May, 2015 - Tabor’s Trinket, Book One in the Coin Forest
series set in 15th century England, won the international IPPY award in the Romance category! IPPY is the Independent Publisher
Book Awards, the world’s largest book awards competition, and it drew 6,000 entries this year from USA, Canada, Australia/New Zealand
and Europe! Awards celebration party in New York on May 27.
Click on the cover or the award to read more and/or order!
Janet Lane writes the kind of historical romances I love to read--sexy, fast-paced, and peopled with characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. --Lara Adrian, #1 International New York Times Best-selling Author
Tabor's Trinket has made Janet Lane one of my favorite authors! --Maggie Osborne, RITA-award-winning author
Under the dark night of a traitor’s moon, with her father not yet buried, Nicole Miles Under the dark night of a traitor's moon, with
her father not yet buried, Nicole marries the half Gypsy who killed him--without the king’s blessing and under the shadow of the Evil
Eye. Nicole doesn’t care whether her new husband believes in the rumors that her womb is cursed. She must protect her young brother
and their family’s holdings from being seized by her land-hungry uncle.
Then the Battle of Blore Heath erupts, the first significant fight in the War of the Roses, and Stephen must face Nicole's uncle. The battlefield chaos is a good breeding place for treachery, and the uncle stages an incident that leads the king to declare Stephen a traitor. Only Nicole can help him, but she finds no evidence to prove his innocence, and it is, in the end, a matter of trust. And who can trust a Gypsy? CLICK ON COVER TO READ MORE