Saul Parenti has always been glad that he's second in line in the Arrezzian monarchy. He can concentrate on his business empire.and the delights of his new wife, Giselle.. But when his cousin is killed, Saul must ascend the throne. Instead of pursuing their own dreams, Saul and Giselle must now make their lives about pomp and protocol. But the secret traumas of Giselle's past have scarred her deeply; she never wants to be a mother-and that leaves her marriage in crisis. Because her royal duty is to produce an heir..
by Penny Jordan
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