'The reader is taken on a galloping ride through the Middle Ages and the shaky reign of Edward IV, the love of Anne's life. There's lust, conspiracy and impressive historical detail to set the scene.' (Daily Telegraph, Sydney on THE INNOCENT)
'Posie Graeme-Evans' masterful prose brings vividly to life the colours, sounds, smells and sights of a romantic and thrilling period in history.' (Sydney Weekly Courier on THE EXILED)
'The sequel to THE INNOCENT and every bit as good, with its richly detailed settings, intrigue, adventure and sizzling love affair between King Edward and Lady Anne.' (Australian Women's Weekly on THE EXILED)
'Her descriptive powers give her tale an assured and authentic touch.'(The Age, Melbourne on THE DRESSMAKER 2010-06-06)
'A beautifully written book with vivid descriptions and all the delicious elements required for true escapism.'(Sunday Herald Sun, Australia on THE DRESSMAKER 2010-06-06)
archaeologist unearths ancient secrets and Viking treasure on a remote Scottish island. Freya Dane has inherited Findnar, a small island off the east coast of Scotland from her long-estranged father. Michael Dane - like Freya, an archaeologist - has left her research notes and artifacts from the island's Viking and Christian past. But what he found is only the beginning of a story that began in 800 AD. It is then that Signy, a Pictish girl from the nearby mainland, narrowly escapes dying along with the rest of her family in a Viking raid. Taken in by the survivors from the new Christian monastery on Findnar, she learns their language and their ways - even the mysteries of writing. But before she can take her vows as a nun, she falls in love with Magni. Like Signy, he is a survivor of the raid, but unlike her, he is a proud follower of the Viking way. Forced to choose between her native religion, her adopted faith and the man she loves, Signy's life is set on a tragic course . . . As the island's terrifying past is revealed, it seems that Findnar may be as dangerous now in the twenty-first century as it was twelve hundred years ago.