Taming the Wolf by Deborah Simmons
(Harlequin Historical)

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Champion of Her Heart

Though Marion Warenne's past was but a dim nightmare, her present held a vision of glory—the formidable Dunstan de Burgh. A fierce knight who was determined to win their battle of wills, all the while protesting mightily that he believed not in love….

Dunstan de Burgh, Baron of Wessex, had ofttimes heard himself likened to a wolf on the prowl: fierce, brave and ever-alert to danger. How so, then, could one soft-eyed damsel escape his watchful eye time and again? And even more dangerous, slip past his guard and find her way into his heart?


About Deborah Simmons

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Deborah Simmons turned to fiction after a love of historical romances prompted her to write her first book, which was published in 1989. It was followed by twenty-five novels and novellas, among them a USA Today bestselling anthology and two finalists in the Romance Writers of America’s annual RITA competition. Her titles have been published in 26 countries, including illustrated editions in Japan, making her grateful for the support of readers throughout the world.
Published July 16, 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s. 299 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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