Stealing Heaven

Stealing Heaven

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Random House, Inc.
Nationally bestselling author Madeline Hunter has thrilled her legions of fans with sensuous novels of intrigue, adventure, and romance. Now she weaves a spectacular tale of an English knight, a Welsh rebel, and a relationship that would defy their world and everything they believed possible between a man and a woman...

Stealing Heaven

Marcus of Anglesmore was not at all happy about being betrothed by the king to a woman he’d never laid eyes on. So when the brooding English knight accidentally came across her in a moonlit garden, he was both surprised--and delighted. Intelligent, charming, and beautiful, she was the most captivating woman he’d ever met. But the magic of that enchanted moment is soon shattered by cold reality: Nesta is not the woman he is to marry, but her sister. Of all the women Marcus might desire, none could be more dangerous than the wild and tantalizing Welsh witch with secret ties to both rebellion and king. For Nesta, no one could jeopardize her plans more than a man who would know the secrets of both her heart...and her body. Yet the course of their lives--and the destinies of their two nations--will be forever altered as they defy everything to surrender to the most daring seduction of all....

Baker & Taylor
Ordered by King Edward III to marry Genith, the daughter of a Welsh rebel, in order to secure uneasy alliances, Marcus of Anglesmore finds his duty more than he can handle when he falls in love with Genith's sister, Nesta, a bewitching young woman whose relationship with Marcus could change the course of history for both their countries. Original.

& Taylor

Ordered by King Edward III to marry Genith, the daughter of a Welsh rebel, for political reasons, Marcus finds himself torn between duty and love when he meets Genith's older sister, Nesta, who finds her own loyalties tested.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2002.
ISBN: 9780739427859
Branch Call Number: FICTION H
Characteristics: 370 p. ; 18 cm.


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