Follow me to the past...
And discover mysteries, intrigues and romance in medieval England and Scotland, escape to sun-drenched southern Francia to uncover a long-hidden secret, and follow in the footsteps of rebellious Highlanders!
Follow us on a journey through time: from Roman Britannia to medieval England and France, over to Renaissance Italy, then back to Corsica and France in WWI, and ending in present-day England!View Book
"Dunn has composed a really rather wonderful book, and it is undoubtedly one that a reader can happily lose themselves in for a couple of hours. Love Lost in Time: A Tale of Love, Death and Redemption is a real treat for lovers of quality time-slip fiction."
"The narrative is ripe with emotions as two independent women are pulled in unexpected directions. They’ll wrestle with sacrifice and trust in their respective new environments. Dunn interweaves these stories at just the right moments. Both landscapes are beautifully penned for readers to easily get lost in."
"Thoroughly researched and beautifully told, both stories complement each other in narrative power and colourful scene-setting; and in the dual narrative the main characters are compelling – each a product of destiny and following their fate, regardless of the cost."
Fifteen-year-old Loup de Foix, illegitimate son of the count de Foix, attends the Fourth Lateran Council in Rome with his father, and the count de Toulouse, to reclaim lands confiscated by the Church.
When he witnesses a monk’s sudden death, Loup begins to wonder if the tall man dressed in a black cloak with his hood drawn to cover his face, who’d spoken to the monk only moments earlier, has anything to do with it.
Who is the stranger? And why did the monk look so anxious before he died?
When suspicion falls first on Toulouse, then on Foix, Loup delves deeper into the murky underground of Rome, a city bustling with visitors from across the continent and beyond.
Then he sees the man in the black cloak in the company of Guy de Montfort, Toulouse’s accuser and brother of the persecutor of the heretics, Simon, and he realises his father and Toulouse are in grave danger.
Can Loup identify the killer and link him to Montfort? Or will justice wither in the Holy See?