Medieval Monday: Betrayal ~ The Seventh Son by Ashley York

Betrothed since childhood, Tadhg MacNaughton and Tisa O’Brien have always loved each other. With a completely disappointing turn of events Tisa’s betrothal to Tadhg is dissolved and she is immediately married to another. In this, Book 4 of the Norman Conquest series we not only find characters we are familiar with from previous books, but new ones as well. Some of them we just can not like due to their villainous character, but we find some much more intriguing despite who and what they are.


My Thoughts:
This is a very well developed story if just a bit long for my taste. I did like the overall story and the development of the characters, though forty chapters did make it a time consuming read. It is the longest story in the series, I guess because it brings all of the characters back for an epic adventure. If you like Medieval Romance and don’t mind a very extended read then this one is for you. I would give this book 4.5 stars. I received a digital ARC of this book from Netgalley through invitation from the Author in exchange for an honest review.

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The Seventh Son



“Tisa. Yer betrothal to the MacNaughton has been severed. Ye’ll marry into the Meic Lochlainn clan of Inishowen. They’ll be here in two days time.”

The pain in her chest intensified with every word he spoke, like nails hammering into her heart, but her brain refused to understand his meaning beyond his first statement.

Your betrothal to the MacNaughton has been severed.

Her betrothal to Tadhg? They’d been betrothed forever. They grew up knowing they would one day be wed. Tadhg was all she wanted in a husband.

Her father’s eyes never wavered from her face. Surely he measured her reaction as if he cared.

“Ronan came here to make the agreement on their behalf. He has been a great help to…

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