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Romance Of The Rose
Claire Delacroix

Harlequin Historical Romance
February 1993
On Sale: February 1, 1993
Featuring: Armand d'Avigny; Alexandria de Fontaine
285 pages
ISBN: 0373287666
EAN: 9780373287666
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Romance Historical

Armand d'Avigny would always associate Alexandria de Fontaine with the smell of roses. Indeed, the knight had carried the memory of the beautiful healer with him to the Crusades. Now, as he looked upon that same sweet face once more, he vowed that never again would she be taken from his side. Alex's heart soared when she recognized the green-eyed gaze of her would-be rescuer. Yet even as they sped to safety, she knew that she could not accept the promise of Armand's love. For to do so would expose him to the danger of her enemy. And as long as Pierre de Villiers remained alive, Alexandria de Fontaine would never be free.

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