Bride of the Sword By

The epic historical novel by one of America’s most acclaimed western writers. 

Manette was torn from her wealthy birthright to be the weapon of a ruler’s revenge. In Spanish Harlem, she danced by torchlight, a dance so savage and ecstatic that the men who watched cried out to possess her. At a pirate’s secret haven, she was put up for auction, cut-throats bidding and fighting for the chance to make her their own. And in New Orleans, a Governor tried to trade her for an empire, the great Constancia plantation. Through it all, she was determined to not only to survive, but to conquer…or die trying.


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