"Excellent and entertaining."--Heather Graham"An excellent medieval romance...Readers will not only love this novel, but clamor for a sequel."--"Affaire de Coeur""Kat Martin has superbly captured the essence that is the medieval period. Fans will most assuredly ask for more from this talented author."--Linda Abel, "The Medieval Chronicle"
Currently living in Missoula, Montana, Kat Martin is the bestselling author of over fifty historical and romantic suspense novels. Over fifteen million of her books are in print and she has been published in twenty-one foreign countries, including Japan, France, Greece, Argentina, China, and Spain. Before she started writing, Kat was a real estate broker. During that time, she met her husband, L. J. Martin, also an author. Kat is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, where she majored in anthropology and also studied history. "I love anything old," Kat says. "I love to travel and especially like to visit the places where my books are set. My husband and I often stay in out-of-the-way inns and houses built in times past. It's fun and it gives a wonderful sense of a by-gone era."
They were enemies in a divided land...In "Bold Angel "by Kat Martin, Saxon beauty Caryn of Ivesham longed to escape the chill gray cloisters of the convent to which she'd fled--but not in marriage to the towering, feared Raolfe de Gere, the Norman knight they called Ral the Relentless. Even though he had once saved her from a fate worse than death, she could not forget he'd raised the grim battlements of Braxston Keep on her dead father's lands or that his men had dishonored her sister. If she wed him to bring peace to her people, he would have to lay siege to her bed. Will their love conquer all--or destroy them both?The darkly handsome warlord's blood coursed with desire for Caryn's burnished crimson lips, and his passion would not be denied. But in the wild ecstasy they shared, Ral feared more than his heart was in danger. Could his rebellious bride be a traitor deadlier than the wolves and brigands prowling deep in English forests? "An excellent medieval romance...Readers will not only love this novel, but clamor for a sequel." --"Affaire de Coeur"