Once Upon a Rose (Once Upon Series, The)

Once Upon a Rose (Once Upon Series, The)

Nora Roberts, Jill Gregory

Language: English

Pages: 416

ISBN: 0515131660

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Once Upon a Rose (Once Upon Series, The)

Nora Roberts, Jill Gregory

Language: English

Pages: 416

ISBN: 0515131660

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Love blossoms like the luscious petals of spring’s very first rose…

Winter Rose
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts
On a remote island cursed with eternal winter, a young queen heals a wounded soldierand warms her heart with the joys of true love…

The Rose and the Sword
Jill Gregory
An exiled princess’s last hope for recovering her lost kingdom lies with the embittered prince she is pledged to marrya man as impossible as he is irresistible…

The Roses of Glenross
Ruth Ryan Langan
Sheltered in an abbey in war-torn Scotland, a lonely lass tends a haunted rose gardenwhile a heroic soldier basks in the pure glow of her love…

The Fairest Rose
Award-winning author Marianne Willman
Embarking on a dangerous quest to win the hand of a princess, a bold Irish warrior falls for the one woman who has the power to save his lifeand hold his heart…

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capture the bird and take it back to Airan. Then it will be merely a matter of time.” Mouse bit her lower lip. The closer they came to their goal, the more she regretted her part in it. “That would be both cruel and unwise. The egg will only hatch within the nest of silver rowan leaves.” He shot her an annoyed look. “You seem determined to find obstacles. I’m not a fool. I’ll take the nest as well.” “You still have to catch it,” she said. “It won’t be easy. You saw how it dipped and plunged

the whole business as a practical matter. “I don’t know.” “You wouldn’t trust them.” She smiled before she could stop it. “I wouldn’t, no. Have you bedded many women?” He cleared his throat and began to walk a bit faster. “That, sweetheart, isn’t a question I’m comfortable answering.” “Why not?” “Because it’s…it’s a delicate matter,” he decided. “Would you be more comfortable telling me if you’ve killed many men?” “I don’t kill for sport, or for pleasure,” he said, and his voice turned as

mother?” “In your mind, your heart, when I healed you. I would have given anything, anything, to have seen such love and pride for me in the eyes of the one who bore me. You can’t let her grieve for a son who still lives.” Guilt clawed at him. “She would want me happy.” “I believe she would. But if you stay, she will never know what became of you. Whatever you want for yourself, you have too much inside you for her to leave her not knowing. And too much honor to turn away from your duties to

places and our duties.” He squatted beside her, though it caused his side to weep. Taking her hand, he turned it over and examined the ridge of callus. “Then I would say, my lady, you have too many duties.” “It’s not for you to question me.” “You don’t give answers, so I must continue to question. You healed me. Why do you resent me?” “I don’t know. But I do know that I require both hands for this task.” When he released her, she continued to plant. “I’m unused to strangers,” she began.

love for that haughty princess!” And in the end, driven by anger and ambition, Tor had agreed that it was better if their paths diverged. The quest was liable to be both long and dangerous. He did not wish to put the old man in jeopardy. Broch could be more useful in other ways. Once he reached the heights, Tor wheeled his mount and looked back the way he’d come. The great black horse whickered and pawed the air. Tiny lights glimmered where Castle Airan thrust up through the fog, looking as

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