The Overlord's Bride by Margaret Moore
(The Warrior Series)

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'Twas Murder Most Foul... Or Was It?

Lord Kirkheathe's first wife was dead, and though his liege lord deemed him guiltless, rumor yet tarred his reputation. Now Elizabeth Perronet found herself his newly wedded bride with a question of her own: If Raymond D'Estienne were truly no savage, how had he unleashed in her things so...untamed and wild?

Treachery, Thy Name Is Woman!

Or so believed Raymond D'Estienne, courtesy of his late wife. What, then, was he to make of the remarkable Elizabeth Perronet, fresh from the convent and determined to change his life--in ways he'd never dreamed!


About Margaret Moore

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USA TODAY bestselling author Margaret Moore actually began her career at the age of eight, when she and a friend concocted stories featuring a lovely, spirited damsel and a handsome, misunderstood thief.Unknowingly pursuing her destiny, Margaret graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature. During that time, she also became a Leading Wren with the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve.While at home with her first child, Margaret's friend gave her The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen Woodiwiss. She was hooked on historical romance and decided to try her hand writing one. In 1991 she sold her first historical romance, A Warrior's Heart, to Harlequin Historical. Since then she has written more than forty historical romances for Harlequin and Avon Books, as well as a young-adult historical romance.Margaret has been a Romantic Times finalist for Career Achievement in Medieval Historical Romance, won the award for Best Foreign Historical from Affaire de Coeur, and two of her heroes have received K.I.S.S. (Knights in Shining Silver) awards from Romantic Times. In 2005 her medieval romance The Unwilling Bride made the USA TODAY bestseller list. The sequel, Hers to Command, was nominated for a Reviewers' Choice award by lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. When not writing, Margaret updates her Web site and blogs.
Published April 8, 2010 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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