The Lion Of Venice
by Deborah Johns
This book is in good second hand condition. Moderate wearing to cover, edgewear, corner clipped. Light tanning to pages, book exchange mark.
Published by Kensington Publishing, 2001, 380 pages.
Pledged to protect Venice from its mighty enemies, warrior lord Olivier Ducci Mondaldo could not ignore a request to aid France in the Holy War against the Sultan Bayezid. That the messenger who carried the plea was none other than Lady Julian Madrigal, the child who had engineered his escape from the sultan six years before, was even more disquieting. For Julian was now an alluring woman who demanded that Olivier honor his promises to her. The daughter of a woman rumored to be a powerful witch…