From the cover: WIth amber eyes and hair the color of flame, Lady Brenna of Marwald possesses a rare and fragile beauty. But beneath her gentle curves beats a fierce heart - and an even fiercer hatred for any man who seeks to bend her to his will. Now, as King Williams decrees that Brenna marry one of his own men, the sharp-tongued noblewoman vows to kill any fool mad enough to try.
Dark and brooding and infinitely dangerous, Rye de Lyon is William's most fearsome warrior - and a mann who always gets his way. Stung by this glorious wench who dares think she can best a seasoned soldier, he accepts the fair lady's challenge - to school the lovely Brenna in obedience and teach her the sweetness of surrender ...
In a forbidding castle, surrounded by stone walls and terrible treachery, the forceful knight and his willful bride find themselves locked in heated battle and then, in an enticing embrace, as Brenna discovers the pleasure of being Lyon's Prize.
From the cover--A magnificent novel of blazing passion and breathtaking love between a fearsome warrior and a willful bride. Egland in 1076. I really enjoyed the book.
SAXON LADY BRENNA HATES THE NORMANS AND NOW THAT KING WILLIAM DECREES THAT SHE MARRY ONE OF HIS MEN, SHE IS LIVID AND VOWS TO KILL ANY MAN FOOLISH TO TRY AND WED HER. BUT THE FEARED RYE DE LYON, WHO IS KNOWN AS "BLACK LYON" DOES NOT HEED HER THREATS AND TAKES HER FOR HIS WIFE. EVEN WHILE SHE DENIES HER PASSION FOR HIM, SHE IS SLOWLY FALLING IN LOVE WITH HER ENEMY, ONLY A HIDDEN BETRAYAL AND A DEEP ROOTED FEAR THREATEN THEIR HAPPINESS!!
King William has decreed that strong willed LAdy Brenna of Marwald marry one of his own mem-Rye de Lyon. Rye is a fearsome warrior determined to tame the lovely and passionate Brenna who has vowed to kill any fool who tries.