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Hers to Desire by Margaret Moore
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Hers to Desire

by Margaret Moore

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Hers to desire . . .
From the moment they met, Lady Beatrice yearned for the cynical Sir Ranulf. But as the daughter of a traitorous nobleman, she was tainted -- marriage was nigh impossible. With little hope of securing the man of her dreams for a lifetime, perhaps the clever young maiden could get her knight for one passionate night . . .

His to love . . .
Ranulf never believed he'd ever love a woman well enough to wed -- until he met the vivacious Bea. A jaded knight with neither power nor wealth had little to offer a noble lady. Sent by his liege lord to take command of a castle in Cornwall, Ranulf was surprised beyond belief when the virtuous Bea suddenly arrived, intent on seduction. Would desire or honor triumph in this game of love?

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