The second book, by Carol McGrath was fascinating and very enjoyable. As with the first book, this takes you back to the Saxon Royal line and the very early Normans. It tells how all the widows and daughter of Senlac (Hastings) fled into nunneries or abroad rather than marry a Norman so they could get their hands, legally, on their land. Once again, I didn't know this story so each page was taking me back into a world, that upon till now, was unknown to me. Now I can't wait until the third book comes into Kindle which follows Edith Swan Neck's other daughter Thea. Let's have more books about the Saxon Royals. Miss. McGrath tells a very good story that she has based on fact and she updates the story at the end of the book, so that the reader is well and truly ready for the next instalment.