"That Stuart monster will never be my king!" Constance Aiken was no royalist When Cromwell fell she lost her ancestral estate. Then the Earl of Brede arrived in all his royalist splendor to take possession of her beloved home. Where was she to go? To her amazement the impetuous Earl swept her into a hasty marriage and off to the intrigue-ridden court of Charles II. There she struggled between the dictates of her Puritan conscience and growing love for her handsome husband. But, with such different backgrounds, could they find true love?
Used availability for Elizabeth Hunter's Puritan Wife
October 1977 : UK Paperback