The Coming of the Wolf is the long-awaited prequel to Elizabeth Chadwick's bestselling and beloved first novel The Wild Hunt.
Shortlisted for the RNA Historical Romantic Novel Award
The long-awaited prequel to Elizabeth Chadwick's bestselling and beloved first novel The Wild Hunt
'Picking up an Elizabeth Chadwick novel you know you are in for a sumptuous ride'
The Welsh Borders, 1069
When Ashdyke Manor is attacked, Lady Christen is forced to witness her husband's murder and the pillaging of her lands at the hands of brutal Norman invaders.
It seems the pain is finally over when Miles Le Gallois, Lord of Milnham-on-Wye, calls off the attack. But he has Christen's brother under armed guard and a deal to offer: her brother's freedom for her hand in marriage. Christen finds herself hastily married into the enemy side, with her brother swearing his vengeance on her new husband.
Miles and Christen's precarious union invites enemies from all sides and when Miles is summoned for a lengthy campaign by the King, Christen is left to watch his lands. In the midst of war, two enemies must somehow learn to trust one another if they are to survive . . .
Praise for Elizabeth Chadwick
'An author who makes history come gloriously alive'
'Stunning . . . Her characters are beguiling, and the story is intriguing'
'Meticulous research and strong storytelling'
Woman & Home
Chadwick has excelled herself. This terrific novel is packed with action, emotion, politics and passion - Sunday Express
Elizabeth Chadwick is an excellent chronicler of royal intrigue... [The Irish Princess] is a fascinating account of Aoife's life - The Times
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An author who makes history come gloriously alive - The Times
One of Elizabeth Chadwick's strengths is her stunning grasp of historical details... Her characters are beguiling and the story is intriguing and very enjoyable
Enjoyable and sensuous - Daily Mail
Picking up an Elizabeth Chadwick novel, you know you are in for a sumptuous ride - Daily Telegraph
Chadwick's research is impeccable, her characters fully formed and her storytelling enthralling - Historical Novel Review
Much of Elizabeth Chadwick's research is carried out as a member of Regia Anglorum, an early mediaeval re-enactment society with emphasis on accurately re-creating the past. She also tutors in the skill of writing historial and romantic fiction. She won a Betty Trask Award for The Wild Hunt and has been shortlisted for the RNA Awards five times.