Lady Of The Knight by Jackie Ivie
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A passionate, emotional, action-packed story set against the violent and volatile backdrop of 14th-century Scotland. When her family is wiped out by Clan FitzHugh, Morganna KilCreggar makes a vow to gain justice. Tall, fit, and a weapons expert with formidable skill and perfect aim, Morganna becomes the "lad" Morgan and squire to her enemy, Alexander, the youngest FitzHugh. When desire breaks through Morgan's secret and she and Zander becomes lovers, he surprises her by surpassing all her dreams

About Jackie Ivie

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Jackie Ivie lives in Anchorage, Alaska, with her husband and their four children and manages a large service company. In her "spare time" between being a mom, a wife, and a businesswoman, Jackie can usually be found at her word processor, totally absorbed in another century while gazing occasionally at the magnificent snow-capped mountain views through her windows.
Published December 1, 2004 by Zebra. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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