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The Lady and the Unicorn | [Isolde Martyn]

The Lady and the Unicorn

In 1470 the Wars of the Roses threatens to tear England apart. Overnight a man can find himself set against his brother or unable to trust the woman in his arms. For the beautiful and spirited ward of Warwick the Kingmaker, Margery, freedom is the only prize worth fighting for. Disgraced and banished to a nunnery after the philandering Edward IV seduced her, she is determined that no man will ever decide her fate again.
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In 1470 the Wars of the Roses threatens to tear England apart. Overnight a man can find himself set against his brother or unable to trust the woman in his arms. For the beautiful and spirited ward of Warwick, the Kingmaker, Margery, freedom is the only prize worth fighting for. Disgraced and banished to a nunnery after the philandering Edward IV seduced her, she is determined that no man will ever decide her fate again.

Torn between her loyalty to her cause and a dangerous attraction to a man she should despise, Margery's mission becomes a race against time to outwit her enemies and her husband.

©1998 Isolde Martyn (P)2013 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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"A wonderfully interwoven tapestry of a book." (Barbara Erskine)

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