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Lord Of The Manor (Wilmont Family #2)

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No matter that the Lady Lucinda had borne a son to the man who had almost killed him, Richard of Wilmont wanted her anyway. For the fair widow brought to him a sense of belonging…and a love so powerful it would erase the past.

What could she ever be to him? Lucinda wondered. Surely a knight as chivalrous as Richard of Wilmont had worthier women than she to claim his attenti
Paperback, 299 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Harlequin Books (first published September 1st 1998)
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Richard of Milhurst was born a bastard. He looked much like the heir of Gerard of Milhurst, his half brother. Gerard had given both of his brothers land and keeps after the King gave them their enemy's holdings, Basil. Basil escaped the kings prison but later died in a fire at his keep after Ardith, Gerard's wife, had stabbed him with her dagger because he tried to rape her while holding her and Daymon (Gerard's son) captive.

Lady Lucinda had left her home when warned by her husband Basil to take
Milli Ng
It was good but I didn't enjoy it as the first book in the series. Good characters and I enjoy Anton's writing style.
Not as fun at the first one. The romance was too easy. I found it very hard to believe that the heroine would fall into bed with the hero so quickly after having been in an abusive relationship for so many years.

A similar plot and setting was the premise of Julie Tetel's Simon's Lady, and I much preferred how that was handled instead.
Typical run of the mill historical romance. Light easy read.
Veronica Lindsey
Nice historical romance.
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Shari Anton's resume lists an impressive string of job titles, from personnel clerk to executive secretary. When she took a creative writing class and found she possessed some talent for writing fiction, she dared to dream of a career that allowed her to work at home, shun panty hose and take unlimited coffee breaks.

Determined to write what she loved to read - historical romance - she spent the n
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