Strands Of Gold
by Kathleen Morgan
This book is in good second hand condition. Moderate wearing to cover, edgewear. Book exchange marks, tanning to pages.
Published by Dorchester Publishing, 1997, 390 pages.
Princess Arien had all but given up her chance at love when she’d made a vow of chastity years before, but the little man she met one day in the forest seemed to think otherwise. He told her the man of her heart was none other than the strongest and bravest man in the kingdom—Dane Haversin. With the prediction, though, also came a warning that her elder sister, Edana, was scheming to marry Dane herself.
Bound by destiny, the princess soon found herself mesmerized by the ruggedly attractive, sensual Lord Haversin. His very presence could arouse the passionate woman hidden in the chaste girl. While Edana only wanted the nobleman for her own advancement, Arien’s love for him was as true as the rivers were blue. But teaching the widowed nobleman to love again and outsmarting her determined sister would be as difficult, though just as rewarding, as spinning straw into strands of gold.