- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon; First edition edition (1 August 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0263865673
- ISBN-13: 978-0263865677
- Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.3 x 17.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
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Hers To Command (Mills & Boon Historical) Paperback – 1 Aug 2008
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Margaret Moore actually began her writing career at the age of eight, when she and a friend would make up stories together. She also loved to read and many years later graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. After reading a romance by Kathleen Woodiwiss, Margaret took a course in popular fiction writing and through that, found Romance Writers of America. Three years later, in 1991, she sold her first historical romance. And the rest, as they say, is history!
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Not long afterwards, with their father dead due to the betrayal of his Commander Martin, sisters Mathilde and Giselle know their home Ecclesford is in jeopardy of odious Roald taking it over though the older sibling inherited the castle. They need a knight to protect them so they venture to a nearby inn where they enlist the drunken Sir Henry D'Alton. He agrees to help because he loathes Roald. He changes his plans especially after learning that the beautiful quiet Giselle is quite a prize catch since through her he also can be the lord of Ecclesford. To his chagrin, the mouthy protective younger sister Mathilde heats his blood, but first he must deal with the odious Roald who will do anything to take Ecclesford including taking the new owner without her agreeing.
HERS TO COMMAND is a pleasurable medieval romance that contains a wonderful romance between the knight and the "termagant. The relationship between Henry and Mathilde is delightful as she rips his skin for even considering her sibling while he rips his skin for considering her. Though Roald is too nasty of a sociopath, fans will enjoy the" shrew's" taming of the knight. No one writes a medieval romance quite like this talented author.