The Golden Cage

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About the author:
Caroline was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa during the peak of the apartheid years. As a result she is passionate about human rights and helping the community to gain awareness of issues facing our modern world.
She trained as a Primary School teacher and spent years teaching and lecturing before giving it up to go start a new venture in the non-profit sector with her husband Hamilton. Together they took on the adventure of relocating to the South Island of New Zealand with their three children, to replicate their venture in South Africa.
Learning to adapt to a new culture and relate to people of diverse cultures was a delight and inspiration to her. An event that changed the family's life and purpose led them to relocate and start afresh on the North Island of New Zealand.
There, she began writing as a therapeutic exercise after personal trauma and discovered the power of words and the freedom that writing brings. Writing soon became a love and a way to express her thoughts.
She began with short children's stories followed by the Awakening - book 1 of the Destiny Chronicles. Since then, she has written and published The Reckoning (Bk 2), The Rising (Bk 3) and now the Golden Cage (Bk 4). She is currently working Book 5 of the series.

The Golden Cage
 

Authored by Caroline Hemingway
Edition: 1

It was the opportunity of a lifetime to paint a King's portrait. Summer Sveinsson enters court full of enthusiasm and trust - until the King sets his sights on her as his next mistress. Her naiveté is soon shattered by a lustful King, a jealous Queen and a shocking betrayal that catapults her on a perilous journey, changing her life forever.
A novel about courage and love in the face of fear.


Publication Date:
2017-09-24
ISBN/EAN13:
0994202830 / 9780994202833
Page Count:
384
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Historical




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