The Maiden's Heart by Julie Beard

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A dashingly handsome knight errant agrees to marry a baron's daughter... sight unseen. But his new bride is as beautiful as an angel--and just as chaste. Her plan to stay that way, however, will drive them both to the edge of desire--and danger...

"Julie Beard has a true gift for bringing the past to life." --Susan Wiggs

"There is a magical quality to Julie Beard's writing that brings to life a long-ago time of pageantry and legend, yet gives us characters who are living, breathing people to care about."--Heart to Heart

* Julie Beard is the national bestselling author of Romance of the Rose, Falcon and the Sword, A Dance in Heather, and Lady and the Wolf

About Julie Beard

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Beard has a master's degree from Northwestern University's prestigious Medill School of Journalism and worked for a decade as a television journalist at NBC and Fox affiliates before she had the pleasure of writing fiction full-time.
Published June 1, 1999 by Jove. 333 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this romance set in 14th-century England by bestselling Beard (Romance of the Rose), impoverished knight-errant Sir Hugh de Greyhurst, nursing his latest jousting injury, makes an offer of marriage to Lady Margrete Trewsbury, whose ailing baron father wants her safely wed before he dies.

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