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To Love A Dangerous Lord

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A richly evocative and heartrending historical romance from the prolific queen of hearts! Charlotte Lamb's novels are 'rip-roaringly, mind-bogglingly, heart-poundingly successful' - Radio Times

When Eloise
falls in love with Dom, son of the lord of the manor, she knows she has no chance of happiness with him. The daughter of a master weaver, she is no great lady. Besides, a marriage is being arranged for her by her parents, and love will play no part in the bargain. And Dom is said to be a ‘dangerous’ man. Too dangerous for her to wed.

Parted forcibly, Eloise and Dom must each endure a loveless marriage, bound by the conventions of their time. But they never lose hope of a second chance at love. Against a dark background of war and violent change, their love story winds like a golden thread through the rich tapestry of English medieval life.

They clung together and she responded passionately, her limbs heavy, her head light.
He had kissed her before. This was different.
When he finally released her and sat up, his arms hugged about his knees, staring away from her, she lay as he had left her, dreamy, warm, passionate. She had not wanted to move away. Her body quickly chilled without the pressure of his chest and thighs. She reached out and touched his hand, and he turned to look down at her.
Eloise smiled, unconsciously inviting further kisses. ‘Dom?’ she asked, tentatively, wondering why he looked so sombre.
‘I did not mean to wade so far into the water,’ he said in a heavy tone. ‘What have we done? This cannot end happily, Eloise. Our stars are against us.’

Enjoy this stunning Charlotte Lamb historical romance. 'One of the secrets of [her] phenomenal success is her magnificently moody heroes' - News of the World

Genre: Historical Romance

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