Captive Brides, Book 2
With the sheer strength of his muscular body, Crusader Guy de Warenne overpowered his captors and fled the hell-hole of the Syrian prison. Yet he couldn’t leave Damascus without rescuing the lovely violet-eyed “slave girl” who had saved his life by tenderly caring for his battle wounds.
She is Leila, a raven-haired English beauty kidnapped in infancy, schooled in medicine by the wealthy physician who adopted her…and trained in the sensual delights of the harem. To Leila, the Crusader is a savage barbarian who ravaged her adopted homeland and ruthlessly carried her away to serve his own purposes. Yet, even in her fury, she is drawn to this man of unexpected tenderness and awakened to a raw, sensual power that will carry them both on a tumultuous journey into adventure, danger, and love.
**Romance Writers of America RITA Award finalist for Best Historical Romance**
"Captive Rose is exotic, erotic, yet as delicate as a desert rose. Miriam Minger's most enticing romance to date." - Romantic Times
“Miriam Minger is a master storyteller who illustrates the full gamut of emotions felt by her characters. Emotions so strong that you are pulled into the pages and into their lives.” – Inside Romance
“With Miriam Minger, you’re assured of a good read!” - Heartland Critiques
Enjoy all three books in Miriam Minger’s bestselling Captive Brides Collection:
Book 1: TWIN PASSIONS (Hakon and Gwendolyn/Wulfgar and Anora)
Book 2: CAPTIVE ROSE (Guy and Leila)
Book 3: THE PAGAN'S PRIZE (Rurik and Zora)
I was lucky enough to catch it when it was free and I'm so grateful I did or else I would have never looked at it twice. This by far exceeded my expectations and actually turned out to be an amazing book for such a good price. There's no instantaneously falling in love, although there's plenty of instantaneous lust, and the characters are actually very much likable. A definite recommended for any who's looking for an enjoyable read to pass the time.
I thought this would be a good book & the storyline was good but many parts were EXTREMELY unnecessary & disgusting.
This is an excellent novel!....❤️❤️