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Warrior's Woman by Johanna Lindsey
FEMALE FIGHTER

Lithe beauty Tedra De Arr has dedicated her life to the art of combat, and no one, least of all a man, has ever been able to pierce through that rigid armor of single-minded purpose. Then political upheaval forces the elite bodyguard to flee her home, and the fiercely independent maiden finds that her only refuge is in the arms of a bronzed barbarian.

MAJESTIC MALE

In a society where warriors rule supreme, Challen Ly-San-Ter is the strongest and the most powerful. He claims Tedra as tradition and his own desires demand, but though he ignites her uninitiated passions, the proud fighter will not allow anyone dominance over her. Challenging him to physical battle, she also dares him to discover that she is a worthy partner, and together they can conquer all realms.
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About the Book
  • Published:
    Jun-1990
  • Formats:
    Print / eBook
  • Pages:
    448
  • Purchase:
    Buy
Series
Time Period
  • Contemporary
Setting
  • Outer Space
Characters
  • Challen Ly-San-Ter (Hero)
  • Tedra De Arr (Heroine)

 

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Theresa
It's the 4th time the book has been released. The description on the back sold me on it, and I wish I had skimmed through it more thoroughly. This is the first time I've actually gotten a migrane form a novel, literally. Women have no status in this, no rights. This was a waste of money. I rate this with a 0 out of 5. I've never read any of her books before, but this was bad first impression of her writing style. I'm selling this.
Candice
OKAY THE BOOK IS AMAZING! Im a hardcore romance reader I read a book a day and I love this booook! It is certainly I believe her most romantic and intriguing! I have found in her books that most of the plots stem from a lack of communication between the two main characters. Something this book pleasantly lacked! I believe if people cant look beyond the lack of women's rights which makes the males all the more masculine then they should not bother to critique the romance genre!
helena
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