Long popular in England because of the great Dragonslayer, the name George, by the 19th century, was also considered patriotic - the name of kings and princes. So it's not surprising that three Georges (called Hawk, Van and Con to avoid confusion) grew up as neighbors and joined the army together to fight Napoleon. The Dragon's Bride is Con's story. The new Earl of Wyvern, Con is still haunted by Waterloo, where a friend he'd sworn to protect lost his life. Susan Kerslake, housekeeper at the earl's fortress, is more than a servant. She's a smuggler, seeking hidden gold - and she and Con once shared an enchanted summer, before innocence met arrogance and shattered both their hearts. Reunited, they have an unexpected chance to heal old wounds - and perhaps to reclaim lost love. Look for the other two Georges in "The Demon's Mistress," part of the anthology In Praise of Younger Men, and in The Devil's Heiress.


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The Dragon's Bride
(Three Heroes series)
by Jo Beverley

May 1, 2001
Available: December 6, 2006
ISBN #0451203585
EAN #9780451203588
384 pages
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In Praise of Younger Men
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