Beguiled By Her Betrayer/The Viscount's Frozen Heart/Templar Knight, Forbidden Bride

Beguiled By Her Betrayer/The Viscount's Frozen Heart/Templar Knight, Forbidden Bride

A Year of Scandal #0

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by Louise Allen, Elizabeth Beacon, Lynna Banning

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Imprint: Mills & Boon Historical

Release date: 2014-08-01

Pages: 896 Pages

ISBN: 9781488704031

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Beguiled By Her Betrayer – Louise Allen

Lord Quintus Bredon Deverall is supposed to be whisking young widow, Cleo Valsac, away from her father's dusty camp and back to England – to her aristocratic grandfather and a respectable husband.

Cleo can't help but feel comforted by Quin's protective presence. But she has no idea of this wounded stranger's true identity…or of the passion that burns between them under the heat of the desert sun!

The Viscount's Frozen Heart – Elizabeth Beacon

Luke Winterley, Viscount Farenze, is duty–bound to fulfil his beloved aunt's last request – even though it concerns bewitching housekeeper Chloe Wheaton. Years ago they fell in love, but the battle between duty and desire drove them apart.

Now, can the ice around Luke's emotions ever thaw? A marriage between a housekeeper and a Viscount should be impossible, but maybe the warmth of Chloe's touch can bring a new beginning for them both…

Templar Knight, Forbidden Bride – Lynna Banning

Battle–weary warrior Reynaud has forgotten what it is to be in the company of a beautiful woman. On his return to Granada he is drawn to Leonor, and senses that she can heal his hidden scars. She is set upon a dangerous path – a path that they travel together, becoming closer every day...every night. But such forbidden passion might be their undoing...

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Elizabeth Beacon

Elizabeth Beacon

Elizabeth Beacon has a passion for history and storytelling and, with the English West Country on her doorstep, never lacks a glorious setting for her books. Elizabeth tried horticulture, higher education as a mature student, briefly taught English and worked in an office, before finally turning her daydreams about dashing, piratical heroes and their stubborn and independent heroines into her dream job; writing Regency romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon
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Lynna Banning

Lynna Banning

Lynna Banning combines a lifelong love of history and literature into a satisfying career as a writer. In the past she has worked as an editor and technical writer, and has taught English and journalism. An amateur pianist and harpsichordist, Lynna performs on psaltery, harp, and recorders with two medieval music groups and coaches ensembles in her spare time. She lives in Felton, in the Santa Cruz Mountains, with two cats and a very nervous canary.
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