By His Majesty's Grace
The Three Graces of Graydon are well–born sisters bearing an ominous curse: any man betrothed to them without love is doomed to die.Much to her chagrin, Lady Isabel Milton has been given to Earl Rand Braesford—a reward from the Tudor king for his loyalty to the throne. The lusty nobleman quickly... show more
The Three Graces of Graydon are well–born sisters bearing an ominous curse: any man betrothed to them without love is doomed to die.Much to her chagrin, Lady Isabel Milton has been given to Earl Rand Braesford—a reward from the Tudor king for his loyalty to the throne. The lusty nobleman quickly claims his husbandly rights, an experience Isabel scarcely hoped to enjoy so much. But youth and strength may not save Braesford from his bride's infamous curse…Accused of a heinous crime with implications that reach all the way to King Henry himself, Braesford is imprisoned in the Tower, and Isabel is offered her salvation—but for a price. She has the power to seal his fate, have him sent to the executioner and be freed from her marriage bonds. Yet the more Isabel learns of Rand, the less convinced she is of his guilt, and she commits to discover the truth about the enigmatic husband she never expected to love.
Publish date: July 26th 2011
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Three Graces (#1)
Forced into a marriage by King Henry - Isabel isn't exactly thrilled with the man she's been bound to. Rand Braesford is sexy, strong and just as stubborn as Isabel. Rand doesn't believe in the curse that Isabel and her sisters have lived with their entire lives - any man betrothed to any of the s...
This review is also published at http://thebookaholiccat.com Lady Isabel Milton has been betrothed four times and her four betrotheds have died from various causes before their wedding day. Lady Isabel has used these events to create a cursing tale widely known as The Curse of the Three Graces. This...
If Lady Isabel had her way, she'd never marry. She is so opposed to the idea that she constructed a so-called curse to dissuade potential suitors. Any man who tried to force a loveless marriage with Isabel or one of her two sisters would face disaster. But Braesford doesn't fear the curse. He relis...
You know I would hate to be a woman during this time period. Depending on your class (if you were poor, or a servant, nobody cared about your future marriage partner), you had no say regarding who you wed. Basically, you are your future husband's property. So why do I like reading books where woman ...