The Pride of Lions by Marsha Canham

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When an innocent flirtation sparks a duel, spirited beauty Catherine Ashbrooke is forced to marry the winner - a mysterious swordsman with a dark secret - and to fight the desire he kindles within her.
 

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Marsha Canham is the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award-winning author of twelve historical romance novels and lives outside Toronto, Canada. When she sat down to write The Pride of Lions, she had no idea the telling of Catherine and Alexander's love story would require three years, and take her through nearly 1,000 pages of romance, adventure, and tragedy, and every locale and setting from the glittering ballrooms of an English manor house to the heroic battlefield of Culloden Moor. Watch for The Blood of Roses, the sequel to The Pride of Lions, coming from Dell in June 1998.
 
Published March 1, 1991 by Severn House Pub Ltd. 416 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Canham (The Last Arrow) delivers standard, dependable bodice-ripping in this first volume of the two-part romance of British aristocrat Catherine Ashbrooke and Scottish lordling Alexander Cameron, who

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Canham (The Last Arrow) delivers standard, dependable bodice-ripping in this first volume of the two-part romance of British aristocrat Catherine Ashbrooke and Scottish lordling Alexander Cameron, who marries her in a shotgun wedding after they are caught kissing on her father's terrace.

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