Betrothed to the Barbarian by Carol Townend
(Palace Brides)

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Princess Theodora of Constantinople is to marry Duke Nikolaos, the general-in-chief of the army, a man chosen for her by the Emperor. An imperial princess must always do her duty--be beautiful, obedient and pure.
But Theodora spent ten years in exile in a barbarian land. There, once, she might have forgotten protocol. Forgotten enough to have given birth to a baby in secret. As her wedding night approaches, Theodora finds she wants to share her bed with the Duke, except she knows she's on the verge of revealing her biggest sin....
Palace Brides
Beauties of Byzantium, claimed by warriors!

About Carol Townend

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Carol Townend writes medieval romances set in England and Europe. She went to a convent school in Whitby, Yorkshire and studied history at London University. Carol’s research travels have taken her to France and Italy and more recently to Istanbul. Ancient castles, churches and palaces all fire her imagination. Visit her blog:
Published August 1, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 282 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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