Michelle Pillow

Maiden and the Monster

WINNER of the RT Bookclub Magazine Reviewer's Choice Award!

Award Winning and a Recommended Read, Historical Medieval Romance from NYT Bestselling Author Michelle M. Pillow

Vladamir of Kessen, Duke of Lakeshire Castle, is feared as a demon in the land of Wessex. The kings have granted him a title of nobility in exchange for his part as a political prisoner. Discontent, he bides his time in his new home until war will once again rip through the land. But boredom soon turns to pleasure as the daughter of his most hated enemy is left for dead at his castle gate. Now the monster bides his time plotting revenge.

Lady Eden of Hawks' Nest doesn't know what to think of the man who saved her life, but she can't wrench her thoughts away. His words are those of a tyrant, true to his vicious reputation, but his touch is that of a man, stirring passion when there should only be fear.

It would seem the infamous monster is not as monstrous as he appears.

What reviewers are saying about Maiden and the Monster, Winner of the 2006 RT Reviewer's Choice Award!

«4 1/2 STARS! This is a perfect blend of history, emotion, tension…and fascinating and sympathetic characters, and the writing is superb. Pillow chooses magical details to set the scene, and they add to both the history and the emotion.» Page Traynor, RT Bookclub Magazine

Recommended Read! “Maiden and the Monster is one of the best medieval romances I have ever read.” LoveRomances

“I was so entranced by Maiden and the Monster I couldn't put it down. It's intense, and full of emotion…powerful and moving…Maiden and the Monster is a keeper!” Nannette on Joyfully Reviewed

«4 1/2 Stars! Michelle M. Pillow did not re-write the story of Beauty and the Beast. This is the story of two people thrown together by others for their own purposes. No one expected them to find love. This story has action, adventure, and plot twists galore…This book is a classic love story. It is the kind of story a reader enjoys getting lost in.» Candy on Ecataromance Reviews
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