The Maiden and Her Knight by Margaret Moore

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A Forbidden Marriage

Lady Allis nearly swoons when she first seesthe tall, tempting knight at her father's jousting tournament. As theeldest daughter of the family, she is duty-bound to wed someone ofwealth and privilege -- and Sir Connor, though mesmerizing, is not onlypenniless but in disgrace. To Connor this fiery, untouchable maiden isa prize worth fighting for. The onetime hero has little save his prideand his skill -- as a warrior and a lover. But will that beenough to survive castle treachereries, to know the rapturous passionthe lady's hungering gaze promises -- and to win her heart?

 

About Margaret Moore

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An award-winning author of over sixteen historical romance novels, Margaret began her career at the age of eight when she concocted stories featuring a lovely damsel and a handsome, misunderstood thief. She's had a soft spot for handsome, misunderstood rogues ever since.Unknowingly pursuing her destiny, Margaret graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. She also demonstrated a facility for language by winning the Winston Churchill Silver Medal for public speaking. She now utilizes this gift of the gab by giving workshops for various writing groups, including Romance Writers of America and the Canadian Authors Association.A past president of Toronto Romance Writers, Margaret lives in Toronto with her husband, two teenagers and two cats.
 
Published March 15, 2011 by HarperCollins e-books. 388 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Although Connor has been forbidden to enter his monarch's presence again on pain of death - a fact which has caused Connor no small problem in the past few years - when he finally does so, Richard Lionheart acts amused, and, in the end, quite trusting of the man he has declared a traitor.

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