You and No Other
Book 1, Renaissance Rogues - Renaissance Rogues, Book 1
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"Looking for a hero to sweep you off your feet? Look no further!" ~ Kathe Robin, RT BOOK REVIEWS
"St. Briac is THE hero! He will probably be in your dreams at night."
"St. Briac is a man you cannot forget - the Best of the Best. YOU AND NO OTHER is a keeper you will love to read over and over again."
"St. Briac is a deliciously refreshing, sexy, witty, intelligent, charming, breath of fresh air."
Thomas Mardouet, seigneur de St. Briac is a man with a perfect life - bold, witty, and splendid to behold, he is the King of France's trusted knight.
But the day that captivating Aimee de Fleurance appears in the woods to interrupt a hunt, St. Briac's life is turned on end. When she takes her sister's place and joins the royal court to avoid an arranged marriage, St. Briac is drawn unwillingly into her impetuous scheme.
To save Aimee from the king's bed, St. Briac shocks them both by declaring that they are betrothed. After all, marriage is the last thing he wants, especially to this infuriating maiden...
Journey back to the magical world of 16th century France and join Aimee and St. Briac for an adventure filled with enchantment, laughter, and sensuous passion!
Author's note: St. Briac is the ancestor of the Beauvisage famiily. Some readers recommend reading YOU & NO OTHER before the Beauvisage series.
My favorite hero!
This book is magical and St. Briac is a hero you'll never forget. A classic!
You And No Other
This is a very good book. I would have given it 5 stars except I really disliked the way Thomas kept throwing his mistress in Aimee's face. He comes across as an idiot when Aimee sees him going into his mistress' chambers with her and then gets mad at AIMEE when she gets upset. I could do without all the mistress plots but they are in all Cynthia Wright books. Other than that Thomas is a great hero and Aimee is a lovable heroine. The story keeps your attention throughout the whole book. I would definitely recommend it!