Historical Romance. Early middle ages.
This book took a little while to get into, but once I was into it I was hooked.
from the back of the book
Burnished gold and pricless gems adorned her skin, expensive silks and supple suedes swathed her curves--but there was nothing lovely Morira valued more than her freedom. And when she was abducted by handsome Rhiannon, her father's most hated foe, the independent beauty ached to slay her brazen enemy. She knew it would mean her own death, but it was better to die with honor than to live in slavery.
Rhiannon gazed at the desirable captive and knew he had to have her. That they were rivals stirred him even more; he would savor her shame as she obeyed his commands and endured his ardor. But after just one night of torrid passion and tender need, the dark-haired lord could not deny Moira was born to be a princess. He would grant her anything but her precious freedom--for now he was a prisoner of her love!