The Bride Bed by Linda Needham
(Avon Romantic Treasure)

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From fast–growing USA Today bestseller Linda Needham, a medieval historical romance between a young maiden and the powerful knight who's taken over guardianship of her castle – and of her.

 

About Linda Needham

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Linda Needham credits her bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts, support from her fellow writers, and her hero-husband for her publishing achievements. Winning the RWA's Golden Heart as an unpublished author and joining Avon Books two months later are among the highlights of her Fabulous Forties. Seven books, two stageplays, three musical revues and the USA Today and Waldenbooks bestseller lists later, Linda has entered her Fantastic Fifties with brazenness, exaltation, and an RWA Top Ten Favorite Book of the Year award!
 
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 388 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Predictably, he falls for the fiery termagant himself, but war stands between them, a war that Talia hopes to escape and which Alex, the King's man, cannot avoid.

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However, though Talia reciprocates Alex's feelings, her work on keeping her people permanently safe from the constant conquerors that seem to never stop coming is more important to her than her heart's yearning.

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When Lady Talia's forced wedding ceremony is interrupted and her Carrisford Castle is taken by attackers for the seventh time, she knows what to expect and prepares for the looting and killing that is sure to follow.

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It is a time of great civil war in England, Stephen and Maude are fighting over the crown and Lady Talia's castle is a strategic coup in their battle.

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