Romance Writers Weekly


Hello and welcome to our hop. Thanks so much for joining us. Hope your Tuesday is wonderful.

Here is this weeks’ challenge:

If you could time travel, what time period would you choose and why?

Having written  eleven historicals, I have done a lot of time travelling. At least on paper. But I have to say, if I had to choose, I would go with the setting for “The Defiant Bride.” It takes place in the transitional period between Henry VII and Henry VIII.

When Henry VIII was crowned, he decided to make it a time of festivity. His father’s reign had been characterized, especially toward the end, by death and sadness and this new Henry wanted his country to celebrate all that it was and leave the melancholy behind. There were feasts and pageants and games and Henry was a happy man. His sense of humor lightened all situations and he was all about love and joy.

It was with this backdrop that my hero and heroine were able to gain the king’s blessing when both had defied Henry’s father. My heroine had refused to follow Henry VII’s decree to wed and instead faked her own death.  My hero, a nobleman, discovered her and wed her without seeking the permission of the king.

Long before the other five wives and the court intrigue that caused so many executions, this was a time of happiness and it would have been amazing to experience it firsthand.

Now let’s hurry over to the talented PG Forte and hear which time period she would choose. But first, check this out…


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