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    The Bargain by Julia Templeton
    Julia Templeton's first book with Berkely. I don't like the cover and of course it is a tradesize not MM. But hey it is medieval...

    HE SAW...
    Saxon beauty Aleysia Cawdor is willing to do anything to protect her dear twin brother during a conquest that could strip her of her everything. Her last resort is to enter into a sensual bargain with her worst enemy, and submit to his brutish ways.

    Love-starved Norman knight Renaud de Wulf is eager to again feel the touch of flesh. He's going to take what's coming to him-the vulnerable woman who's been waiting to fulfill her obligation in the most intimate way imaginable. Body and soul.

    HE CAME...
    Never would de Wulf guess the true motives for Aleysia's submission-or where their heated nights would take them.

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    1. sorry. I cannot get past the GIANT man titty. Holy pointy nipple, batgirl.

      By Anonymous Jane, at 7/12/2006 03:06:00 PM  

    2. that's... some man-titty. I think homeboy needs a bra.

      By Blogger Bam, at 7/12/2006 04:33:00 PM  

    3. the blurb is interesting. I'll put it on my buy list eventhough the trade size price isn't a good thing

      By Blogger erika, at 7/12/2006 09:39:00 PM  

    4. I agree the cover is bad but did I mention it is a medieval and a hawt one at that.

      I still need to read Parlor Games but I did really enjoy her EC medieval.

      By Blogger sybil, at 7/13/2006 12:26:00 AM  

    5. Can't stop laughing at the "he saw...he conquered...he came..."

      But I'm loving the whole "submit to his brutish ways" part.

      By Blogger meljean brook, at 7/13/2006 01:11:00 AM  

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