The Hawk and the Dove Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jan 1988
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She'd been bought for a strip of land, then abandoned: a bartered bride, married by proxy, determined to wreak revenge. As innocent Sara Bishop she'd paid dearly for freedom from her cruel, mocking family. As flame-haired, jade-eyed Sabre Wilde, she would scandalize Queen Elizabeth's court as she set out to seduce her unknown husband, become his mistress--and make him her slave.
The Queen's favorite, called The Sea God, his white teeth flashed in his bronze face as his deep, virile voice boomed orders to his men. He branded Sabre with his searing kiss and his masterful touch, not even aware she was already his wife. Captain Shane Hawkhurst knew how to command, how to subdue and ravage an enemy, but was he prepared to be caught in passion's merciless snare by a fiery beauty who ruled his heart and inflamed his senses?
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It's been twenty years since I read a historical romance. Now I'm hooked again,what a great story! Now I have to read more of her novels.Published on 21 Mar. 2014 by mrs m a knott
I would give this book a read if i were you despite the rape scene it's a good story, i liked the way Sabre went about her Revenge.Published on 25 Mar. 2008 by Tracy Mc
I was disgusted when I read this book. Most of it would have been okay if the "Sea God" hadn't raped Sabre. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 1999
I have read all of Virginia Henley's books and this is near the top of my favorites list. She has her hero chase the female lead in this book. Shane pursues Sabre with a venom. Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 1998