Blood Red Roses by Katherine Deauxville

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Fulk de Jobourgh is a knight of the court of King William, commanded to oversee the lands of a noble who was hanged for treason. He is also instructed to marry the dead traitors rebellious daughter and ensure her loyalty to the king. He brings her to the altar, and to his bed, before galloping off once again to command in the Kings war. Although Alwyn, his unwilling bride, is barely able to remember the face of Fulk, she cannot forget her response to his touch. At every turn, she thwarts his efforts to take control over her fathers estate, and finds herself enslaved by her passion for him. Will she be able to resist the sensual pleasure of his touch in order to save her rightful legacy and family honor?
 

About Katherine Deauxville

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Deauxville is the pen name of Maggie Davis. She has written 25 published novels. Davis is a former feature writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, copywriter for Young & Rubicam, NY, and research assistant to the chairman of the department of psychology, Yale University.
 
Published April 1, 2014 by Open Road Media Romance. 244 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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