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    Traci E. Hall

The Queen’s Guard: Rose

by: Traci E. Hall

Book 3 of The Queen’s Guard Series

Spring 1148—Mediterranean Coast

Mamille of Rou, alias Rose, is one of three elite female bodyguards remaining to protect Queen Eleanor of France. The unusual guard began the holy pilgrimage from France to seize the important city of Edessa from infidels.

 

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Award-wining and USA Today best-selling author Traci E. Hall writes genre fiction for both adults and teens. Believing in happy ever after, she pens stories guaranteed to touch the heart while transporting the reader to another time and place.
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Spring 1148—Mediterranean Coast

Mamille of Rou, alias Rose, is one of three elite female bodyguards remaining to protect Queen Eleanor of France. The unusual guard began the holy pilgrimage from France to seize the important city of Edessa from infidels.

Along the way, Mamille has been unable to quell her attraction to the strong and handsome Dominus Brochard, a Knight Templar who has travelled with Eleanor’s guard since the very beginning. But unbeknownst to Mamille, Dominus has been working undercover on behalf of the bishop of Clairvaux, ensuring Eleanor’s husband, King Louis, is protected from certain political advisors with nefarious aims.

Mamille thinks Dominus is way too virile to be chaste, though she honors his decision. Dominus thinks she is way too beautiful to sleep alone, and his frustration lies in being unable to claim her for himself. Instead, he watches over her from afar and takes his jealousy out on the enemy Turks.

But there is someone else watching both of them. Someone with enough power and influence to tear the king and queen apart and wrest Mamille and Dominus away from each other forever.

Details

Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2015
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“This is a touch light on action, but fast-paced, detail-packed storytelling interlaced with humor ensures a satisfying read.” —Publishers Weekly