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They cast their destinies to the winds of desire.  

The year is 1483. Just as beautiful Lady Arabella Grey, the young cousin of England's King Richard III, speaks her wedding vows to Sir Jasper Keane, the Scotsman Tavis Stewart, Earl of Dunmore, abducts Arabella as payment for Jasper's murder of his fiancee. Irresistibly, deliciously, Arabella surrenders to her enemy with fierce abandon - knowing that there may be only one way to get what is rightfully hers....

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Bertrice Small (P)2020 Tantor

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excellent

I am so thrilled bertrice small works are coming to audible and finally coming back into print.

please bring these great authors to light for a new generation.
rosemary rogers, anne golon, jennifer Wilde

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unlikeable heroine

I struggled to finish this book because the heroine was so unlikeable. She degraded the hero thruout the entire story as if he was a waste of life and I found myself rolling my eyes constantly. I love this author but this one missed the mark for me.

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Over all a decent story but not worth a second listen.

This story was semi entertaining but disappointing none the less. I usually measure a book by weather I would listen again. This book is a definite “NO”. There are many great characters as well as historical events in this book. But, the heroine is the main problem. The author striving for that “Happily ever after” makes choices for the two main characters which no two people in true life would make. In doing so it is so ver the top and unbelievable.

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  • Sophia Illingworth
  • 01-20-22

The Narration Killed It

This book was ok. Something to pass the time without thinking too much about anything. In other words predictable. The narration just about did my head in. Often it was simplistic, unemotional and almost like she was reading to a child. A little disappointing.