John Anthony Miller was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to a father of English ancestry and a second-generation Italian mother. Motivated by a life-long love of travel and history, he normally sets his novels in exotic locations during eras of global conflict. Characters must cope and combat, overcoming their own weaknesses as well as external influences spawned by tumultuous times. He’s the author of seven historical thrillers and mysteries, as well as Song of Gabrielle. He lives in southern New Jersey with his family.
Normandy, 1216: Lady Gabrielle is captured at a French convent and taken to an English castle, a prize for Sir Michael Marston. Her lover, Montague of Rouen, allies with English barons plotting to overthrow their king. As England drifts into civil war, Montague attacks. Minerva, a powerful witch, casts a spell on Marston and Gabrielle, joining the two as one.
Montague fights with passion never seen before or since, and the castle begins to fall. Wrought with doubt, defined by desire, Gabrielle is forced to choose. With whom will she spend eternity: Sir Michael Marston or Montague of Rouen?
A romance thread through a world of war, fantasy fused with fiction, Song of Gabrielle is the tale of a woman who loves two men. Riddled with hexes, potions and spells, bound by love and honor, it defines the heart and all it holds, and the forces that try to control it.