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Green eyes sparkling with fire, there is no way Lady Rosamund de Longspey has escaped an arranged marriage only to be conquered by a rogue! Gray eyes as hard and flinty as his heart has become, Lord Gervase Fitz Osbern, weary of war and wanton women, will fight for what rightly belongs to him.But Rose is not going to be ousted, and Gervase, a warrior to his fingertips, isGreen eyes sparkling with fire, there is no way Lady Rosamund de Longspey has escaped an arranged marriage only to be conquered by a rogue! Gray eyes as hard and flinty as his heart has become, Lord Gervase Fitz Osbern, weary of war and wanton women, will fight for what rightly belongs to him.But Rose is not going to be ousted, and Gervase, a warrior to his fingertips, is not going to meekly withdraw. Instead he'll claim his castle--and just maybe a bride!...

Title : Conquering Knight, Captive Lady (Harlequin Historical, #938)
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ISBN : 9780373295388
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 288 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Conquering Knight, Captive Lady (Harlequin Historical, #938) Reviews

  • Tiffany
    2018-09-04 21:27

    Overall a nice read, a bit formulaic but that's to be expected of Harlequin novels. What made this book stand out for me was the way Ms. O'Brien captured the feelings her heroine. At times I really felt for Rose and the misunderstands that led to her feeling like she wasn't worthy of a suitor. I also enjoyed her mother's romance as well. It add a nice touch and depth to the story.

  • Amy
    2018-09-20 18:15

    I've had an interest in the stories of King Henry II and Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine ever since college, and they appear as characters in this story. They counsel both Gervase and Rosamund in this story. I loved the emotional tension between these two characters.

  • Terri Pray
    2018-09-12 17:20

    An okay read, but not entertaining enough to be a keeper.

  • Ester Bolmenäs
    2018-09-18 13:07

    SO nice to not have to be engaged in the story. My only criticism is that the characters were way too one sided and childish in their behaviours. But still, I really enjoyed the book :)