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King's Man (Harlequin Historical, No 106)
King's Man - Harlequin Historical, No 106
Author: Caryn Cameron
ISBN-13: 9780373287062
ISBN-10: 0373287062
Publication Date: 12/1/1991
Pages: 301
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Lord Nicholas Spencer feared no man. Empowered by King Henry's royal might, he set out to uphold the king's justice.
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Beloved enemy . . . Lord Nicholas Spencer feared no man. Empowered by King Henry's royal might, he set out to uphold the king's justice. Wiping out a nest of pernicious smugglers would be no trouble for his stalwart troop. As for himself, he longed to come face-to-face with the brawny seaman rumored to be their leader. Widowed Rosalind Barlow plotted to win at a man's game. By day, she ran a quiet inn; by night, she defiantly captained a band of smugglers. Rosalind had sworn to outfox the king's man, only to find her woman's heart had played her false . . . into the arms of her enemy