The Captive Bride by Susan Spencer Paul
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She Would Not Be A Bride!

Lady Katharine believed that men and marriage were nothing more than paths to lifelong servitude. And Lord Senet, having stolen her home, seemed no exception. Yet though his touch made her feel beautiful and feminine, how could she ever care for a man she could not trust?

Lord Senet Gaillard was an honorable knight. Had there been another path to reclaiming his ancestral castle other than wedding Lady Katharine, he would have taken it. But the deed was done, and now he must woo his reluctant bride—for winning her heart had become more important than life itself.


About Susan Spencer Paul

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SUSAN SPENCER PAUL, who also writes under the name Mary Spencer, lives in Southern California with her husband, three daughters, and an assortment of over-domesticated pets. She is the author of eighteen historical novels set in a variety of time periods, from medieval to Regency to turn-of-the-century America.
Published July 15, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s. 296 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After fighting the French for England's king, Lord Senet Gaillard is awarded the return of his ancestral lands, on condition that he marry Lady Katharine Malthus, daughter of the man who received Loma

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