The Devil Claims a Wife by Helen Dickson

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Guy St. Edmond, returning warrior, will let nothing stand in the way of his desire

Spoken of only in whispers—and with a name that strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies—Guy St. Edmond wields his ancient sword like the Devil and his charm like a weapon. Confronted with a woman who does not cower before him, he finds his interest is aroused—but Jane Lovet is sworn to another.

Yet her engagement is soon broken by Guy's ruthless intervention, causing a scandal that echoes around the royal court. Forced into marriage, he can't deny that having the desirable Jane at his side night after night promises untold pleasures….


About Helen Dickson

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A love of history drove Helen Dickson to writing and she spends hours in reference libraries researching her subject, which she thoroughly enjoys, but she realizes that it is a balance of imagination and the accuracy of research that makes a good story. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors, reading, going to the movies and listening to music (especially classical). Helen lives on an arable farm in South Yorkshire, England, with her husband of over thirty years.
Published May 1, 2013 by Harlequin Historical. 284 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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