Thursday, February 14, 2008


Title: My Lady Innocent
Author: Annie Burrows
Line: Mills and Boon Historical Romance
Release month: February 2007
The S-Factor: Simmering

Innocent bride or treacherous temptress?

As the nobility jostles for the new King’s favour, Maddy is all alone. Landless and friendless, she is now beginning to suspect that someone wants her dead… So she accepts a bridegroom she has never met, intending to find peace at home.

But peace is in short supply when Maddy marries Sir Geraint, a powerful protector and a passionate man. Fiercely loyal to the King, Geraint cannot trust his Yorkist bride – but neither can he resist her innocent temptation!

Historical Romance fans are in for a treat this February with the release of Annie Burrows’ second historical, My Lady Innocent!

Set during the fifteenth century in the middle of the War of the Roses, My Lady Innocent is the story of Maddy, a nobleman’s daughter who finds herself being branded a traitor’s daughter, after her father refuses to pledge allegiance to Henry Tudor. Forced to live as a servant, Maddy is treated with derision and contempt by her cousin Eleanor and by everyone at court. However, Maddy cannot get of her head the fact that there is somebody who is keen to murder her…

When the King orders her to marry one of his knights, Maddy accepts. But her troubles are far from over, for her bridegroom, Sir Geraint, may be a wool merchant’s son, but he is determined to show her that he is now her lord and master…
But with a dangerous enemy on the loose, Maddy realizes that the only man who can save her is the husband she has grown to love!

My Lady Innocent is a terrific historical novel by an outstanding new writer of historical romance! Compelling, engrossing and passionate, you will not be able to put down this spellbinding tale of courage, intrigue, betrayal, and, of course, romance!

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