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The Widow's Bargain (Harlequin Historical, No 717)
The Widow's Bargain - Harlequin Historical, No 717
Author: Juliet Landon
ISBN-13: 9780373293179
ISBN-10: 0373293178
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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When her ancestral home was beset by a dangerous band of reivers, Lady Ebony Moffat feared for her young son's safety. In a blind moment of frenzy the widow struck a bargain with the men's leaderher body for her child's life.

Unbeknownst to Lady Ebony, Sir Alex Somers had raided Castle Kells seeking out traitors at the behest of the King of Scotland. And though he'd never harm her son, Alex couldn't help but be drawn to the raven-haired beauty's all-too-tempting offer. Still, Alex instinctively knew making love to Ebony would never be enoughunless she gave him both her body and her soul!
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When her ancestral home was beset by a dangerous band of reivers, Lady Ebony Moffat feared for her young son's safety. In a blind moment of frenzy the widow struck a bargain with the men's leader her body for her child's life.

Unbeknownst to Lady Ebony, Sir Alex Somers had raided Castle Kells seeking out traitors at the behest of the King of Scotland. And though he'd never harm her son, Alex couldn't help but be drawn to the raven-haired beauty's all-too-tempting offer. Still, Alex instinctively knew making love to Ebony would never be enough unless she gave him both her body and her soul!
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Juliet Landon lives in an ancient country village in the north of England with her retired scientist husband. Her keen interest in embroidery, art and history, together with a fertile imagination, make writing historical novels a favorite occupation. She finds the research particularly exciting, especially the early medieval period and the fascinating laws concerning women and their struggle for survival in a mn's world.