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My Lady Wayward
My Lady Wayward
Author: Linda Lael Miller, Lael St. James
ISBN-13: 9780671537883
ISBN-10: 0671537881
Publication Date: 11/27/2001
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Linda Lael Miller does another wonderful job, with a story of 3 sisters sent to a convent in Edwardian England. This is the story of the adventure-seeking Meg Redclift as she searches for her twin, Gabriella, sent off to be married and never heard from again. Meg rescues a knight suffering from amnesia, and they search for Gabriella. Great story line, wonderful characters.This is a hardcover Bookspan Large Print edition.
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Whether writing as Linda Lael Miller or Lael St. James this author is enjoyable. I had read the other two books in the "My Lady" series so it was fun to glimpse again those characters....and this book stands on its own as a delight.
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Great book
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After being attacked on the road and left for dead, Greshaw Sedgewick is dropped at the gates of an abbey where the lovely Meg Redclift and her sister hid him from the nuns and mend him back to health. When they are forced to flee the abbey due to the plague, Meg enlists Greshams escort and protection for the journey to her sisters estate in Cornwall. They are met with many hardships and adventures along the way, which only draw them closer together. This book has an AMAZING twist revealing the history behind Gareth's forgotten identity and the chain of events that are set into play as a result. I really enjoyed this story!
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Linda Lael Miller writing as Lael St. James
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From the shelter of St Swithin's Abbey, Meg Redclift misses her sister Gabriella, and fears the bride-to-be has met with danger. But the world's uncertainties visit the abbey when a handsome, wounded knight appears-and Meg finds herself overwhelmingly attracted as she restores the stranger to health. If only he could remember who he is...

Left with no idea of his attacker's identity-or his own- Gresham Sedgewicks fears his shadowed past may be dishonorable, and fights his powerful desire for lovely Meg. But when they are forced to flee the abbey, Gresham is plunged into an urgent quest with the woman who is his greatest temptation-and perhaps his salvation. Dodging deadly assaults, Gresham must trust his warrior instincts and the passion in his heart to find the truth about himself-and the freedom to give himself completely to his lady wayward.
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From the shelter of St. Swithin's Abbey, Meg Redclift misses her sister Gabriella, and fears the bride-to-be has met with danger. But the world's uncertainties visit the abbey when a handsome, wounded knight appears-and Meg finds herself overwhelmingly attracted as she restores the stranger to health. If only he could remember who he is...