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Elusive Lovers
Kristin Traube is naive about sex. So when Jack Traube, her sister's fiance, kisses her she thinks that she has been deflowered. As a result of this mistake, her parents force her to leave all she knows. She heads out West to try and make her way, but she can't escape Jack that easily. He finds Kristin living in Breckenridge, Colorado, and what follows is too good to be missed. ...
First Knight
The legend of King Arthur finds new meaning in this powerful romantic novel. When Guinevere, Lady of Leonesse, finds herself desperate for protection for both herself and her people from an ex-Knight of the Round Table, she turns to King Arthur to save them all. Guinevere's decision to marry the king leads her into danger and intrigue as she begins the wildest journey of her life. When Lancelot saves an unknown lady in the forest, both their heart...
Lords Of The White Castle
St. Martin's, Apr 2002, 26.95, 614 pp. ISBN: 0312288271 In 1184 as a favor to the lad's powerful family, King Henry II allows fifteen year old Fulke FitzWarin to join his teenage son Prince John's retinue as a squire. Coming from the Welsh Marshes, Fulke is considered a country bumpkin by the Prince. The eldest, Fulke must succeed if his family is to regain Whittington Castle lost generations ago, but still disputed. Fulke knows his tutor ...
The Champion
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Chadwick booklist

The Falcons of Montabard
St. Martin's, Aug 2004, 27.95, 473 pp. ISBN: 0312332084 In 1120, King Henry's men beat up Sabin FitzSimon for insulting His Royal Highness by having a tryst with Lora, the King's current favorite. Sabin's bruises are nothing compared to Lora being killed since she has no noble kin protecting her like the illegitimate Sabin has. Anticipating repercussions, his aristocratic family arranges for Sabin to go on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Believ...
The Love Knot
Oliver Pascal returns home from prilgrimage in 1140, to discover England ravaged by civil war. Among the surviviors are a young boy and his widowed nurse, Catrin. They have a lot in common and soon marry, but their happiness is shortlived. Catrin's husband hasn't died at all, and he returns to claim his property. Catrin is secretly trained in the art of midwifery, but she has to hide her knowledge for fear of being called a witch, but someone is go...
The Running Vixen
This book follows The Wild Hunt. Adam, Guyon and Judith's foster son, and their daughter Heulwen meet again after Adam returns from fighting for the King, and Heulwen is left widowed. Heulwen is struggling to overcome her dead husband's betrayal, while Adam craves the woman he's wanted as long as he can remember. One passionate filled night seals their fate, and they must fight through the treachery that surrounds them to survive and enjoy the love th...
The Wild Hunt
Guyon and Judith were forced into an arranged marriage to keep her ruthless uncle from taking her lands after the death of her father. Her father was a brutal man, making Judith petrified of all men. As the two characters grow older, and war threatens to tear them apart, they struggle to make their marriage work, and stay alive....
The Winter Mantle
St. Martin's, Apr 2003, 6.99, 512 pp. ISBN: 0312312911 In 1067, William the Conqueror has become the King of England and Normandy. To secure his hard-earned throne, he holds hostage many local nobles including the Earl Waltheof Siwardsson of Huntingdon, who remains a noble because he did not fight at Hastings. Shockingly, Waltheof finds he desires William's Norman niece, Judith and even more surprisingly they make a match of it even while treac...


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