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THE CONQUEROR'S LADY
by Terri Brisbin

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1066 England

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Brisbin's latest medieval romance is compelling and riveting with its rich narrative, pulsing sexual tension and chilling suspense. It's a tale of a man of passion, action and heat, and the innocent beauty who conquers him body and soul.

Giles Fitzhenry, knighted warrior of William the Conqueror, is given Taerwood as his reward and Lady Fayth, the keep's heiress, as wife. He's won her lands, but Fayth vows to continue the fight against these invaders.

But instead of a barbarian, she finds herself married to a strong, caring man. The newlyweds surrender to the sizzling passion between them and begin to forge a new future -- until Fayth's dangerous secret is revealed and their new life comes crashing down around them. (HARLEQUIN, Jul., 291 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: July 2009

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