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HaBO: Bees and the Family Jewels

Help a Bitch OutThis request comes from Aurora, who remembers a few things about a book, and these things are all… well, just read on: 

On the library shelves between Judith Krantz and Anne McCaffrey lies a historical romance set in Scotland. The hero and heroine were childhood enemies of a fierce and devilish nature, so horrible that the youthful feud culminated in her tying a jar of bees? wasps? to his family jewels (which supposedly results in his sterility, but I think he does end up having a baby with the heroine.)

The heroine comes back to the homeplace and of course they fall in angsty soulmate love. There was a lurid inside cover, but I can't for the life of me recall their names or anything else…

Please help!

Wow. She'd have to do some serious groveling for that one. Anyone recall this book? 

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  1. 1
    Kirsty says:

    Was it Arnette Lamb, Border Bride? That strikes a bell in my memory somehow.

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    Liz H. says:

    How did she manage to get it tied on there? “Hey, look over there.” “What? I don’t see anything. “Nope, but in the meantime, I’ve pulled your pants down (lifted your kilt?) and attached a jar of bees to your balls without you feeling a thing. Top that Houdini.”
    Someone needs to ID this book, because I need to read this.

    Captcha: numbers39- Counting the bees perhaps?

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    Cathy says:

    OMG – the PW review on Amazon for Border Bride is hysterical. I might have to read a book where the heroine has “come-to-me sauce”.

    That’s got to be it, because I can’t imagine there are two books that have a girl opening a jar of wasps under a man’s toga (if there are, the second ought to be checked for plagiarism).

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    Aurora says:

    It *IS* Border Bride!!!! Huzzah!!!

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    Kirsty says:

    Yay! I can’t remember to take my grocery list to the store, but I can remember bees in a toga in a romance novel! Though, come to think of it that would be far more memorable than yogurt, broccoli & cheez-its.

    But I didn’t remember the come-to-me sauce. (In the book or on the grocery list.)

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    azteclady says:

    That’s two for two today—there must be titles! The Bitchery needs more peeresses!

    (your captcha is incredibly prescient: provide38 peeresses)

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    SB Sarah says:

    It has been a Royally productive Saturday! WOO!

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    Johanna J says:

    I knew this one! Border Bride by the late great Arnette Lamb! Loved this one and it is on my kerper shelf!

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    Elemental says:

    Anyone else think of Nicholas Cage in the remake of “The Wicker Man” when they read that?

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