Hawk's Lady

Hawk s Lady When her little sister Celia is seduced by the brother of the fearsome Lord Hawkhurst Lady Kayln D Arcy journeys to his medieval fortress to force the knave to marry her sister coming face to face
  • Title: Hawk's Lady
  • Author: Catherine Archibald
  • ISBN: 9780843943122
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hawk's Lady
    When her little sister, Celia, is seduced by the brother of the fearsome Lord Hawkhurst, Lady Kayln D Arcy journeys to his medieval fortress to force the knave to marry her sister, coming face to face with the infamous Hawkhurst himself.
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  • Catherine Archibald

    Catherine J Archibald was born on 17 August, and grew up in Oregon, USA She has always loved books and reading Even as little girl, she enjoyed making up further adventures about the characters in the books she read as well as writing stories about her own characters But it wasn t until she read Jane Eyre at around the age of 12 that she realized she wanted to write romance novels Completing a novel, however, turned out to be much difficult than making up stories in her head In the years between deciding to become an author, marrying her Canadian husband, Steve, having three children, enrolling in nursing school twice, she began but never finished many novels It wasn t until her youngest child was two that she sat down and told herself that she would complete her book or go to her grave trying That novel, written on an old typewriter that a friend gave her after finding out that she was working on a book, took two years to finish Her husband, Steve, seeing how determined she was to become a published author, sold his 1965 Mustang to buy her first computer He remained a constant and devoted supporter through the seven years of rejections It was her third completed historical romance, Rose Among Thorns, that Catherine sold to Harlequin Historicals in 1992 It was the culmination of her all her dreams and hard work She still approaches each book with the same excitement of that first one Bringing the characters and their story to life are some of her greatest challenges and joys Each time she helps the hero and heroine discover that being able to truly love and trust in another person only makes you stronger, she renews her own belief in the power of love With the 2003 release of her thirteenth and last book for Harlequin, Dragon s Daughter, Catherine has lost none of her sense of awe at seeing the names of her characters in print.After a rich and unforgettable stay of 15 years in Alberta, Catherine now lives with her husband of than 25 years and her three children in Troutdale, Oregon, near her family again She loves meeting and hearing from readers and may be reached at the following address Catherine Archer, P.O Box 1216, Fairview, OR 97024 1216.


  • I liked this book, it was good I do think that Kayln and Hawk misunderstood each other A LOT through the majority of the book and wish that the book didn t end right when they decided to stop misunderstanding each other Also I wish there had been spaces between the different points of view It was a little confusing to go from Hawk s POV to Kayln s in the same paragraph But it was a good book, I enjoyed it very much

  • This book was okay There was too much bickering and resentment that was going on back and forth, so from Kayln than from Hawkhurst She didn t know love when it came to her that s for sure Personally, I would of accepted his love long before she did and loved him right back Men like Hawkhurst who want to care for the one they love are hard to find Of course, at the end of the story, it took a turn that was totally unexpected, although the clues were there all along It took me by surprise I was h [...]

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