Count Sergei Borodinov demanded obedience — from his soldiers, his serfs and his wife. In his household there would be no hint of the westernization ordered by the Tsar. But Kirsty, his beautiful young bride, was English and use to independence — an independence Sergei was determined to crush. Despite their conflict, Kirsty longed for her husband's tenderness, but his arrogance and her inexperience drove them further apart. At last it seemed not even passion could save their marriage. Harlequin Historical - # 4
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