Lion's Bride

Lion's Bride

Book - 1996
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Random House, Inc.
A sizzling novel of passion, peril, and searing sensuality from “a master among master storytellers” (Affaire de Coeur)—a magical weaver of spellbinding tales, enticing characters, and unforgettable romance.

The darkly handsome warrior found her in the hot desert night, the last survivor of a caravan devastated by a brutal attack. But Thea could hardly have found a less likely savior. Brooding and powerful, the infamous Lord Ware felt no need to rescue a total stranger, but Thea’s striking beauty and fighting spirit moved him. So the knight in tarnished armor carried her away to his secret stronghold at Dundragon, where she would become his prisoner, his tormentor, his lover . . . and the one weapon his deadly enemy could use to destroy him.

Baker & Taylor
Rescued by the infamous Lord Ware, Thea, the last survivor of a caravan devastated by a brutal attack, finds herself carried away to the secret stronghold of Dundragon and into a life of captivity, until powerful enemies plan to use her as a weapon

Baker
& Taylor

Rescued by the infamous Lord Ware, Thea, the last survivor of a caravan devastated by a brutal attack, finds herself carried away to the secret stronghold of Dundragon and into a life of slavery, until powerful enemies plan to use her as a weapon. Original.

Publisher: New York : Bantam, 1996
ISBN: 9780553569902
0553569902
Characteristics: 420 p. ; 18 cm

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