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The Hawk and The Dove (Paperback)

Author:  Virginia Henley
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0440201446
ISBN-13: 9780440201441
Sku: 30066700
Publish Date: 12/1/1994
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7H x 4.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  400
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The Dove...
She'd been bought for a strip of land, then abandoned: a bartered bride, married by proxy, determined to wreak revenge. As innocent Sara Bishop she'd paid dearly for freedom from her cruel, mocking family. As flame-haired, jade-eyed Sabre Wilde, she would scandalize Queen Elizabeth's court as she set out to seduce her unknown husband, become his mistress--and make him her slave.
The Hawk...
The Queen's favorite, called The Sea God, his white teeth flashed in his bronze face as his deep, virile voice boomed orders to his men. He branded Sabre with his searing kiss and his masterful touch, not even aware she was already his wife. Captain Shane Hawkhurst knew how to command, how to subdue and ravage an enemy, but was he prepared to be caught in passion's merciless snare by a fiery beauty who ruled his heart and inflamed his senses?
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The Dove...Shed been bought for a strip of land, then abandoned: a bartered bride, married by proxy, determined to wreak revenge. As innocent Sara Bishop shed paid dearly for freedom from her cruel, mocking family. As flame-haired, jade-eyed Sabre Wilde, she would scandalize Queen Elizabeths court as she set out to seduce her unknown husband, become his mistress--and make him her slave.The Hawk...The Queens favorite, called The Sea God, his white teeth flashed in his bronze face as his deep, virile voice boomed orders to his men. He branded Sabre with his searing kiss and his masterful touch, not even aware she was already his wife. Captain Shane Hawkhurst knew how to command, how to subdue and ravage an enemy, but was he prepared to be caught in passion's merciless snare by a fiery beauty who ruled his heart and inflamed his senses?Beautiful Sara Bishop plotted her revenge against the handsome stranger who married her for her land, but after seducing him in disguise, she learned that her passion was no act. To regain her husband, she must reveal her identity and face the consequences of her charade.Married for her land and then spurned by the notorious seafarer Shane Hawkhurst, Sara Bishop seeks revenge on her wayward husband, revenge that soon becomes true passion
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As the wife in name only of a member of Elizabeth's court, Sara Bishop must stay at home, an unloved woman. When she reinvents herself as Sabre Wilde, she goes to court, determined to seduce her husband.
Author Bio
Virginia Henley
Born in Bolton, Lancashire, Virginia Henley has since lived in both the United States and Canada. The daughter of a steelworker, she married Arthur Howard Henley on July 7, 1956 and has had two sons. Before becoming a full-time writer in 1977, she attended the University of Toronto, worked for the Steel Company of Canada as an executive secretary, and for Labatts Brewery in London, Ontario as an assistant buyer. She is the author of numerous best-selling historical romances, many of them colored with steamy, sexual descriptions and based on suspenseful plots of kidnappings, seductions and rescues.

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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0400
Product attributePublisher:   Dell Publishing Company
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