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Hers To Command
by: Margaret Moore

Harlequin HQN Books, February 2006

Book 4 - Brothers-in-Arms series
She'd entrusted her lands to his skill, but her heart was another matter . . .

Sir Henry was a knight-errant, capable of impressive prowess on the battlefield...and in bed. Finding two sisters -- one stunningly beautiful, the other steadfast and determined -- waiting patiently in his chamber, he entertained their proposition: a generous sum in exchange for commanding their men-at-arms in a battle to save their lands.

Seduced by the beauty of Giselle, yet irresistibly drawn to the intelligence of Mathilde, a proud woman as complex as her secrets, Henry accepts their offer. But as invaders close in, it is Mathilde who must dare to trust her deepest desires...and the man willing to fight for all he is worth to prove his honor.

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Series: Brothers-in-Arms series
Bride of Lochbarr - Book 1
Lord of Dunkeathe - Book 2
Unwilling Bride, The - Book 3
Hers To Command - Book 4
Hers To Desire - Book 5
Warlord's Bride, The - Book 6

Hers To Command

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Publisher:
Harlequin HQN Books
Publish Date:
February 2006
Time Period:
Historical: England - (1154-1399) Plantagenets (founded- Henry II)
Year Book Takes Place:
1243
Setting:
England
Hero:
Henry D'Alton
Sir
Heroine:
Mathilde
 
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