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Innocence Unveiled

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  37 ratings  ·  3 reviews
14th century.

He is a man of secrets

When a mysterious, seductive trader arrives at her door, noblewoman Katrine de Gravere reluctantly agrees to give him shelter. The payment--enough wool to keep her precious looms filled.

She is a woman of lies

Sleeping under the same roof, tempted every minute to let his fingers linger on this flame-haired, reserved innocent, Renard wonders
ebook, 288 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published 2007)
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Sarah Anderson
Nov 04, 2008 Sarah Anderson rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: medieval history lovers
Recommended to Sarah by: Blythe Gifford
I liked this, but . . . not as much as The Harlot's Daughter.

Usually, you might attribute this to a sophomore slump - the first book is excellent because the author dedicated her life to getting it published, and due to deadlines, just didn't have the time to go over the follow-up with a fine tooth comb.

But I know the lovely Blythe Gifford, and I know that she actually wrote this one first. Although published third, this is her first completed novel.

I could see a lot of standard plot devices in
I'm sure I read this a while ago but haven't made any record of it. On a second reading it proved to be entertaining and easy to digest. I enjoy the history of the Plantagenet period especially with regards to common people. A good read, especially after Philippa Gregory made this time period so exciting.
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After many years in public relations, advertising, and marketing, Blythe Gifford started writing seriously after a corporate layoff. Ten years and one layoff later, she became an overnight success when she sold her Romance Writers of America Golden Heart finalist manuscript to Harlequin.
She has since written medieval romances featuring characters born on the wrong side of the royal blanket. Now,
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