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Alinor
     

Alinor

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by Roberta Gellis
 

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Now alone, despite her exquisite beauty, Lady Alinor is physically and emotionally deprived of love-until her amorous desires are stirred by the dark, sensuous Lord Ian de Vipont. Trapped in a maze of treacherous power plays and volatile liaisons, she is irresistibly swept into an intoxicating passion for a man whose forbidden love promises only pain and peril. A

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Now alone, despite her exquisite beauty, Lady Alinor is physically and emotionally deprived of love-until her amorous desires are stirred by the dark, sensuous Lord Ian de Vipont. Trapped in a maze of treacherous power plays and volatile liaisons, she is irresistibly swept into an intoxicating passion for a man whose forbidden love promises only pain and peril. A strong-willed woman desperate in her quest for love, Alinor will not heed even the most torturous obstacles in her path.

From the brutal battlegrounds of France to the rich pageantry of English courts, Alinor's turbulent adventures and romantic passions weave a breathtaking tale of danger and desire.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780843936070
Publisher:
Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
05/01/1994
Series:
Roselynde Chronicles Series
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
4.19(w) x 6.86(h) x 1.09(d)

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Alinor 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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I Love this series
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One of my all time favourite medieval historical romances, of the well researched middle weight division. Elizabeth Lowell or Ruth Langan or Amanda Scott would be some of the best of the lighter weight division. Dorothy Dunnett, Shellabarger, possibly Costain or Chadwick in the heavier division. This one has possibly the best jousting scenes since the movie Camelot. It has a strong unusual romance where the heroine is a widowed mother with two children. I like this second book even better than Roselynde which was the first. Keeper 5 stars.
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