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A KNIGHT'S VOW
by Gayle Callen

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Medieval England

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The king may decree that she marry, but he cant force her to love or honor her husband. Lady Isabel Athersone thinks this wedding will allow her to get closer to achieving the revenge she needs to reclaim her family honor.

When James Cameron, Earl of Bolton meets the Black Angel he has no idea she is his bride. The daring beauty arouses him and causes him to wonder about his marriage.

This forced marriage and the lively battle of wills that follows is continually fed by the flames of unwanted desire and the need for revenge. But is there a way for them to find peace without vengeance and for love to conquer all?

Gayle Callen cements her place as one of the fresh, new voices in Medieval romance. Fans of both the middle ages and forced marriage will devour A KNIGHTS VOW, not only because of the fast-moving action and endearing characters, but because of the powerful sexual tension and strong storytelling talents Ms. Callen possesses. SENSUAL (Oct., 389 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: October 1999

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