The Perfect Seduction (Conqueror, #3)
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The Perfect Seduction (Conqueror #3)

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To burn with passion . . . to surrender to the power of a man's desire . . . Kathryn de St. Marie's years in a French convent have taught her such things are forbidden. Still the chaste Norman beauty dreams of a soul-stirring love. But cruel destiny intrudes when she is taken prisoner by Scot barbarians—though a kinder fate intervenes when she is rescued by proud, haunted...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 29th 2006 by Avon (first published August 28th 2006)
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I_love_a_happily_ever_after
Hi Everyone,

This is the second Margo Maguire book I have read. It has an interesting historical time peroid (late 10th century) with three different converging cultures. I found this time period very interesting. The romance between the hero and heroine is off balence for quite a while during the story, she falls for him pretty quickly, he appreciates her and lusts her, but does not realize he loves her until much, much later in the story. At first I was frustrated with the with this plot thread...more
Jenika Ioffreda
I even didn't finish reading the book, after a while I was so bored I couldn't go on. There was nothing original on the story and the characters didn't stand out at all. I know it's not fair writing about a book without even finishing reading it but there was nothing interesting to keep me going.
Kerste
I liked the heroine in this one. Feisty. All in all, not that memorable.
Lisa Key
I loved this book.
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What's The Name o...: SOLVED. Two Medieval Romances- Two separate books [s] 22 141 Apr 21, 2014 06:50AM  
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Since 1999, when Margo Maguire's first book, The Bride of Windermere, was released, she has sold more than five novels to Harlequin -- all historicals. She is writing full-time now, and enjoying the flexibility in her schedule -- something she didn't have while nursing. With three teenagers at home, and lots of family activities, she likes to be available for whatever comes up. And she likes the f...more
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