The Border Lord and the Lady by Bertrice Small
(Border Chronicles)

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Just before Lady Cicely Bowen is about to marry an elegant laird, she's kidnapped by Ian Douglas, a rough and randy border lord. The royal court is in an uproar as Douglas makes every effort to win the heat of the woman he holds captive.


 

About Bertrice Small

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The author of more than fifty historical, fantasy and erotic romance novels, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Bertrice Small lives on the North Fork of the East End of Long Island with her husband and two overfed felines. She is a member of the Authors Guild, Romance Writers of America and RWA's PAN and PASIC. Bertrice Small is the recipient of numerous awards and was honored as a Pioneer of Romance by RT Book Reviews.
 
Published September 2, 2009 by Signet. 464 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lady Cicely Bowen, confidant of Queen Joan Beaufort at the Scottish court, is determined to marry only a man she loves. However, her plans are dashed when she meets rough Scottish border lord Ian Doug

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The fifth installment of Small's popular Border Chronicles (The Border Lord and Lady) offers a rollicking portrait of Scottish lass Margaret "Mad Maggie" Kerr, who in 1532, at 17, is looking for a husband who "will be content to let me do what needs doing."

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Lady Cicely Bowen, confidant of Queen Joan Beaufort at the Scottish court, is determined to marry only a man she loves.

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