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Four our best selling & most popular medieval-themes romances.
Possessed by the Knight by Sadie Dane
Kalista has gone from rags to riches. She preferred rags - at least she understood that world. Fate has turned things upside down and she needs someone to cling to, someone like the powerful Knight Caldwell. But when Caldwell pretends she doesn't exist and his brother comes calling in times of trouble, whom can she trust? Whose love will prove true in the end?
Warrior’s Scold by Marie Hall
Xavier Brice is a feared man. The king's own executioner and most loyal servant.
Io Desmond is a nobody who has stayed alive being independent and self reliant. She is loyal only to her own needs.
When the king brings these two people together, wills clash and hearts pound. Xavier must first show Io that trust is possible before his demands for obedience can be met. Io must trust that obedience does not mean subjugation. Together they will give and take in the name of pleasure, pain and love.
Tavern Wench by Joannie Kay
Neither Ulf nor Siv want to marry the ones their fathers have chosen for them. Siv runs away to escape her fate; Ulf gives his father a resounding NO, and leaves for his own estates. On his way to his keep, he encounters a feisty serving wench who dares to dump a tankard of ale over his head, and Ulf responds by giving her the spanking she so richly deserves. He proceeds to shock her by asking her to become his wife, and she readily agrees, anxious to leave the tavern and the evil landlord behind.
Siv is distraught and wonders if she has made a huge mistake when her new husband spanks her for every little thing, even when she saves his life from men who wish to steal her away! Ulf is frustrated that his new bride is constantly running away from him. Still, they both agree that it was better to choose their own mate than it would be to marry the one picked by their fathers! Neither of them is aware they are the one chosen by the other's parent. What will happen when they find out? Will they deny their love for each other just to spite their fathers?
Renaud by Maryse Dawson
The Year of our Lord 1071 – Five years after the Norman invasion of England, most Saxons have learned to abide by the conquerors' rules, but not all.
Pretty Saxon girl, Cynwise Golderon, detests the arrogant Normans and cannot understand why her elder sister wishes to marry one. Not only that, but she will have to live alongside the newly married couple in their stone castle for safety.
When she encounters Sir Renaud de Clairvoy, the groom’s brother, she takes pleasure in riling him, but it only ends up with her over his lap, receiving a sound spanking. By order of the king, Sir Renaud takes Cynwise as his bride, seeking to further their hold on England by joining Saxon with Norman. She detests his Norman heritage but cannot deny her attraction to her strong, handsome husband.
Renaud thought to marry a fellow Norman and a woman less spirited than the feisty Saxon wench he has been given. He must tame her rebellious nature, and the best way he knows how is with a sound spanking. She must learn to obey him or accept the consequences. Will she continue to defy him?