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MAIDEN in the Tudor Court: His Runaway Maiden / Pirate's Daughter, Rebel Wife

MAIDEN in the Tudor Court: His Runaway Maiden / Pirate's Daughter, Rebel Wife (Paperback)

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HIS RUNAWAY MAIDENEscaping her cruel stepmother, Rosamund Appleby heads in disguise for London...until she is halted by Baron Alex Nilsson!He seeks to protect her as they journey together. But when Alex, who trusts no woman, finds himself conveniently married to beautiful Rosamund, he doesn't know which is more treacherous: the enemies plotting his downfall or the seductive lure of the woman in his bed...PIRATE'S DAUGHTER, REBEL WIFEWhen Captain Henry Mariner rescues a lone and vulnerable maiden from the sea, he has good reason to feel guilty about placing her in a precarious predicament. But despite Bridget McDonald's reserve towards him, he knows there is no other option. The only way to protect her life - and her virtue - is to marry her!

Fiction & PoetryRomanceErotic FictionHistorical romanceFiction & PoetryRomanceRomance Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication Date: 04/07/2014 ISBN-13: 9780263246292  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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June Francis' introduction to stories was when her father came home from the war and sat her on his knee and told her tales from Hans Christian Anderson. Being a child during such an austere period, her great escape was the cinema where she fell in love with Hollywood movies, loving in particular musicals and Westerns. Years later, after having numerous articles published in a women's magazine, she knew that her heart really lay in the novel and June has been writing ever since.

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