Gretta Curran Browne


Book 7 (the final book) in The Byron Series


From Venice to Ravenna and on to Pisa and Genoa, Lord Byron’s journey through life and Italy continues. But now he is a man sincerely in love with only one woman, living in a quasi-domesticated happiness with her; until his own nation of Britain makes a political request of him – insisting he is the only man who can do it – and so once again he courageously dons the red military uniform of a commissioned British officer, and leaves Italy – knowing the hardest stage of his journey still stretched ahead.


“There was a helplessness about Byron, a sort of abandonment of himself to his destiny, as he called it. He believed in fate. And when fate spoke to him clearly, he always answered the call.”——– Quinnell