The Lord's Right

The Lord's Right

eBook - 2015
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Due to her ability to out-perform everyman in the village whether in hunting or in battle, no one expects Amber Lawson to ever marry. Her father is beside himself with her many disobediences, but Amber will not be dissuaded from her independent behavior, no matter how often she finds herself over his knee. One day, she finds herself in hands of the Norman leader, Cruel Piers, the Count de Monteforte, who takes it upon himself to take Amber back to his castle and exact some regular justice on her bottom. He is her enemy, but she can't ignore the fire that begins to burn within her when he touches her. Cruel Piers, the Count de Monteforte, has been appointed by King William the Conqueror to govern the region. The English, especially Amber, do not take the Norman occupation well, but Piers finds himself amused and intrigued by the wench that thwarts him at every turn and also submits so beautifully to him. When his men begin to get too personal with her, he claims the right to her maidenhood for himself, but will he be fighting the girl in a battle of wills forever more? Originally on Blushing Books as "Droit de Seigneur". Parts have been re-edited and re-written for the Medieval Maidens Box Set. If you already purchased "Droit de Seigneur", the new version will automatically be added to your account. Also, as mentioned above, this book was part of the Medieval Maidens Box Set that was released in November 2014. If you already purchased that set, you already have this book in your account.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Blushing, 2015.
ISBN: 9781627506021
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
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