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The Lion and the Lark

The Lion and the Lark The year is B C Julius Caesar is dead And as rebellion divides Italy and Britain a Roman centurion and a Celtic princess forge a bond no woman or man can rend asunder To ensure peace between her t

  • Title: The Lion and the Lark
  • Author: Doreen Owens Malek
  • ISBN: 9780821752913
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • The year is 44 B.C Julius Caesar is dead And as rebellion divides Italy and Britain, a Roman centurion and a Celtic princess forge a bond no woman or man can rend asunder.To ensure peace between her tribe and their savage conquerors, the exquisite Bronwen has been promised in wedlock to a high born Roman tribune But the British beauty is also a secret spy ready to riskThe year is 44 B.C Julius Caesar is dead And as rebellion divides Italy and Britain, a Roman centurion and a Celtic princess forge a bond no woman or man can rend asunder.To ensure peace between her tribe and their savage conquerors, the exquisite Bronwen has been promised in wedlock to a high born Roman tribune But the British beauty is also a secret spy ready to risk her life to free her people.Dispatched to Britain by Mark Antony, Claudius is irresistibly drawn to the flaxen haired, cobalt eyed Bronwen Yet he knows he dare not trust the woman who is bound to him by law not love.

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    1 thought on “The Lion and the Lark

    1. I enjoyed this story a lot. The characters were excellently portrayed and I felt for each and every one of them. I was rooting for Bronwen and Claudius throughout the tale and was happy when it was clear they would achieve their HEA. I also liked the sub-romance between Brettix and Lucia and would have liked to read more about them. It works out good though. The ending was a bit lackluster and abrupt for me. I wanted more, I wasn't ready to say goodbye to any of these characters!That said, I had [...]

    2. Claudius Leonatus, a Roman Tribune, is posted to Briton in 44BC; he meets and marries Bronwen, an Iceni maiden. The marriage is an arranged one to confirm the signing of a new treaty between the Romans and the Iceni (one of the many different tribes in Briton). I think this would qualify as a YA; the steam level is low. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it very much. It was a nice change from the many Regencies that are being marketed these days. I think this was a freebie; if not, I didn't pay too much f [...]

    3. Great book! Doreen Malek obviously knows her history. Even though this is a fictional historical romance the story is tied into real events. If you have any knowledge of this period in history you are sure to enjoy this book!

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