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by Mary Reed McCall

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Medieval

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Readers count on McCall for accurate, steamy, exciting medieval romances, and she doesn't disappoint as the last Templar finds his match. Following a classic Martin Guerre theme, McCall illuminates the era and captivates.

Caught trying to sell
Templar treasures, Sir Alexander
de Ashby is given a chance to evade the hangman. He is to pose as the late Earl of Marston, infiltrate Marston's keep and convince the earl's wife
that he is her husband, Robert. Lady Elizabeth might be relieved that
Rob has returned, but she doesn't believe the man claiming to be him
is her husband.

On the surface Beth acts the
perfect wife, welcoming Rob/Alex's touch, but she is determined to get behind the charade. Even as Beth exposes Alex's secret she realizes she needs him, not to defend her castle but to be the man she craves in her heart. Theirs is a love born of a lie that becomes a union of desire. (Avon,
Jun., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: June 2007

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