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The Baron's Quest (Warriors, Bk 6) (Harlequin Historical, No 328)
The Baron's Quest - Warriors, Bk 6 - Harlequin Historical, No 328
Author: Margaret Moore
ISBN-13: 9780373289288
ISBN-10: 0373289286
Publication Date: 8/1/1996
Pages: 297
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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The following is a brief excerpt from inside the front cover:

"If you take me against my will, you will be guilty of a crime," Gabriella warned.

"I have no intention of taking you against your will," the baron said truthfully. Then another need that had been so vital for so long arose inside him. He must be in control, of himself, of her, of everyone around him.

"You cannot deny that you want me, Gabriella," he continued. "I could taste your desire, I could feel the excitement in your body. When you come to my bed - and you will - it shall be of your own free will."

She stared at him with horrified disbelief. "The only way I shall go voluntarily to any man's bed will be shen I am married, and I can assure you, Baron DeGuerre, that if you were the last man in the kingdom, I would not marry you!"
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The Baron DeGuerre had finally met his match

Through famed for prowess in tourney and war, Etienne DeGuerre now found himself at odds in the Battle of the Sexes. For his opponent, Gabriella Frechette, was a woman of singular beauty...and single-minded resolve. One who had easily stormed his defenses, and laid siege to his unsuspecting heart.
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The Baron DeGuerre had finally met his match.

Though famed for prowess in tourney and war, Etienne DeGuerre now found himseslf at odds in the Battle of the Sexes. For his opponent, Gabriella Frechette, was a woman of singular beauty...and single-minded resolve. One who had easily stormed his defenses, and laid siege to his unsuspecting heart.