Prisoner of My Desire

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Destined to be yet another bestseller from the inimitable Johanna Lindsey.

Spirited Rowena Belleme must produce an heir - or incur the dangerous wrath of a ruthless stepbrother who stands to forfeit his ill-gotten wealth. And the magnificent Warrick deChaville is the perfect choice to sire her child - though it means imprisoning the handsome knight and forcing him to bend to her amorous whims.

Vowing to resist but betrayed by his virility, ...

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Overview

Destined to be yet another bestseller from the inimitable Johanna Lindsey.

Spirited Rowena Belleme must produce an heir - or incur the dangerous wrath of a ruthless stepbrother who stands to forfeit his ill-gotten wealth. And the magnificent Warrick deChaville is the perfect choice to sire her child - though it means imprisoning the handsome knight and forcing him to bend to her amorous whims.

Vowing to resist but betrayed by his virility, noble Warrick is intoxicated by Rowena's sapphire eyes and voluptuous beauty. Yet all the while he plans a fitting revenge - eagerly awaiting the time when his sensuous captor becomes his helpless captive. . .and is made to suffer the same rapturous torment and exquisite ecstasy that he himself has endured.

Set in 12th century England, this romance tells of Warrick de Chaville, a powerful and fearsome Lord, and the beautiful noblewoman, Rowena Belleme, who previously imprisoned him and forced him into sexual relations. Vengefully, Warrick captures Rowena, subjects her to a similar fate, and finally falls in love with her. Original.

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If you're looking for the perfect gift for any Johanna Lindsey fan, look no further than Prisoner of My Desire, a sexy romance set in 12th-century England. This classic Johanna Lindsey tale, first published in paperback more than a decade ago, is now available in an elegant hardcover edition. As a weak king clings to the throne, the realm suffers. Law and justice are ignored, and offer little refuge to a lady in distress. Beautiful young heiress Rowena Belleme can find no escape when her brutal stepbrother, Gilbert, forces her into marriage with the lecherous old Lord of Kirkborough. Not even the death of her unwanted husband before the marriage can be consummated can untangle her from Gilbert's web of foul plots. For her stepbrother to command the old lord's troops in his dispute with the warlord known as the Dragon of the North, no one can learn that the Lord of Kirkborough died without begetting an heir. So Lord Gilbert has a stranger kidnapped -- a man whose appearance assures that his child could pass for a legitimate heir -- and forces Rowena to mate with the captive. But that man turns out to be Warrick de Chaville, a powerful knight who is prepared to fight against this unholy theft. And, when Warrick gains his freedom, he unleashes his own plans for vengeance, with all the power of the Dragon of the North at his command. On this unfamiliar battlefield, Warrick and Rowena battle fiercely, with such passion that what began as bitter hatred is soon transformed to glorious love. Sue Stone
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Lindsey, the author of nearly 40 romance novels, is back with a vintage cloth edition of this book (originally published in 1991), which proves that a well-written romance novel never goes out of style. The year is 1152 and, as a woman, Lady Rowena Belleme has no rights. Her evil stepbrother, Gilbert d'Ambray, desires control over as much English land as possible and has pledged Rowena's hand to Lyons of Kirkburough-a man so near death he is a walking corpse. Rowena at first refuses, but Gilbert threatens to kill Rowena's mother if she does not comply. Before the marriage can be consummated, Lyons dies and Rowena celebrates her good fortune, until Gilbert arrives with a new plot-Rowena must become pregnant before Lyons's death is announced. For three nights, Rowena lies with a handsome stranger kidnapped by Gilbert's men. Ashamed at the mistreatment of the man and knowing that Gilbert plans to kill him, Rowena helps him escape. Soon after, Kirkburough is attacked by Gilbert's nemesis Lord Fulkhurst. Rowena is captured and taken to the Fulkhurst dungeon, where Lord Warrick de Chaville cruelly strips Rowena of her title and forces her to become his serf. Despite their passionate hatred of one another, a fervor smolders between them, igniting passion of another kind. Warrick, always feared by the fairer sex, is intrigued by Rowena, who is not afraid of him. Rowena, accustomed to men using her for their own gain, is astonished that Warrick truly cares about her. But will their newfound love be enough to overcome Gilbert's vengeful wrath? Rowena and Gilbert are splendid protagonists, humorously stubborn and pleasingly forthright. (Dec.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780380756278
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 12/28/1991
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 638,715
  • Product dimensions: 4.18 (w) x 6.75 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Meet the Author

One of the world's most successful authors of historical romance, every one of Johanna Lindsey's previous novels has been a national bestseller, and several of her titles have reached the #1 spot on the New York Times bestseller list. Ms. Lindsey lives in New England with her family.

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Chapter One

England, 1152

The lady was small and fragile, but with the tall knight standing before her, her frailty was much more apparent. Her blond head reached no higher than his broad shoulders. And when his open palm cracked across her cheek, her thin body jerked to the side with the force of it. A blow like that would have easily sent her to the floor if she were not supported. But she was supported, by two of the knight's men-at-arms. They stood well behind her, her arms twisted just so to thrust her forward so they would not take a blow meant for her. This kept her upright when she might have buckled, kept her there to receive another blow, and still another.

Across the small chamber, Rowena Belleme watched. She also was being held fast by two men-at-arms, the same two who had dragged her into this chamber to witness her stepbrother's brutality. Blood trickled down the center of her chin from biting her lips to keep from screaming. Tears fell copiously over ashen cheeks. But she had not been struck herself. Like as not it would come to that if she did not give in to her stepbrother's demands after this demonstration of his seriousness, but while his patience held, he did not want to blacken her with bruises that would elicit comment at her wedding.

Gilbert d'Ambray hadno such qualms regarding his stepmother, however. Lady Anne Belleme-nay, she was Anne d'Ambray now and once again a widow, now that Gilbert's father was dead-was of little use to him except as a hostage to Rowena's behavior. And there was not much that Rowena would not do for her mother. But what Gilbert wanted of her now ...

Anne turned to look at herdaughter. Her cheeks were blotched a fiery red with the imprints of Gilbert's heavy hand, yet she had shed not a tear, nor made a single sound. Her expression, so eloquent, wrung more tears from Rowena. It said plainly, This has been done to me so often, 'tis naught. Ignore it, daughter. Do not give the cur what he wants.

Rowena did not want to. Lord Godwine Lyons, the man Gilbert had found to marry her, was old enough to be her grandfather, in truth, her great-grandfather. And her mother had only confirmed the rumors she had heard of this old lord when Gilbert had demanded that Anne convince Rowena to comply with his wishes.

"I know Lyons, and he is not for an heiress of Rowena's stature. Even if his age were not an issue, the man has scandals of perversion attached to his name. Never would I condone such a match."

"He is the only man willing to fight to regain her properties," Gilbert had pointed out.

"Properties your father lost through his greed."

"Nay, it is every man's right --"

"To encroach on his neighbor?" Anne cut in with a full measure of the contempt she felt for her stepson, which was not even a quarter of what she had felt for his brutish father. "To raid and make war without recourse? To steal and force women into marriage before their husbands are even buried! Such rights only came to men since that weakling Stephen was made king."

Gilbert had actually flushed, but more likely with anger than in embarrassment for what his father had done to Anne. In truth, he was a product of the times. He had been only a child of eight when Stephen had stolen the crown from Matilda after old King Henry died. The kingdom had split apart then, half the barons refusing to accept a won-tan as their ruler, the other half holding by their oaths to Matilda, and now her son Henry of Aquitaine. Hugo d'Ambray was one of the barons who had then sworn to Stephen, and so he had felt justified in killing Rowena's father, who was Henry's vassal, and then forcing Walter Belleme's widow to marry him, thereby gaining control of all of Walter's lands, which Rowena as his only child inherited, as well as Anne's dower lands. And neither Anne nor Rowena had any recourse for this injustice, certainly not from a king who had thrown the realm into anarchy.

Unlike his father, who had had a streak of malevolence to complement his brutishness, Gilbert was like most men of his day, respectful when necessary, churlish when not, and intent on filling his coffers with the fruits of other men's labors. But because he had lived seventeen years with anarchy, his policies were no different from any other baron's. Most of them might bemoan having such a weakling that the land was rife with lawlessness, but then most of them took advantage and contributed to thatlawlessness.

Actually, in the three years that Gilbert had been Rowena's stepbrother, he had never said a harsh word to her, nor laid a hand to her in anger as his father had occasionally done. As a knight, Gilbert was well skilled and courageous. As a man, he was actually very handsome, with black hair and dark brown eyes that gave unease for their watchfulness. Until today, Rowena had hated him only because he was his father's son. For their own benefit and their petty wars with their neighbors, they had stripped her lands bare and taken everything of value that she and her mother had ever owned. Theyhad broken the betrothal contract her father had made for her, keeping her unwed strictly for their own profi I so they could continue to draw what they could from her serfs' labors, and demand war service from her vassals each year.

But last year Hugo d'Ambray had thoughtlessly decided to take Dyrwood keep, which sat between one of Rowena's properties and one of his own. That was tantamount to stirring up a hornet's nest, for Dyrwood belonged to one of the greater warlords of the north shires, the Lord of Fulkhurst, who not only came to the aid of his vassal at Dyrwood, routing the besie d sending them back to their own borders, systematically set out to destroy the man who had dared try to steal from him.

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Chapter One

England, 1152

The lady was small and fragile, but with the tall knight standing before her, her frailty was much more apparent. Her blond head reached no higher than his broad shoulders. And when his open palm cracked across her cheek, her thin body jerked to the side with the force of it. A blow like that would have easily sent her to the floor if she were not supported. But she was supported, by two of the knight's men-at-arms. They stood well behind her, her arms twisted just so to thrust her forward so they would not take a blow meant for her. This kept her upright when she might have buckled, kept her there to receive another blow, and still another.

Across the small chamber, Rowena Belleme watched. She also was being held fast by two men-at-arms, the same two who had dragged her into this chamber to witness her stepbrother's brutality. Blood trickled down the center of her chin from biting her lips to keep from screaming. Tears fell copiously over ashen cheeks. But she had not been struck herself. Like as not it would come to that if she did not give in to her stepbrother's demands after this demonstration of his seriousness, but while his patience held, he did not want to blacken her with bruises that would elicit comment at her wedding.

Gilbert d'Ambray had no such qualms regarding his stepmother, however. Lady Anne Belleme -- nay, she was Anne d'Ambray now and once again a widow, now that Gilbert's father was dead -- was of little use to him except as a hostage to Rowena's behavior. And there was not much that Rowena would not do for her mother. But what Gilbert wanted of her now ...

Anne turned to lookat her daughter. Her cheeks were blotched a fiery red with the imprints of Gilbert's heavy hand, yet she had shed not a tear, nor made a single sound. Her expression, so eloquent, wrung more tears from Rowena. It said plainly, This has been done to me so often, 'tis naught. Ignore it, daughter. Do not give the cur what he wants.

Rowena did not want to. Lord Godwine Lyons, the man Gilbert had found to marry her, was old enough to be her grandfather, in truth, her great-grandfather. And her mother had only confirmed the rumors she had heard of this old lord when Gilbert had demanded that Anne convince Rowena to comply with his wishes.

"I know Lyons, and he is not for an heiress of Rowena's stature. Even if his age were not an issue, the man has scandals of perversion attached to his name. Never would I condone such a match."

"He is the only man willing to fight to regain her properties," Gilbert had pointed out.

"Properties your father lost through his greed."

"Nay, it is every man's right -- "

"To encroach on his neighbor?" Anne cut in with a full measure of the contempt she felt for her stepson, which was not even a quarter of what she had felt for his brutish father. "To raid and make war without recourse? To steal and force women into marriage before their husbands are even buried! Such rights only came to men since that weakling Stephen was made king."

Gilbert had actually flushed, but more likely with anger than in embarrassment for what his father had done to Anne. In truth, he was a product of the times. He had been only a child of eight when Stephen had stolen the crown from Matilda after old King Henry died. The kingdom had split apart then, half the barons refusing to accept a woman as their ruler, the other half holding by their oaths to Matilda, and now her son Henry of Aquitaine. Hugo d'Ambray was one of the barons who had then sworn to Stephen, and so he had felt justified in killing Rowena's father, who was Henry's vassal, and then forcing Walter Belleme's widow to marry him, thereby gaining control of all of Walter's lands, which Rowena as his only child inherited, as well as Anne's dower lands. And neither Anne nor Rowena had any recourse for this injustice, certainly not from a king who had thrown the realm into anarchy.

Unlike his father, who had had a streak of malevolence to complement his brutishness, Gilbert was like most men of his day, respectful when necessary, churlish when not, and intent on filling his coffers with the fruits of other men's labors. But because he had lived seventeen years with anarchy, his policies were no different from any other baron's. Most of them might bemoan having such a weak king that the land was rife with lawlessness, but then most of them took advantage and contributed to that lawlessness.

Actually, in the three years that Gilbert had been Rowena's stepbrother, he had never said a harsh word to her, nor laid a hand to her in anger as his father had occasionally done. As a knight, Gilbert was well skilled and courageous. As a man, he was actually very handsome, with black hair and dark brown eyes that gave unease for their watchfulness. Until today, Rowena had hated him only because he was his father's son. For their own benefit and their petty wars with their neighbors, they had stripped her lands bare and taken everything of value that she and her mother had ever owned. They had broken the betrothal contract her father had made for her, keeping her unwed strictly for their own profit, so they could continue to draw what they could from her serfs' labors, and demand war service from her vassals each year.

But last year Hugo d'Ambray had thoughtlessly decided to take Dyrwood keep, which sat between one of Rowena's properties and one of his own ...

Prisoner of My Desire. Copyright © by Johanna Lindsey. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Posted May 26, 2010

    Disappointing, rather tasteless

    While I've enjoyed several of JL's books, this one and a few others disturb me. Surprisingly for a female author, in at least two of her novels that I know of, she portrays rape as acceptable (this seems to have been a common occurance in romance fiction the early 90's and before). As in, the male lead (the one the reader is supposed to be falling in love with) rapes the female lead. What's so sad is that the woman accepts this, even submits to it. So many of the men in this novel (and the other I'm thinking of) are thoughtless of women, if not outright cruel.

    Now, I know authors find it annoying when readers tell them how to write their books, but would it be too much to ask for a little kindness and consideration? Respect? If I may, I'd like to make a few suggestions for future novels (and possible rewrites, as some authors do with their older books) that would make them from good to wonderful:

    1. No rape or semi-rape. Never force or blackmail a woman to your bed, no matter how big your grudge is against her. What part of "no" don't you understand--the "n" or the "o"? You can be as grumpy as you want, even yell, but please don't lay a hand in anger or selfishness on a woman. Be a nice barbarian, please?

    2. The line between "headstrong" and "selfish" is a fine one. Please, tread carefully.

    3. No casual cruelty (or any cruelty), at least not in the protagonists (the ones we're supposed to like). Just because it's the middle ages doesn't mean it's ok to beat your children as punishment, or to be bloodthirsty.

    So, Ms. Lindsey, please forgive me for this rather harsh review. I truly do like your books otherwise. It's just that these points (esp. the rape) prevent me from getting the most out of them.

    4 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2012

    Kept reading hoping it would get better. The rowenna was tied up

    Kept reading hoping it would get better. The rowenna was tied up and raped for three days as retaliation for being forced to do the same to him. He went even further, making her a lady, a serf in his home. She was punished repeatedly for things beyond her control. He treated her cruelly. In the end all was quickly forgiven. Within a couple of pages, she takes him back? PLEASE!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2011

    Favorite JL book!

    First Johanna Lindsey book I've ever read and still my favorite.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

    more from this reviewer

    Depends on one's taste

    In 1152 England, her odious stepbrother Gilbert D¿Ambray forces Rowena Belleme to marry the elderly Godwynne Lyons because her sibling wants to use his new in-law¿s vast estate to fight a tough enemy. To force her to bend to his wishes, he threatens Rowena¿s mother Anne with brutal punishment. However, on their wedding night, her new spouse, old enough to be her grandfather, dies. To produce an heir, her stepbrother kidnaps Warrick deChaville. For the next three nights, Rowena has her way with her prisoner, who tries not to cooperate, but cannot stop his desires. Though Rowena frees Warrick, he thirsts for vengeance for his humiliation. He abducts Rowena to give her a taste of her own medicine. For the next three nights he has his way with her, but instead of freeing Rowena he makes her his servant. However, as she teaches him to enjoy life, Rowena and Warrick fall in love, but her stepbrother like a serpent in Eden has other plans for this couple. This reprint of a decade old medieval romance is entertaining due to the numerous period piece tidbits cleverly interwoven into the plot so that the audience feels as if they are actually in the mid twelfth century. The story line is well written but contains soft bondage (oxymoron?) and also implies rape though both participants act willingly in the heat of the moment. Fans of historical romances with plenty of lust, and a bit of chains and ropes will delight in Johanna Lindsey¿s tale of love ruining a perfect case of revenge. Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    Great escape!

    CMON WHO DOESNT LIKE TO B DOMINATED EVERY NOW AND THEN!!!! I love these romance novels. We've created a society where men r afraid to b men, this is just fun! Lighten up on the whole rape thing, she started it. ;)

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2013

    Repulsive

    I agree with an earlier post: how is a spineless, pathetic woman falling for a cruel, thick-skulled man after he repeatedly rapes her considered "romantic?" I have read probably hundreds of other Medieval romances, including others by JL, which I loved, so I'm familiar with the archetypal males in this genre: they're definitely more brutish and macho than your Regency romance fop. But this one is beyond the pale. Hated both protagonists so much that this book had absolutely NO redeeming factors.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2013

    Just okay for me

    I've read this author's other work and have found it really good. This was not my favorite book so if this is your first, don't judge her solely on this book.

    Sort of weird for me with a forced rape (for lack of a better word) and then the tables are turned and he takes her as a prisoner and vows to make her pay.... which he does..... over and over and over. I found him cruel and wished she would have been a stronger character (without giving too much away).

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2012

    B

    Oo

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2012

    Will read again!

    I love Johanna's book... I think she did a wonderful job on this one!! Will read a second time!! Great sex scenes too!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 13, 2014

    This is my first JL book. I had read the reviews and wanted to

    This is my first JL book. I had read the reviews and wanted to judge for myself. I really liked the book. I take it for what it is worth, a romance novel. Nothing more. I will have to try more of JL's books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2014

    To x 23

    No non nit noway its already a cjaracter plus i know a lot more about wolverine ad hugh jackman and x men than you probably do so no its bearclaw aka emma u want my bio go to superhero union res one and youll see bearclaw bio aka emma thats me and i got it right since males carry the mutant gene i have wolverines powers plus i would be working with hugh jackman if i was ever in an xmen movie and michael fassbender james mcavoy i bet you dont know any of those people

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  • Posted January 30, 2014

    Wow an amazing book I loved it.Will definitely be reading this a

    Wow an amazing book I loved it.Will definitely be reading this again the the future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2014

    A very enjoyable read

    I enjoyed the story and the characters. Worth the time to read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2013

    Aiisha

    ((Sry been super busy))
    Aiisha folded her arms.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2013

    Neko

    "Hi!" He punched her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2013

    X-23's bio

    Name... Laura Kinney. Call me that. Your head will be gone the next day so call me X-23...appearance... black hair and brown eyes. Looks exactly like wolverine. Exept is a girl...... personality... is serious and can be mean. If i go beserk. Nothing can stop me... powers... posseses superhuman reflexes,agility,speed, and senses. Can also extend adamantium-coated retractable bone claws from my hands and feet. Two on each hand one on each foot healing factor.... history... was cloned by a damaged sample of Wolverine's DNA. Was raised by Weapon X program. Was trained to have no emotions exept for anger. A trigger scent can drive me beserk. Turning me inyo a killing machine..... thats all

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

    Neko

    He banged around inside.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2013

    Amanda

    Fell back time stopped she went to res one and threw him in his cage

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2013

    Tony

    Name: tony<p>
    Age: unknown, he ages slowly<p>
    Gender: male<p>
    Looks: tall and thin, sickly pale with blonde hair and icy blue eyes.<p>
    Wears: a ragged black tee-shirt, jeans, no shoes.<p>
    Mutation: he can grow anything in his body he needs such as extra ribs, and can also transform into a wide variety of animals.<p>
    He has a quick temper and can be dangerous. Must be contained at all time for saftey.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2013

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