Love thy neighbor, ’tis said. A fine idea, except when the neighbor in question is Lord Holden. Lady Helen Tiernay has complained frequently about his treatment of his people. Too frequently perhaps, for the king intends to curb their constant bickering by ordering them to wed. Helen can’t refuse... show more
Love thy neighbor, ’tis said. A fine idea, except when the neighbor in question is Lord Holden. Lady Helen Tiernay has complained frequently about his treatment of his people. Too frequently perhaps, for the king intends to curb their constant bickering by ordering them to wed. Helen can’t refuse a royal decree, but she’ll do everything possible to drive away her devilishly attractive husband-to-be.
Holden has faced all manner of horrors on the battlefield. But marriage to “the tyrant of Tiernay” is still a worrying prospect—until he glimpses Helen in the flesh. What flesh it is…soft, lush, made for his touch. If she weren’t so intent on thinking up devious ways to prevent consummating their bond, Helen would see how perfect they are together, and that a marriage begun as enemies can turn to absolute pleasure.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2017-07-25
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
'Bliss' by Lynsay Sands is the story of Hethe, Lord Holden and Lady Helen. This book is a re-release and was first published around 2o10. I am so happy that it has been released again with its new cover. Ms. Sands books are some of my favorite books in the world. They are funny, emotional, hot and h...
King Henry II's reputation of being 'the Spawn of the Devil' didn't help him solve his problems with his two feuding nobles: Lady Helen Tiernay, 'the Tyrant or Tiernay', and Lord Hethe Holden, 'the Hammer of Holden'. So he decided to force the two to marry. They could share the bed they had made and...
Lady Tiernay and Lord Holden have neighboring lands and they have quite a few differences. Under normal circumstances most people would talk to their neighbor and try and work out the issues. Well not these two instead they write nasty letters about each other to the King. King Henry is having some ...
In this Medieval romance King Henry decrees that Lady 'Tyrant of' Tiernay shall marry Lord 'Hammer of' Holden; and despite the Lady's best efforts there is no escape for either of them. Playing off each other there is a comedy of errors throughout the book in a true slapstick manner ending, of cours...