A Rose in Winter

A Rose in Winter

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by Shana Abe
     
 

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A deeply enthralling, richly romantic novel of passion and adventure by a stunning new voice in historical romance. . .

At sixteen, Lady Solange had pledged her love to Damon Wolf, had dreamed they would be together forever. But when her ruthless father threatened Damon's life unless she agreed to marry another, Solange did the only thing she could: she

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A deeply enthralling, richly romantic novel of passion and adventure by a stunning new voice in historical romance. . .

At sixteen, Lady Solange had pledged her love to Damon Wolf, had dreamed they would be together forever. But when her ruthless father threatened Damon's life unless she agreed to marry another, Solange did the only thing she could: she scorned her true love and sent him away. . . never imagining the fate that awaited her, never knowing that one day her destiny would be entwined with Damon's once more.

For nine long years, Solange has lived a nightmare, wed to a wealthy lord whose handsome face hides a soul of darkest evil. Yet now, just as she is poised to finally make good her escape, Damon suddenly appears at the castle gate. Gone is the gentle hero of her childhood, replaced by a fiercely attractive, thunderously angry knight, who makes it clear he has never forgiven her betrayal. Convincing Damon to escort her to safety will take all Solange's ingenuity--but the real challenge lies in breaching the walls that Damon has built between them, to win back his trust. . . and his hardened heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307833938
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
06/19/2013
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
416
Sales rank:
186,808
File size:
2 MB

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A Rose in Winter 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is one of the best books in this category that i have read in a while. perhaps it is because the hero doesn't try to constantly force the heroine into submission, something that generally sends a wave a nausea through me.