Ann More, fiery and spirited daughter of the Mores of Loseley House, comes to London destined for a life at the court of Queen Elizabeth. And there she encounters John Donne, the darkly attractive young poet. He is unlike any man she has ever met. Yet as they are thrown together Donne opens Ann's eyes to a new world of passion, wit and sensuality. But Donne is the kind of man her status-conscious father distrusts and despises...More
"History as oure entertainment, an inventive and delicious feast of passion, wit and intrigue." (The Times)
"Maeve Harans' passion for Donne's poetry and his age shines, through on every page." (Choice Magazine)
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