The Baron’s Daughter: A Sweet Medieval Romance

The Baron’s Daughter: A Sweet Medieval Romance

"THE BARON'S DAUGHTER" is the SWEET edition of "ANGEL OF FIRE" by Tanya Anne Crosby, a New York Times bestselling author and her daughterShattered by her father's death at the Battle of Tinchebrai, Chrestien de Lontaine intends to see her twin sister married, and then seek protection in a nunnery, v...

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“THE BARON’S DAUGHTER” is the SWEET edition of “ANGEL OF FIRE” by Tanya Anne Crosby, a New York Times bestselling author and her daughter

Shattered by her father’s death at the Battle of Tinchebrai, Chrestien de Lontaine intends to see her twin sister married, and then seek protection in a nunnery, vowing she would belong to no man…

Sheltered by their father, she and her sister are heartily glad for their father’s eccentricities; few know he had twin daughters. But someone knows… and now, only King Henry’s Silver Wolf, the hated enemy responsible for Gilbert de Lontaine’s death – can save her now.

For readers who prefer romance without strong language or sex. This is a sweet read book.

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Genres: Historical Fiction, Sweet Historicals, Sweet Historicals
Publisher: Oliver-Heber Books
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01MF9TUC9
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About the Author
Tanya Anne Crosby

Tanya Anne Crosby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thirty novels. She has been featured in magazines and periodicals, such as People, USA Today, Romantic Times and Publisher’s Weekly, and her books have been translated into eight languages. Her first novel was published in 1992 by Avon Books, where Tanya was hailed as “one of Avon’s fastest rising stars” and her fourth book was chosen to launch the company’s Avon Romantic Treasure imprint.

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