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Bastard daughter to the king, Rosamunde was raised in a convent and wholly prepared to take the veil . . . until good King Henry showed up with a reluctant husband in tow for her. Suddenly, she found herself promising to love, honor, and obey Aric. But Rosamunde's education had not covered a wedding night, and the stables were a poor example for an untried girl. Would Aric bite her neck like the animals did their mates? The virile warrior seemed capable of such animal passion, but his eyes promised something sweeter. And Rosamunde soon learned that while she may have trouble with obeying him, it would not be hard to lover her new husband forever.
This was unbelievably funny. Laugh out loud, hold your stomach laughing. A horse with a cold dressed in cape, stockings, hat, pants and shirts stuck in bedroom while having gas. And a nun describing marital relations to young bride. There was also teary moments. Seriously, it's a tender love story told with humor and a little intrigue that I did not want to end.