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They have been enemies in a divided land...
In Bold Angel by Kat Martin, Saxon good looks Caryn of Ivesham longed to flee the nippiness grey cloisters of the convent to which she'd fled―but now not in marriage to the towering, feared Raolfe de Gere, the Norman knight they referred to as Ral the Relentless. although he had as soon as kept her from a destiny worse than loss of life, she couldn't disregard he'd raised the awful battlements of Braxston stick with it her useless father's lands or that his males had dishonored her sister. If she wed him to carry peace to her humans, he must lay siege to her bed.

Will their love triumph over all―or ruin them both?
The darkly good-looking warlord's blood coursed with hope for Caryn's burnished purple lips, and his ardour wouldn't be denied. yet within the wild ecstasy they shared, Ral feared greater than his middle was once at risk. may his rebellious bride be a traitor deadlier than the wolves and brigands prowling deep in English forests?

"An very good medieval romance...Readers won't purely love this novel, yet clamor for a sequel." ―Affaire de Coeur

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They rode silently through the trees, listening to the men's coarse laughter, then Ral heard a woman's high-pitched scream. He spurred the big black and the animal leapt forward. In minutes, he reached the clearing where the sound had come from and saw to his horror what some sixth sense had been warning him about all day. Swinging down from his horse, he drew his broadsword from the scabbard at his waist. " Their laughter died at the hard note in his voice. A group of Stephen's men, bloodstained and weary from battle, swiveled their heads to face him.

Besides, what difference would a marriage make between them? She would still be his leman, would still warm his bed. Ral smiled even more broadly and rode on. Caryn knew well the path through the forest they now traveled. It took them through marshland overgrown with bracken, then higher into the mountains. The path led to Ivesham Hall—or at least what had once been the place of her childhood. Now that great wooden structure with its timber palisade lay in ruins, her uncle as dead as her mother and father, a victim of his own rebellion against King William's rule.

She cried, a balled hand connecting with his jaw. " He captured her wrists and gently subdued her. "Rest easy, ma petite. " She fought a moment more, her small body straining, then went limp in his arms. Ral lifted her and carried her toward the horses. "'Tis good we arrived when we did," Odo said. " Ral nodded. " Odo shifted his light burden. " Ral hesitated only a moment. "We know not where they live. " He handed his bundle to Geoffrey, the youngest of his knights, a blond boy of seventeen years who had served as squire to Odo.

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