Darkly handsome and rich beyond imagining the bold English conqueror was called Lyonfor his-lionlike fierceness. He had no match among enemies, or women ... until he met Lyonene,the green-eyed beauty whose fiery spirit matched his own. Through a whirlwind romance and stormy marriage, she... read more
Lyonene, daughter of Baron William and Lady Melite, only child willfull and named for the Lyonese that she is, is neither intimidated nor greedy to the riches of the Black Lyon, Raulf 3rd earl of Malvoisin she manages to do what no other woman has ever done; make him laugh and he is also... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Lyonene, daughter of Baron William and Lady Melite, only child willfull and named for the Lyonese that she is, is neither intimidated nor greedy to the riches of the Black Lyon, Raulf 3rd earl of Malvoisin she manages to do what no other woman has ever done; make him laugh and he is also enthralled with her uncommon beauty. but can he get past the memories of the death of his 1st wife and daughter and the memories his first wife left him with, degrading and unmanning.
Lyonene is bold to a fault and in this day and age this is very untoward but she does not care the Black Lyon has her in his spell as well.
Her mother is determined for her to have a love match as sees the budding of love the both their eyes. Her husband not so observant is forced to see this and offers Lyonene to Ranulf as bride.
Ranulf both reluctant and mezmerized, but adamant that Lyonene be given the option of request as not to force her into marraige. she accepts and they both feel the passion and love beginning to develope.
But the marraige is off to a rocky start as Ranulf has many issues of his past to deal with and this causes a tumultuous adjustment period for Lyonene that she had not anticipated.
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