A Dove at Midnight by Rexanne Becnel

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A maiden’s self-imposed isolation makes her the seductive prize in a royal battle for power

Lady Joanna Preston lives cloistered behind the walls of a nunnery, sealed away from a world of savagery and sorrow. As heir to the sought-after Oxwich Castle, Joanna has vowed never to love or take a husband, denying herself the passion she has secretly dreamed of. When Sir Rylan Kempe, Lord of Blaecston, a fierce yet noble warrior-knight locked in a vengeful battle with a royal enemy, comes to claim her and her castle in the name of ultimate revenge, Joanna is intent on defying the commanding knight at every turn. Yet soon the treachery of kings binds them together in unholy union and soul-deep desire, and Rylan must choose between his consuming love for Joanna and the treacherous game to which he has pledged his life.

About Rexanne Becnel

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Rexanne Becnel's love of English history probably stemmed from the childhood years she lived in London. She now lives and works in New Orleans, another locale drenched in history and romance. She has won many awards for her historical romances.
Published April 9, 2013 by Open Road Media Romance. 386 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There's definitely an "old style" feel to the relationship between Rylan and Joanna, and the machinations at court take quite a long time to play out (I think Julie Garwood took a shorter route through similar territory in one of her Medievals), but I've re-read A Dove at Midnight a number of tim...

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