and you’ll have your freedom.”
Her father’s will dictates Violet Harper must wed or be disinherited—yet she’d rather face the wilderness of the wintry Yorkshire moors than be bound to cynical, damaged soldier Captain Lance Amberton. Lance promises a marriage of convenience that will grant Violet her independence. In exchange, she must put her faith in Lance and see beyond his gruff exterior to the man beneath…
“Fletcher has crafted a romance to engage medievalists” — RT Book Reviews on Besieged and Betrothed
“Medieval fans will love the pageantry, the original setting and the surprises at every turn.” — RT Book Reviews on Married to Her Enemy
Release date: April 1, 2018
Print pages: 288
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