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by Diana Cosby

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1256 England and Scotland

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Taking her cue from the timeless captive/captor themes, Cosby delivers a standard medieval battle-of-wills romance designed to satisfy those who enjoy good repartee, the 13th-century backdrop and just enough history and sensuality to keep us satisfied.

When Lady Nichola Westcott is abducted by Scotsman Sir Alexander MacGruder, she expects treachery but quickly learns he's a man of his word. She's been kidnapped for the ransom money that will aid his family and win revenge against her family for his father's murder.

But from the instant Alexander
sees her, he's compelled by a desire
to protect her. Even as she attempts
to escape, Nichola yearns for his embrace. Caught in a tangled web
of politics, secret identities, the fight
for Scotland's freedom and a scheme
to free William Wallace, Nichola
and Alexander forge a love strong enough to withstand any and all
obstacles. (Zebra, Nov., 380 pp., $3.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: November 2007

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