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- DescriptionHe is a desperate prisoner escaped from the dungeons and she is his beautiful and daring captive. It was only three months ago when I, Lord Reynard Devin de Fauconer, learned of my father's death, making me Baron Rothwell. When I returned to the family castle after a five-year absence, I certainly did t expect to find my cousin, Sir Garron, sitting in my stead, having stolen my identity. Then to imprison me in the darkest hole of my own dungeon, accused of the most vile treachery. And yet I cant blame him for his perfidy, for truly it was I who killed Maggie of Maidwell-his woman. I fear my actions, my desires brought about her death. After this tragic incident I vowed never to touch ather woman-gentle or baseborn. However all is t lost-with the aid of a loyal servant I escaped the dungeon. I must tell you that during my flight I stumbled upon the most exquisite creature. Even half dead as I was, I could t resist the desire to kiss those lush lips. But what happened next was most unexpected-the lovely girl took it upon herself to sneak me from the castle, away from Garron's grasp. It was then I realized the spirited beauty was ne other than Lady Rianna de Termonde, my own betrothed, come to marry the imposter Baron Rothwell! The thought of him touching her, kissing her, makes my blood boil. And so I have done the unthinkable-I have kidnapped her. We've been racing across England for several weeks w, eluding Sir Garron's men and battling brigands intent upon killing me and stealing her. But I wonder if I am deluding myself. Rianna believes me to be Baron Rothwell's cousin, and I have t dissuaded her from this belief, using it as a shield to protect her. But I tell you honestly, I do t kw how much longer I can resist the passions brewing between us. There is something about her which touches me in a way I have never felt before. Should I reveal my true identity to her? Confess my darkest secret? Or will my love bring about the death of yet ather woman? I seek your wise counsel in this matter. Desperately Yours, (the true) Baron Rothwell This book has been previously published. Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex, graphic language, and violence.
- Author BiographyBorn in North York, Ontario, Ingela F. Hyatt has lived with her family on the West Coast of Canada, in beautiful British Columbia, for the last 23 years. For Ingela writing is a passion that drives her to write the next story buzzing around her head, becoming thoroughly immersed in the worlds and characters she creates. Since adolescence European history has fascinated her, prompting Ingela to acquire and study a vast library on the past cultures on the British Isles and France. At the age of 14 Ingela began reading historical romance novels and has amassed an extensive collection of authors. With her love of history and writing, it was a natural progression to create her own tales. After seven years, nine manuscripts, and 128 rejections, Ingela finally sold her first book and signed a contract with Samhain Publishing in February 2006. The future's so bright, she feels she now has to wear shades.To learn more about Ingela and her books, check out her website: www.ingelahyatt.com or her blog: http: //blog.ingelahyatt.com. You can also sign up for her newsletter to receive excerpts, contests and breaking news at: http: //groups.yahoo.com/group/ingelahyatt/.
- Author(s)Ingela F. Hyatt
- PublisherSamhain Publishing Ltd
- Date of Publication06/07/2010
- SubjectScience Fiction & Fantasy
- Place of PublicationStow
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSamhain Publishing Ltd
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight352 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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