Proud and passionate, the Marquess of Bradbury swore vengeance on those who had stolen his title and lands. . .and branded him a traitor to the Crown.
Beautiful and spirited, she found herself the innocent prisoner of the marquess, her family's most hated foe.
So Worthy My Love
They were bitter enemies caught in a dangerous tide that swept through Elizabeth's England—And thus began a battle of wit and will between two people so perfectly matched that they could only fall in love.
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So worthy my love
As all books written by woodwiss, this book is well worth the read. This is not my favorite of her books but it ranks close behind the Birmingham saga, shanna, and my favorite, a rose in winter.
So Worthy of Your Love
This is one of my favorite authors and my second favorite of her wonderful books. Don’t miss this great book!
A heroine to my liking
No rape, in this one. Still good, though. The heroine was feisty and not solely drop dead gorgeous. I very much enjoyed the “Do you think me a bloody eunuch,wench?!”