The De Burgh Bride by Deborah Simmons
(Harlequin Historical Romance)

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Sleeping With The Enemy

It was the last thing Elene Fitzhugh intended. She only prayed her array of sharpened daggers was ample protection against Geoffrey de Burgh's gentle coaxing and honeyed lies, for she was determined to be no man's bride—king's command be damned!

Noble By Birth, Yet Wild At Heart

Though Elene Fitzhugh had slain her first husband in the marriage bed, Geoffrey de Burgh had no choice but to make her his bride. Yet could he ever truly take to wife a woman with so fierce and passionate a soul?


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 15, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s. 288 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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