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Margo Maguire
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Saxon Lady (Conqueror #2)

3.57 of 5 stars 3.57  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Drawn to her avowed enemy

Baron Mathieu Fitz Autier expected some resistance when he staked his claim to the Saxon land he'd won in battle. But he never imagined that the former lady of the manor would have the courage to fight back--with an arrow aimed at his head!

Lady Aelia saw her world slipping away as the Normans took control of her beloved home. Worse, she was drawn t...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published January 17th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published April 1st 2006)
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Trudy Miner
Baron Mathieu Fitz Autier was sent by William the Conqueror to take Ingelwald from the Saxons who controlled it. Not realizing that Wallis who was lord there, had been killed in battle by previous attempts to take the castle, the baron was surprised when he found out it was defended by his daughter and her young, headstrong brother. After Lady Aelia attempts to kill him with her arrow and her brother came after him, he had no choice but to take them with him on his way back to the king. Her moth...more
I truly enjoyed the Saxon Lady. The blossoming relationship between the two main characters was really good. Her brother was a character. I look forward to the next story.
This is my 3rd Margo Maguire book, and I think I am reading them out of order. :) I did like it very much, it was darker than the other two I read, and I liked how she incorporated the very dangerous political situation England found itself at the time of the story. The heroine was strong and admirable. It took me a little longer to get attached to the hero, but I did eventually like him. The story was fast paced, and the conflict was resolved quite easily. It was enjoyable to read.
Strong leads, feisty natures, vulnerability... Good book, glad I read it :) love steamy historicals packed with battle scenes and passion, this story doesn't disappoint. However, I would have loved to of been able to remove the the word 'round out of the book, its constant use really annoyed me lol aside from that its not the best or worst, its worth the read though!
TamraLyn Grace
Eh. I've read better. I like romance when there's adventure mixed in. Like 40 to 60% romance 60 to 40% adventure. This was 98% romance 2% adventure. It could have been better.
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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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