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Almost Innocent
(aka Brazen Whispers)

by: Jane Feather

Bantam Books, May 2001

Originally released under title: "Brazen Whispers."
Date: December 1990 . . . ISBN: 038076167X . . .
Publisher: Avon


She was called Magdalen -- the beautiful, illegitimate daughter of a powerful British duke and his French mistress -- hidden behind the cloistered wals of an impenetrable English fortress and betrothed at a tender age.

The uncle of her intended groom, handsome Guy de Gervais was her protector, her devoted champion -- until duty called him to the bloody battlefields of feudal France. But time would transform a spirited child into a stunning, sensuous woman ... and a youthful infatuation into a blistering, soul-searing love -- impelling Magdalen and her gallant knight to defy destiny in reckless pursuit of a dangerous, forbidden passion.

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Series: Almost trilogy
Almost Innocent
(aka Brazen Whispers) - Book 1

Almost a Bride - Book 2
Almost a Lady - Book 3

Almost Innocent <br>(aka Brazen Whispers)

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Bantam Books
Publish Date:
May 2001
Time Period:
Historical: England - (1154-1399) Plantagenets (founded- Henry II)
Year Book Takes Place:
England and France
Guy de Gervais
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