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The Raider's Bride
The Raider's Bride
Author: Kimberly Cates
ISBN-13: 9780671755089
ISBN-10: 0671755080
Publication Date: 2/1/1994
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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By day Ian Blackheath was the most sensual, immoral rogue in colonial Virginia. By night he was secretly Pendragon, the ruthless leader of the patriot cause. He certainly had no time for a ward. The lovely Emily Rose d'Autrecourt knew only the rogue Blackheath, and was outraged at his insensitivity toward Lucy, the curly-headed orphan who had been dumped at his mansion's door. But Emily was seized with fear when little Lucy stole a doll from her millinery shop that contained evidence of her dark and secret role as a British spy.
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Ian Blackheath was secretly Pendragon, ruthless leader of the patriot cause. He did not have time for a ward. Emily d'Autrecourt only knew the rouge Blackheath and was outraged by the insensitivity toward Lucy, his ward. Lucy stole a doll from Emily's millinery shop with evdince of her work as a British spy. to get the doll and evidence back she becomes the girl's governess. She finds passion in the arms of Ian. In a land heading towards revolution, the both would risk everything for love.