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The Saxon Bride
     

The Saxon Bride

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by Ashley York
 
Rowena Godwinson, a Saxon princess, refuses to go willingly into a forced marriage to one of King William's most favored knights but her struggle against enemy occupation fades away in the pleasurable arms of her Norman husband. Will he bring her people to their knees in his attempt to please his liege lord? Or can she win him over to the Saxon's side even while one

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Rowena Godwinson, a Saxon princess, refuses to go willingly into a forced marriage to one of King William's most favored knights but her struggle against enemy occupation fades away in the pleasurable arms of her Norman husband. Will he bring her people to their knees in his attempt to please his liege lord? Or can she win him over to the Saxon's side even while one of her own plots to overthrow the bastard king?

John of Normandy is a soldier made for battle, ingrained with chivalry and a deep sense of loyalty to his mentor and king. Serving his liege is reward enough. Neither a title nor a child bride will entice him to become an indolent lord. A chance encounter with an alluring beauty, however, releases all his pent up desires and unspoken needs. His young bride has become a passionate woman, tempting him beyond his endurance. Can he win her over before she learns the truth of her father's death?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940150750678
Publisher:
Ashley York
Publication date:
10/23/2014
Series:
Norman Conquest Series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
213
Sales rank:
1,985
File size:
227 KB

Meet the Author

Aside from two years spent in the wilds of the Colorado mountains, Ashley York is a proud life-long New Englander and a hardcore romantic. She has an MA in History which brings with it, through many years of research, a love for primary documents and the smell of musty old libraries. With her author's imagination, she likes to write about people who could have lived alongside those well-known giants from the past.

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The Saxon Bride 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 19 days ago
The writing was smooth and easy to read.
Anonymous 19 days ago
Anonymous 21 days ago
A Saxon/Norman tale. This story seemed well researched but was told in a rather disjointed manner; facts that could have been erased into the story were kind of tossed in abruptly making it a little hard to read
cmac1 24 days ago
Good book well done.