The Velvet Promise
All of England rejoiced on her wedding day. But Judith vowed that her husband would get only what he took from her! At the flower-bedecked altar, the first touch of their hands ignited an all-consuming passion. Gavin Montgomery looked deep into her golden eyes and burned with desire for... show more
All of England rejoiced on her wedding day. But Judith vowed that her husband would get only what he took from her! At the flower-bedecked altar, the first touch of their hands ignited an all-consuming passion. Gavin Montgomery looked deep into her golden eyes and burned with desire for her...but his heart had been pledged to another. Humiliated and alone in a strange castle, Judith resolved to hate this husband who took her body, but rejected her love...never admitting her fear of losing him. But destiny held another fate for Judith...a fate that would keep at last...The Velvet Promise.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1991-01-01
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Medieval Romance
I like the character of Judith already; she rather become a prioress (high ranking nun) than get married and "become a servant to a man". I sense the beginnings of a strong woman character.Judith is turning out to be quite a woman! When she accidentally spies Gavin, newly her husband, and Alice (vin...
So I three years ago my husband and I I bought a ginormous house. Tons of space. This was an upgrade from our previous relatively tiny house. While we were living in that tiny house with no space, we had no place to store our books. We have about 40 of those big plastic storage bins stuffed full...
I didn't like this book very much. The characters are very stubborn and not in the good way.Some authors make it to look funny, but here it is just annoying. I don't know how you can love someone so strongly, when he had hurt you in every possible way. And to forgive him and to live happily ever aft...
One of my all time favorites. Never get tired of reading this one.