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Malcolm's Honor Malcolm le Farouche felt his blood race at the thought Yet, was rage or passion the reason He knew only that though Elinore of Evenbough would share his bed by royal command, the warrior trained beauty was not to be trustedwith his life or his heart Le Farouche the Fierce The epithet added luster to Sir Malcolm s dark reputation as the greatest knight in the land But how would Elinore refute his deep suspicions of an alliance with her treacherous father For her soul called out that this man was her true mate born

About the Author: Jillian Hart

Jillian Hart grew up on her family s homestead in Washington state, where she raised cattle, rode horses and scribbled stories in her spare time After earning her English degree from Whitman College, she worked in travel and advertising before selling her first novel When Jillian isn t working on her next story, she can be found puttering around her rose garden, curled up with a good book and spending quiet evenings at home with her family.

10 thoughts on “Malcolm's Honor

  1. says:

    In search of elusive medievals, I ventured into the world of Harlequin Historicals and found some surprisingly great reads I m happy to report that this is one of them Like all HH s the scope is local rather than epic, but this is not a wallpaper historical At about 300 pages, it s quite meaty Betrayals, swordfights, hangings,

  2. says:

    Malcolm le Farouche had earned the epithet of The Fierce because of his reputation as the greatest knight in the land As the King s Protector, he doesn t believe Elinore of Evenbough when she says she has no knowledge of her father s treasonous plans Even when she fights to defend his men in an ambush, heals an injured knight in his s

  3. says:

    In the year 1280, Sir Malcolm le Farouche the fierce is the greatest knight in all the land He is sent as a kind of bounty hunter to round up the Lord of Evenbough when the man is suspected of treason and murder When Malcolm finds the lord s daughter, Lady Elinor also in attendance, he gathers her up as well, unsure if she is equally guilty

  4. says:

    Feisty maiden meets her match This was a fun story to read Different time period from her normal stuff, but I wouldn t mind readingof this genre from this author It was interesting to watch the build up of who the true villain was The characters were great The heroes were great heroes and the villains were awesome villains Well done, Ms Hart.

  5. says:

    I love Jillian Hart One of my FAVORITE authors But this was not her best work I understand the language of the time period 1280 but after the 7th or 8th time in the same chapter I read cowardly knave or warrior maiden , I just wanted to roll my eyes.I will absolutely continue to read JH s Christian fiction and western fiction but this book is going straig

  6. says:

    Tried a dozen times to get into this one, but I wanted to slap the heroine silly Just not my cup of tea.

  7. says:

    reread this book since I am reading all of Jillian Hart s books right now.Even thought I just read it in December it still brought tears to my eyes at the same parts.Great read.

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