His Enemy’s Wife
No matter that the Lady Lucinda had borne a son to the man who had almost killed him, Richard of Wilmont wanted her anyway. For the fair widow brought to him a sense of belonging . . . and a love so powerful it would erase the past.
What could she ever be to him? Lucinda wondered. Surely a knight as chivalrous as Richard of Wilmont had worthier women than she to claim his attention. She was an outcast, and unfit as wife for any man!
Harlequin Historical - # 434