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    I loved this! Definite reread!

    Lady Emma of Ravenwood is promised to the Norman conqueror, Williams l’Orage - The Storm, in marriage. But a curse has been passed down through her bloodline and while she will wed him, she will never bed him. However, she never expected to feel such attraction and fierce desire. There is only one way the curse can be broken, and it is highly unlikely it will occur with husband. Therefore, she must hold fast to her refusal despite the fact that has slowly fallen in love with him. Emma is not a weak, simpering heroine as many historical females are written. Instead, she is strong and determined while being touched by a bit of magic. Her emotions leapt off the page and pulled me into her turmoil as she struggles with, not only the curse, but her growing feelings. William, is everything a conquering hero should be, but what should be a hardened heart actually softens when it comes to his wife. Although this couple have some serious quarrels, it only adds to the sizzling chemistry between them as they work out their differences. And William is most creative when it comes to abiding to Emma’s dictate of no consummation. I’m not an expert when it comes to medieval history, but this felt as authentic as anything I’ve ever read in this era before. I was completely caught up in the location, language, and politics of this book. This is such a well plotted storyline with characters that come alive on the page/audio, drama that kept me engaged, and danger that had me gasping. I know I’ll be listening to this one again!
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