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The Rose of Blacksword: A Loveswept Classic Romance [NOOK Book]

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From bestselling author Rexanne Becnel, this classic romance is the beguiling tale of two souls cast together by fate. Like all her historical novels, The Rose of Blacksword speaks to a love that resonates throughout the ages.
 
Lady Rosalynde of Stanwood has the power to entice men to deeds of reckless daring. And none is so rash and bold as the condemned outlaw known as Blacksword. In return for safe escort to her ancestral castle, ...
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The Rose of Blacksword: A Loveswept Classic Romance

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Overview

From bestselling author Rexanne Becnel, this classic romance is the beguiling tale of two souls cast together by fate. Like all her historical novels, The Rose of Blacksword speaks to a love that resonates throughout the ages.
 
Lady Rosalynde of Stanwood has the power to entice men to deeds of reckless daring. And none is so rash and bold as the condemned outlaw known as Blacksword. In return for safe escort to her ancestral castle, Rosalynde is forced to marry the rogue, never dreaming that holy wedlock will fan the flames of unholy desire.
 
Wielder of the coveted Blacksword, with the fate of his noble name resting on his massive shoulders, Sir Aric of Wycliffe lives to bring death to his treacherous nemesis—until his heart is bested by the enchanting maiden who saved him from the hangman’s noose. Bound together by ancient custom, the brazen knight demands nothing less than Rose’s total surrender. But even as revenge and honor war within him, he is undone by the most seductive conqueror of all: wild, irresistible love.

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Tender, Loving Cure, Spellbound, and This Fierce Splendor. 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307799227
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 12/12/2011
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 448
  • Sales rank: 99,698
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Rexanne Becnel has written numerous historical novels to much critical acclaim. Her novel My Gallant Enemy won the 1991 Waldenbooks First Time Romance Author Award and the Romantic Times Best Award in the category of Medieval Romance by a New Author.
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    Wonderful medieval! The hero and heroine are so compelling that

    Wonderful medieval! The hero and heroine are so compelling that I couldn't put this down!

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