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Of Summer and Winter

Angela L. Costello

After fleeing the city following her husband’s mysterious murder, Anna returns a year later to find a new emperor of Byzantium on the throne. Immediately thrown into a whirlwind of dangerous court intrigue, she meets
Ragnvaldr, a man of the North enlisted in the renown Varangian Guard. A short, passionate tryst between the two throws them each back into their own, vastly different worlds which they had hoped to escape from.

In Anna’s case, an escape from Constantinople could mean her life...

Of Summer and Winter is a fast-paced tale of suspense and romance on the eve of the First Crusade. Cultures are crossed from all corners of the continent in this story of 11th Century Byzantium.

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