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Book Review: The Conversos by VEH Masters

  The Book's Delight is thrilled to review, The Conversos by VEH Masters. See my review of her first book, The Castilians . The Details   Publisher: Nydie Press Published: 2021 Genre: European Historical Fiction Pages: 337 Available: paperback, ebook Sex: ❤ no Violence: 😨 mild   My Review Reviewer’s Note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The Plot in Brief: The Conversos is the second instalment of the Seton Chronicles. I read and reviewed book one, The Castilians, earlier this year. Although you don’t need to read the first book to fully enjoy The Coversos , I highly recommend that you, only because they are so good. Book two picks up the story of Bethia Seton and her brother Will. Although the siblings love each other they are divided by their religious beliefs. Will has fallen under the influence of the Scottish theologian, the fiery John Knox. Bethia, who escaped her pending marriage to fat Norman, is married i

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