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A Warrior's Bride (Warrior, Bk 7) (Harlequin Historicals, No 395)
A Warrior's Bride - Warrior, Bk 7 - Harlequin Historicals, No 395
Author: Margaret Moore
ISBN-13: 9780373289950
ISBN-10: 0373289952
Publication Date: 1/1/1998
Pages: 297
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Lady Aileas Dugall would have worn chain mail to her wedding if she could, because she was more concerned with things martial than marital. Nevertheless, she was the woman Sir George de Gramercie desired. Though he wondered if she would come to the marraige bed more warrior than wife!

Aileas bemoaned the fate that bound her to Sir George, a knight who seemed more interested in the luxuries of life than the mechanics of war. Still, when he gazed at her with husbandly intent, she wanted nothing more than to surrender.....
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The Bride Wore Chain Mail...

or would have, if she could, for the Lady Aileas Dugall was more concerned with things martial than marital. Nevertheless, she was the woman Sir George de Gramercie desired. Though he wondered if she would come to the marriage bed more warrior then wife?

Aileas Dugall bemoaned the fate that bound her to Sir George de Gramercie, a knight who seemed more interested in the luxuries of life than the mechanics of war. Still, when he gazed at her with husbandly intent, she wanted nothing more than to surrender....!