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Knight's Caress

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  • Sales Rank:60,985
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:382
  • Publication Date:January 24, 2014
  • ASIN:B00E255XW4


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She was his sworn enemy...

Though the conquering Normans had taken his keep and his lands, Tedric of Woodrose swore he would wreak vengeance on those who had killed his father and kidnapped his sister. And he knew just the way. He would take his own captive — Amberlie de Fontaine, the brown-eyed Norman beauty who was now lady of his former keep. And once he had stolen her away, he would not scruple over stealing a fiery kiss or two from this dark and enchanting hostage...

He was her only desire...

Amberlie knew she should despise Tedric of Woodrose. After all, he had kidnapped her, and worse, it was almost certainly Tedric who had killed her husband in one of his many attempts to regain his land. But the tall, blond Saxon warrior was not the savage she had expected. And try as she might, it was not hate but passion she felt in his presence; passion that stirred her as never before. He had taken her by force, but she would give herself freely to the sweet ecstasy of his tempestuous embrace...

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