A Warrior Dangerously in Control
England, 1334 - In the second book of The Feud series, Baron Magnus Verdun is a warrior whose handsome face gives little indication of the darkness he struggles to contain. While pursuing the murderous brigands who plague his lands, he becomes the unwitting savior of the woman the king has decreed he wed - the reckless Lady Thomasin, whose very presence threatens his carefully ordered life. And more so when she proves outspoken beyond what is required of a dutiful wife. Can he tame this woman whose willful ways ought to offend, but instead captivate? More, dare he allow her near and risk exposing the secret that could push her away?
A Lady Perilously Improper
Despite efforts to make a proper lady of her, the illegitimate Thomasin de Arell knows she is no match for the Baron of Emberly. Though she expects her new husband will think her beneath him, she is unprepared when he insists on separate chambers. When he also demands she control her behavior, the spurned Thomasin rebels - and unknowingly becomes the pawn of forces determined to further the feud. But upon finding herself in Magnus's arms, she discovers he is not as indifferent as he would have her believe. And when she glimpses his torment, she is determined to shine light on his darkness. Will he let her in? Or will their enemies use the distrust between husband and wife for their own ends?
In this sequel to the best-selling medieval romance, Baron Of Godsmere, join Baron Verdun and his lady as they discover that true love seeks first the soul, and is as easily seen in the dark as in the light.
©2015 Tammy Schmanski (P)2016 Tammy Schmanski
can't get enough of this amazing author and narrator combined! !!! amazing vivid narration and story line- and Mary Sarah Agliata is THE BEST NARRATOR EVER! I love to hear her voice inflections that weave an amazing story into a vivid movie in my head. super star duo!
I have read every one of Tamara Leigh's books and usually love them. However, this left me wanting so much more... Not sure what was missing. Maybe plot just lacking interesting elements...? Nothing wrong with it per se, just not my favorite of hers.
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