The Bride of Rosecliffe by Rexanne Becnel

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Bestselling, award-winning author Rexanne Becnel brings the glory, intrigue, and breathtaking passion of the twelfth-century Wales to life in this spellbinding tale of loyalty and love...

In the name of the English King Henry, Rand Fitz Hugh has arrived to claim rebellious Wales. A fierce and loyal warrior, he is prepared for war, but boldly seeks peace, never imagining the battle that will rage within his own heart.

Josselyn ap Carreg Du is prepared to marry a man she loathes in order to unite Welsh lands against the hated English. Before she can do so, Rand makes her his captive-and pawn of his politics and ambition. She fears him, not because he is her mortal enemy...but because he has the means to make her forget that. In a time of strife and treachery, when enemies give no mercy and desperate choices mus be made, love may prove the greatest weapon of all...
 

About Rexanne Becnel

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Rexanne Becnel's love of English history probably stemmed from the childhood years she lived in London. She now lives and works in New Orleans, another locale drenched in history and romance. She has won many awards for her historical romances.
 
Published September 15, 1998 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 385 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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