Lindsay Townsend

Lindsay Townsend is fascinated by ancient world and medieval history and writes historical romance covering these periods. She also enjoys thrillers and writes both historical and contemporary romantic suspense. When not writing, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband, gardening, reading and taking long, languid baths – possibly with chocolate.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     WEBSITE

Stand Alone Stories

Genre: Historical Fantasy Romance
Pages: 25
ISBN: 978-1-927361-36-8
Price: $2.50

Handsome, confident, a touch arrogant, Prince Orlando thinks that now he has found Sleeping Beauty, his kiss will wake her at once. When it does not, he realizes he has much to learn about life, and love.

Princess Rosie, trapped in her enchanted sleep, dreams of a mysterious man. Is he a rescuer, or a nightmare? She must fight to recover herself, and all before Christmas, for time is running out.

Genre: Historical= Romance
Pages: 54
ISBN: 978-1-77127-222-3
Price: $2.99

She has twelve days to win his heart.

He has twelve nights and twelve kisses to prove his love.

The battle for the crown of England has ended, and Henry Tudor is king. For David, a supporter of the king, that is excellent news. For Alis, who has been in love with him since a girl, life is less certain. David has married her, but can he love her when her family supported the house of York?

Compelled to be alone with her new husband over a snowy Christmas-time, will Alis win her heart's desire? Will David truly love her?

Genre: Historical Mystery
Pages: 260
ISBN: 978-1-77127-143-1
Price: $5.99

April, 1386.  Alyson Weaver, a widow of Bath, has already married five husbands and is still irrepressibly in her prime.  When a handsome young stranger is murdered in her meadow overlooking St. Michael’s church, she resents it when her admirer, mild bailiff Lucas Fletcher, warns her not to interfere. Lucas has been intimidated into not investigating, but by whom? After her maid Bela is killed, Alyson decides she has no choice but to find out.

Spring begins the pilgrimage season, and a motley group of pilgrims - including Alice Perrers, the notorious former mistress of King Edward the Third - are preparing to leave Bath for the shrine of the Virgin at Walsingham in Norfolk. Before they set out, one of their number, Brother Martin, a friar, confesses sensationally to the manslaughter of the handsome stranger, named as Jehan of Flanders. Brother Martin is joining the pilgrimage to Walsingham as a penance and Jehan’s killing is officially "solved." But Alyson is unconvinced. To her, Brother Martin is a pitiful puppet and someone is pulling his strings - perhaps Bela’s murderer? Taking her mischievous godson Oliver as her page, Alyson joins the pilgrims to find out.

Genre  Historical Mystery
Pages  313
ISBN  978-1-77127-533-0
Price  $5.95
Tags  series, mystery, historical mystery, woman sleuth, weaver, adventure, woman in jeopardy.
Amazon ~ Barnes&Noble ~ Kobo ~ Smashwords ~ Apple iTunes  ~ Bookstrand  ~

Alyson Weaver, five times wife and a now a widow of Bath, is back in her birth city of Bath fighting for her life in a sultry July, 1386. If she and legal advocate Solomon cannot answer devious Prior Herbert’s witchcraft charges, she will be burned to death for heresy and murder. Townsfolk turn against her, including the powerful and venomous Mary Tucker and Alyson’s daughter Margery. Peter’s paramour Isabel and bastard son Lawrence are hoping to seize her property, as are Peter’s grasping kindred. Prior Herbert hates her and Bath coroner Thomas Newby is out for revenge for her championing of those he abuses. Alyson herself had reasons to want Peter dead and Solomon, a church-trained lawyer full of clerical prejudice against women, finds it difficult to like or believe her. Nor can the reader be sure of her innocence. Her friend Felise is seemingly made dangerously ill by one of Alyson’s potions. Margery will speak at the inquest about her father, Peter, testimony which will harm Alyson.

The inquisition begins at Prior Herbert’s sumptuous local manor, where Alyson is attended by her servants, advocate Solomon, and the slippery Pardoner Christopher from An Older Evil. She defends herself stoutly and Solomon is impressive but her steward Gervase is revealed to be a heretic. Gervase is threatened with torture and Alyson and her party have to fight their way off the manor. Then, in a chance discovery by her page, Oliver, Alyson realises that Prior Herbert was right: Peter, her amoral husband, had made enemies all his life and was murdered by poison.

Through the streets and taverns of Bath, Alyson and Solomon have to find out who poisoned little-mourned Peter to save her from the stake and before the murderer gets nervous of her probing and strikes again.

Genre  Historical Mystery
Pages  63
ISBN  978-1-77127-854-6
Price  $3.99
Tags  knights/courtly love, historical romance, bondswoman
Universal link to your country for: Amazon/Barnes&Noble/iBooks/Kobo

Their love crosses and breaks all bounds but can it survive?

Spirited Eleanor is a peasant will do anything to help her younger siblings… and even considers becoming the mistress of Richard of Wykeford, her lord and the local landowner, a handsome, charismatic widower who cares for his children.

Although Richard wants her for her beauty, he also needs her knowledge. As a local wise-woman, she knows cures and poisons, and an unknown poisoner is at work somewhere on his manor.

The closer the two become despite the social gulf between them, the more their danger grows until matters come to a dangerous head when Eleanor is kidnapped.

Genre  Historical Romance
Pages  77
ISBN  978-1-77127-861-4
Price  $3.99
Tags  knights, castles, medieval, historical, historical romance, romance, lords, ladies, kings, queens
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | Scribd | 24Symbols |

As a widow, Lady Emma has power over her lands and castle, and delights in aiding young knights, especially younger sons who will have no lands of their own, to gain poise, knowledge of courtly love and good manners. After all, she greatly misses her dearly loved husband, so what better way to honor him than by helping young knights turn into great husbands like he had been?

Into her world comes Robert, an older, landless knight, battle-hardened and full of natural kindness but rough in manners and lacking in courtly virtues. Despite this, Emma finds herself powerfully attracted to the handsome, protective Robert and he, too, is enchanted by her. They woo each other, learning much about themselves and falling in love. Robert especially begins to understand that he is loveableEmma shows him this and understands how his mother's lack of care has scarred him. She longs to heal him with her love, to share her life with him forever, but will their difference in status stand in her way?





































Author Bio Links

Like us on Facebook

Reader Reviews

"Beautiful! Thoughtful and captivating."

"Greek mythology like you've never experienced it!"

Go to top