An involving medieval romance, with characters you can care about. I liked the fact that Elizabeth and Raymond establish a good relationship right away -- there's no tiresome fighting, or trying to resist their physical attraction to each other. They both accept the necessity of their marriage because it's the practical thing to do -- and then, to their surprise and delight, their marriage becomes something much more. They work together to overcome the obstacles in their path... very rare and very nice!
This is a great Midieval Romance. I alwsys love a book by Margaret Moore.
Lord Kirkheathe's first wife was dead, and though his liege lord deemed him guiltless, rumor yet tarred his reputation. Now Elizabeth Perronet found herself his newly wedded bride with a question of her own: If Raymond D'Estienne were truly no savage, how had he unleashed in her things so... untamed and wild?
TREACHERY, THY NAME IS WOMAN!
Or so believed Raymond D'Estienne, courtesy of his late wife. What, then, was he to make of the remarkable Elizabeth Perronet, fresh from the convent and determined to change his life -- in ways he'd never dreamed!