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The Troubadour's Romance
by Robyn Carr


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New to the Windsor court, beautiful and quick-witted Felise Scelfton instantly becomes the coveted object of desire.

Spurred on by her flirtatious manner and rumors of her dowry, knights brandish their swords for her hand in marriage, but King Henry II has already decided her fate—His royal command gives her hand to Sir Royce Leighton, the scarred and brooding lord of Segeland, in order to seal a political alliance.  Read more...


 
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Overview

New to the Windsor court, beautiful and quick-witted Felise Scelfton instantly becomes the coveted object of desire.

Spurred on by her flirtatious manner and rumors of her dowry, knights brandish their swords for her hand in marriage, but King Henry II has already decided her fate—His royal command gives her hand to Sir Royce Leighton, the scarred and brooding lord of Segeland, in order to seal a political alliance. Despite a tempestuous beginning, their arranged marriage gives way to desire, and Royce's bitter memories are soothed by his alluring young wife.

However, the King isn't finished plotting, and old suitors seek revenge. Felise and Royce must weather enduring court scandals, but will their love be enough to survive the cruelest of betrayals?

Set in 12th century England, THE TROUBADOUR'S ROMANCE is full of political intrigue, greed, and passion and is sure to dazzle Robyn's fans.

PRAISE FOR ROBYN CARR'S HISTORICALS:

"She has done it again. Robyn Carr is absolutely marvelous." —Danielle Steel

"Adventure, danger, derring-do, as well as doings at the glittering anything-goes court of Charles II...Carr tells an entertaining yarn." —Publishers Weekly

"A fast, gripping story...The reading public can anticipate good books from an imaginative new author." —Best Sellers


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  • ISBN: 9781939481047
  • Publisher: Liza Dawson Associates
  • Date: May 2013
 
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