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England, 716—a time of power and passion, corruption, courage, violence and vengeance…

He was for sale—a slave forced to do the bidding of others. Dangerous…and fascinating, but no more than a thrall in chains.

She was a lady, a woman bent on vengeance. A woman in need of help. Not the ordinary kind of ...

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Overview

England, 716—a time of power and passion, corruption, courage, violence and vengeance…

He was for sale—a slave forced to do the bidding of others. Dangerous…and fascinating, but no more than a thrall in chains.

She was a lady, a woman bent on vengeance. A woman in need of help. Not the ordinary kind of help. What she wanted to do, what she had to do, did not require commonplace skills.

It required courage that took no account of either the odds or the risks. Her idea was every bit as reckless as the slave's bravery…and in all probability just as doomed. No matter the cost, she would never be at the mercy of anyone's will again.

They were worlds apart.

And anything between them was.

Forbidden…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460362631
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/15/2014
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 222,460
  • File size: 562 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2004

    Great jhistorical romance

    When the hunk in chain on the auction block stops Eadward the King¿s Reeve of Lindherst from using his knife on him, wealthy aristocratic widow Rowena notices. She especially liked the way the slave made Eadward not only pauses, but show fear for the first time. Rowena buys the thrall planning to use him as a tool of vengeance on the odious tax collector whom she knows killed her spouse................................ Rowena offers her new penal slave Wulf his freedom in exchange for his killing Eadward. Desperate to escape bondage, Wulf accepts. However, even before she bought the proud Wulf, Rowena and he shared an attraction, but both thought it must be A MOMENT¿S MADNESS. Now those feelings are blossoming into love, but a lowly slave and an elitist noblewoman could never share a relationship beyond that of servitude and his mistress, could they?................................. FORBIDDEN is an enjoyable historical romance that grips the audience with the almost helpless feelings that Rowena and Wulf display regardless of their social position. The story line is action packed, but really driven by the lead couple. Though Eadward is too vile to offer any positive rivalry, sub-genre fans will root for love to serve as the mechanism that Rowena and Wulf use to overcome a societal taboo that the villain cleverly exploits for his personal use................................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2005

    This book SUCKS!!

    The writing is horrid. She blathers on and on and makes no point most of the time. The first 240 pages were so tedious and rambling. If I wasn't the kind of person who has to finish a book, I would have burned the thing after the first few pages. DO NOT WAIST YOUR MONEY ON THE AUTHOR. I have never writen a rewiew for any other book but I feel led to inform the unsuspecting romance reader to stay away.

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