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The Frenchwoman

By Rosalind Laker

She belonged to one man, yet loved another – torn between love and honour…

Juliette Delahousse came to Norfolk from France to be a bride. Like all Frenchwomen, fiercely passionate, Juliette knew the arts of love. Exiled to England by her jealous stepmother, betrothed to a cold stranger, she yearned for the one man who could quell her surging desires. Then she met him — Blake Lockington, her husband’s elder brother.

As the Napoleonic wars raged across Europe, Juliette’s smouldering beauty ignited another dark battle — a flaming struggle between two brothers.

But will one of them be destroyed before the winner can claim his prize?

Rosalind Laker is a best-selling novelist that has been published all over the world, with her works translated into twenty languages. The author of over forty historical novels, her first work was published in 1970; Warwyck’s Wife is the first of her acclaimed Easthampton trilogy and is followed by Claudine’s Daughter and The Warwycks of Easthampton.

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