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by Margaret Moore

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1200s Scotland

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Lady Beatrice has been in love with Sir Ranulf for years, but being the daughter of a traitor is not any kind of recommendation. But it didn't matter since Ranulf never looked at her like
a man looks at a woman. Or did he?

Ranulf jumps at the opportunity to relocate to Cornwall and get away from the lovely Lady Beatrice. Oh, he noticed her alright, but she was too good for a landless knight with no wealth, power
or family. When she follows him to Cornwall to help organize his household, Ranulf tries to scare her away
with his lust. Only he is the one who
is seduced by the lively beauty.

The two are finally falling in love when a woman from Ranulf's past arrives and comes between them.
Now Ranulf must not only discover the secrets of his new castle and capture a murdering band of smugglers, but he must confess to Beatrice the truth about his past -- a past guaranteed to scare her away for good.

Readers continue to ask for "Moore." Her latest book is a sparkling, dynamic tale of two lonely hearts who find each other despite their pasts and the evil forces surrounding them. SENSUAL. (Aug., 384 pp., $5.50)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HQN

Published: August 2006

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