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Product Details:

Format: Paperback Large Print
ISBN-10: 0061366994
ISBN-13: 9780061366994
Sku: 204173780
Publish Date: 11/1/2007
Pages:  484
Age Range:  NA
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From the Publisher:
A passionate new tale by the author of The Reluctant Suitor and A Season Beyond a Kiss follows the relationship between Berengaria, who is forced into marriage with a nefarious squire, and her beloved Raven, a Scottish soldier determined to save her from an evil fate. (Romance)
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Forbidden love is at the fore of this bestselling historical romance by Kathleen Woodiwiss. When Abrielle's father is denied his rightful title, she finds herself in disgrace and bound to wed a cruel, amoral man--in spite of her passionate feelings for the tall, dark, and handsome Scottish emissary named Raven Seabern.
Author Bio
Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
Noted pioneer of the erotic historical romance, Kathleen Erin Woodiwiss was born in 1939 in Alexandria, Louisiana. At the age of 17, the young southern belle married U.S. Air Force major Ross Woodiwiss and had three children with him. Not surprisingly, the marriage didn't last; ever the passionate risk-taker, Woodiwiss had other plans in mind. After working as a fashion show model in Tokyo, she decided to take up writing romance novels simply because nothing currently published held her interest. After a failed attempt at writing a romance set during the Revolutionary War, Woodiwiss wrote her pinnacle book, THE FLAME AND THE FLOWER, in the early 1970s. The book was later published in 1972 after Avon Books editor Nancy Coffey discovered it in a pile of unsolicited manuscripts known in the publishing industry as the "slush pile." THE FLAME AND THE FLOWER, with its adventurous plot, passionate characters, and steamy love scenes, not only launched Woodiwiss's career as a talented romance writer, but also began a new trend in historical romance fiction in which erotic love replaced the more innocent, spiritual love of past historical romances. Though Woodiwiss rejects the use of the word "erotic" in relation to her writing, preferring that her books be referred to as "love stories" with a little "spice," her novels, which also include THE WOLF AND THE DOVE (1974), SHANNA (1977), ASHES IN THE WIND (1979), A ROSE IN WINTER (1982), COME LOVE A STRANGER (1984), SO WORTHY MY LOVE (1989), FOREVER IN YOUR EMBRACE (1992), PETALS ON THE RIVER (1997), and THE ELUSIVE FLAME (1998), have captivated millions of readers worldwide.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Large Print Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0484
Product attributePublisher:   Harperluxe
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