Book Reviews of Lady of the Lake (Harlequin Historical, No 380)

Lady of the Lake (Harlequin Historical, No 380)
Lady of the Lake - Harlequin Historical, No 380
Author: Elizabeth Mayne
ISBN-13: 9780373289806
ISBN-10: 0373289804
Publication Date: 9/1/1997
Pages: 297
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Lady of the Lake (Harlequin Historical, No 380) on
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"Release me at once, Viking!" Tala commanded.

"Lady," Edon warned her, his patience dwindling fast. "Speak to me again in that tone of voice, and I will have no choice but to teach you to repect the man you see before you."

"Strike me and I will kill you with my bare hands, Viking." Tala gulped, struggling for her breath.

"And how will you do that, hmm?" Edon taunted her. "With what weapon will you slay me, woman? Your viper's tongue?" (intro page)
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Tala Griffin was both princess and priestess to the people of Arden Wood. And Lord Edon Halfdansson had succumbed to her mysterious charms. But was her power simple woodland sorcery, or the force of eternal love? His liege had decreed that Edon, Wolf of Warwick, return to his lair and take to wife the bewitching Tala, uniting their warring fiefdoms in peace - through a marriage bed shared with the fiery princess could prove nothing more than a battlefield!
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Set when the Vikings were taking over Britain, the clash between the two cultures focuses on the leaders of both. Tala is a princess and priestess, told by the Kings to marry Lord Edon. Lots of hot sex as they fight over their differences and of course fall in love without telling the other! A good book with lots of plot to hold up the love story.
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Tala Griffin was both princess and priestess to the people of Arden Wood. And Lord Edon Halfdansson had succumbed to her mysterious charms. But was her power simple woodland sorcery, or the force of eternal love? His liege had decreed that Edon, Wolf of Warwick, return to his lair and take to wife the bewitching Tala, uniting their warring fiefdoms in peace - through a marriage bed shared with the fiery princess could prove nothing more than a battlefield!
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to sahre this ladys bed was no less than fierce than a battlefield..
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Excellent story