Christina Courtenay

The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2016

Genres:

Time-slip

Coincidentally, this title came up for review while I was planning a trip to Raglan Castle in South Wales, and it turned out ...Read Review

The Jade Lioness

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2015

Genres:

AdventureRomance

Japan, 1648. The only foreigners permitted to trade are the Dutch, and then only from the island enclave of Dejima, near Nagasaki. Temperance (“Temi”) ...Read Review

Monsoon Mists

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2014

Genres:

Romance

This is book 3 in Courtenay’s Kinross series. It’s 1759, and widower Jamie Kinross has swapped the cold of the pine forests of ...Read Review

The Secret Kiss of Darkness

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2014

Genres:

Time-slip

I found the illustration on the front of the book very intriguing, and once opened, the cover is lifted on a world of ...Read Review

The Gilded Fan

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2013

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The story is set in the 1640s, starting off in Japan and then going via Amsterdam to England at the time of the ...Read Review

The Silent Touch of Shadows

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2012

Genres:

Time-slip

The prologue to The Silent Touch of Shadows sets the tone for this romance. In Chapter One, we meet Melissa Grantham, a single ...Read Review

Highland Storms

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2012

Genres:

Romance

Heartbroken Brice Kinross travels from Sweden to take up the reins of the family estate, Rosyth, in Scotland. Having been betrayed by his ...Read Review

The Scarlet Kimono

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2011

Genres:

Romance

In the spring of 1611, warlord Taro Kumashiro is warned by a seer of a red-haired, blue-eyed woman sailing to Japan. Meanwhile, in England, 17...Read Review

Trade Winds

By Christina Courtenay - Published 2010

Genres:

NauticalRomance

Trade Winds is this author’s first novel. Set in 1732, the story begins in Scotland, moves to Gothenburg, Sweden, and then to the ...Read Review