Romantic Times. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Richard III Society and the Aaron Burr Association. She lives on Cape Cod with her husband Chris. In her spare time, Diana bicycles, golfs, plays her piano and devours books of any genre.
FOR LOVE AND LOYALTY
Genre Time Travel Romance
Publisher The Wild Rose Press
England, 1476: A wizard’s charm sweeps Richard, Duke of Gloucester, far, far away.
England, 2012: The Richard III Society’s annual séance doesn’t go quite as planned.
Julianna Hammond believes their mysterious visitor really is Richard. As a loyal Ricardian, she feels obligated to educate him on past and present. In dismay Richard learns of his destiny in a certain battle, and his depiction in a certain play. Julianna and he wonder: can history be rewritten? Back in the Middle Ages, Richard’s brothers King Edward and George Plantagenet are determined to find him--wherever he is--with the help of a little magic conjured up by a wizard. Since the wizard can’t say no to money or a lady, Edward-infatuated Elizabeth Woodville isn’t far behind them.
Changing one’s destiny is complicated. So is falling in love. When the two collide, three brothers, three women, and history will never be the same.
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13 Things That Inspired me to write FOR LOVE AND LOYALTY
1. Picturing Richard III in modern times blow drying his hair
2. The Richard III Society
3. Middleham Castle, Yorkshire
4. Blackadder (historical British sitcom)
5. The concept of time travel
7. Our modern conveniences such as zippers, computers, cars
8. Richard III
9. Richard’s brother King Edward IV
10. Richard’s other brother George, Duke of Clarence
11. The Three Stooges
12. Jackie Gleason and Art Carney in The Honeymooners
13. The discovery of Richard III’s remains in a Leicester car park
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