Carol Mabbett

About me

Carol Townend writes medieval romances for Harlequin Mills & Boon. Born in Yorkshire, she went to a convent school in Whitby and studied history at Royal Holloway College, London. She loves research trips, never quite knowing which castle, church, palace or city will fire her imagination next. Her first novel, Sapphire in the Snow, won the RNA New Writers’ Award.

Carol’s non-fiction writing includes dozens of articles for Writing Magazine and Writers’ News, and a portrait of the Romanovs which introduces family portraits from the Imperial albums. Carol lives in London with her husband and daughter.

For her complete fiction list, please see Carol’s blogsite.

From my website

The Knight's Forbidden Princess

The first in a trilogy of medieval romances entitled Princesses of the Alhambra. They are set in medieval Spain at the end of the fourteenth century. These stories were inspired by a folk tale as told by Washington Irving in his Tales of the Alhambra.The Knight's Forbidden Princess will be published in May 2018.…

Mistaken for a Lady

The fifth novel in the Knights of Champagne mini-series is coming out in October 2016. It tells the story of Francesca, who was first introduced in the second of the novels. Francesca is married to Tristan le Beau, count of the isles, and their marriage is in deep trouble.Here is…

Lady Rowena's Ruin

The fourth book in the Knights of Champagne mini-series set in Twelfth century France will be published in December 2015. Here is the cover blurb:Stolen from the convent!Kidnapped by a masked horseman, Lady Rowena despairs. Her cloistered convent life is in tatters, her reputation surely ruined. Until she discovers her abductor is her…

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