The Mistress Of Rosecliffe [NOOK Book]

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He captured her legacy then he captured her heart.

Rogue Welsh knight Rhys ap Owain disguises himself as a wandering minstrel and arrives at Rosecliffe Castle to reclaim his birthright and take vengeance on his hated enemy. And Isolde Fitz Hugh will be his pawn. With Isolde's father away, Rhys plans to seize Rosecliffe and his enemy's daughter, striking a mortal blow that ...
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The Mistress Of Rosecliffe

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Overview



He captured her legacy then he captured her heart.

Rogue Welsh knight Rhys ap Owain disguises himself as a wandering minstrel and arrives at Rosecliffe Castle to reclaim his birthright and take vengeance on his hated enemy. And Isolde Fitz Hugh will be his pawn. With Isolde's father away, Rhys plans to seize Rosecliffe and his enemy's daughter, striking a mortal blow that is decades overdue. He has everything planned for his siege-- yet he is unprepared for the desire his beautiful hostage will ignite in him...

A stranger lit the fire buried deep within her, yet it is her dire enemy who reveals himself to Isolde in the throes of first passion. How she loathes him, Rhys ap Owain, the man who has brought her such aching pleasure. He used her innocence and desire to gain his stronghold in a plot to extract vengeance upon her family. Yet neither his revenge nor her hatred is a match for the unexpected passion that will force them to confront a destiny much greater than either could ever imagine...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781250011152
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 3/15/2000
  • Series: Rosecliffe
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 199,437
  • File size: 633 KB

Meet the Author



Rexanne Becnel is the critically acclaimed author of thirteen previous novels. Her novel My Gallant Enemy won the Waldenbooks First-Time Romance Author Award and the Romantic Times Award for the Best Medieval Romance by a New Author. She lives in New Orleans with her family.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2000

    Rosecliffes down fall or its new begining.

    The mistress is a good ending to the rosecliffe trilogy because it ties all the ends to the lives of the people you want to know about. A very good story of hatred turned in to love between enemys.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2000

    Wow...

    It was wonderful. I could NOT put it down. The characters were wonderfully developed and it was just an all around awesome book. Definetely read it!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable medieval romance

    In 1154 Wales, while the English Lord of Rosecliffe, Randolf Fitz Hugh, is away, Rhys ap Owain enters Rosecliffe Castle disguised as a minstrel. Rhys plans to regain what was lost decades ago to the English by seizing the castle and holding Randolf¿s daughter Isolde hostage. <P>Rhys¿ plan of vengeance is perfect except for one nagging problem. His heart beats louder when he confronts the beautiful and feisty Isolde. To her amazement, she finds herself falling in love with her family¿s sworn enemy. Though her father has promised her to some London nobleman, Isolde wants Rhys. However, years of mistrust and ethnic hatred make any permanent relationship seem not only remote, but also down right dangerous. <P>THE MISTRESS OF ROSECLIFFE, the third tale the ¿Rosecliffe¿ trilogy (see THE BRIDE OF ROSECLIFFE and THE KNIGHT OF ROSECLIFFE) is a stirring medieval romance. The story line is exciting, filled with non-stop action and romance, and tidbits from history. The lead couple is dynamic as they struggle between their heritage and their love. Ms. Becnel makes the twelfth century seem like her personal playground as she provides her audience with a vivid well-written tale. <P>Harriet Klausner

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