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y Desire's Prize single work   novel   romance   historical fiction  
Is part of The Chronicles of Claerwhen M.S. Laurens 2013 series - author novel (number 1 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2013 2013
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1347. Calais has finally fallen and Alaun de Montisfryth, first Earl of Montisfryn, powerful Marcher lord and companion of Edward III, is dispatched back to England with orders to secure the Welsh border. Halfway home, pride tempts Montisfryn to attend a tournament held by his family's old foes at Versallet Castle. Eloise de Versallet, the widowed Lady de Cannar, rules her father's castle with a tongue sharper than any sword. She has no great opinion of men in general and of knights in particular.Montisfryn and Eloise meet and sparks fly. He is intrigued. She is irritated. He is under royal edict to wed. An experienced lady, well-born, still young, and exceedingly well endowed with both wealth and beauty, Eloise is a matrimonial prize beyond compare and has vowed to remain unwed. Potent and powerful, will Montisfryn be able to breach her walls, storm her castle, and succeed where all others have failed? Or will Eloise, haughty and defiant to the last, prevail? The gauntlet is flung, the challenge accepted. And desire enters the fray. A medieval historical romance in the classic style, this work contains multiple explicit love scenes.

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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Macedon, Gisborne - Woodend area, Sunbury - Kyneton area, Melbourne, Victoria,: Savdek Management , 2013 .
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      Extent: 324p.
      ISBN: 9780992278922, 0992278929
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