Book Reviews of Ashblane's Lady (Harlequin Historical #828)

Ashblane's Lady (Harlequin Historical #828)
Ashblane's Lady - Harlequin Historical #828
Author: Sophia James
ISBN-13: 9780373294381
ISBN-10: 0373294387
Publication Date: 2/1/2007
Pages: 297
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Lady Madeleine Randwick was his hostage, and a way to get under her brother's skin. As a player in the murky game of borderland politics, Alexander Ullyot, Laird of Ashblane, should have had no compunction about using her for his own ends. He should ruin her as surely as he wanted to ruin her brother.

And insteadinstead he found he was complimenting her. Was it the firelight in her hair, the soft, low tone of her voice or her stubborn streak of independence? Alex saw danger ahead. Was he falling for the woman who was his means of revenge?
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This was a very nice Medieval story with well developed characters. Some of the politics in the story was a little confusing, but this did not detract from the relationship between the H/h. If you like the medieval time period this is a story for you.