She was the enemy he must destroy--no matter how much he wanted her....
Let the rich, dazzling voice of Juliana Garnett wrap you in the passion and pageantry of another time--and the tale of two well-defended hearts that must finally surrender...to desire.
She vowed she'd never yield...to the treachery of his plans or the heat of his passion....
Sent by William of Normandy to quell a brazen Saxon rebellion, Luc Louvat believed his mission would be easily accomplished. For what foolish Saxon lord had any hope of triumphing against an army of seasoned Norman knights?
But the great warrior was in for a shock...surprised first by the ferocious battle the wily old lord waged--and then by what he discovers when he meets his adversary face-to-face: no crusty, aging nobleman this, but an exquisite princess with a face as fragile as a flower--and a will as steely as the sword she wields.
Suddenly Luc finds he's waging a dangerous new war...aimed at the defenses of a fierce Saxon beauty who threatens to conquer his warrior's heart.
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Don't miss Juliana Garnett's other spellbinding historical romances:
"A brilliant tapestry interweaving shimmering threads of mysticism, intrigue, gallantry, passion, honor and love into a medieval tale that will hold you enthralled till the end."
"An opulent and sensuous tale of unbridled passions. I couldn't stop reading."
--Bertrice Small, author of The Love Slave
"Filled with the passion and pageantry of medieval times. An exciting read!"
--Susan Wiggs, author of Dancing on Air
Juliana Garnett has written numerous medieval romances as well as over fifty romance novels under the name of Virginia Lynn. In 2003 she received the Lifetime Achievement award from Romantic Times Magazine.
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Descrizione libro Fanfare, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0553576267
Descrizione libro Fanfare, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110553576267