The Reiver's Woman by Catherine Creel

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In a land without rules, passion has no boundaries. . . .

Analise Howard is powerless against the political tide along England's Scottish border. As a pawn for peace, she is married off to Ronan Armstrong, the Scottish leader of a fierce band of border reivers-men. Blessed with devilish charms, Ronan could make any woman forget her woes.

But the innocently seductive Analise is determined to escape, and her life with Ronan ignites into a war of its own.

Though treachery, not love, brought them together, Analise can not deny her growing desire. For with each caress, Ronan wins her trust—and home becomes a place of sweet enchantment in the arms of her boldest enemy. . . .
 

About Catherine Creel

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Catherine Creel's first historical romance novel was published in 1979.  Since then she has written more than twenty others. She continues to feel as though she belongs in an earlier century, and still maintains that love at first sight is a valid phenomenon.A native Texan, she has lived in London, England, and has recently moved back to the States with her husband and three children.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Ballantine Books.
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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