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by Helen Mittermeyer

Download The Veil eBook
ISBN:
0446602639
Author:
Helen Mittermeyer
Category:
Historical
Language:
English
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing (January 1, 1996)
EPUB book:
1319 kb
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1813 kb
DJVU:
1974 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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957


Books by Helen Mittermeyer. She’d had little choice once the lords began to come to agreement. The veiled threat of turning her out of her castle, of donating her home and land to the Church, had been mentioned by the earls of Wales

Books by Helen Mittermeyer. The veiled threat of turning her out of her castle, of donating her home and land to the Church, had been mentioned by the earls of Wales. Though her brothers had protested, their protests had been the impetus to her agreement. She couldn’t cause a conflict that could endanger her brothers’ holdings, even their lives, if they had to fight in her defense.

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She had defied convention by choosing art over marriage and had never known a man's touch -- until an earthquake threw her into the arms of a seafaring warrior, and opened her heart to desire. A fearless adventurer. Einar Thorhallsson A DARING SCOTTISH BEAUTY.

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