Can love unshackle the tyranny of hatred?
During the turbulent years following the conquest of England in 1066, loyalties are divided and danger abounds. For a knight in disguise and a lady who must hide her true identity, love flourishes, but trust is more painfully won.
On Sale: February 24, 2009
Featuring: Rosamund of Hendsmille; Dagan
Mass Market Paperback
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His love could heal her heart.
After Norman raiders killed her family and confiscated their
holdings, Rosamund of Hendsmille dressed as a lad and
dreamed of revenge. But even roughly chopped hair and
breeches could not disguise her extraordinary beauty. Soon
she was in a more urgent kind of danger—until an injured
stranger rode into her life and taught her to trust again.
Her tears could bring him to his knees.
He became her shadow, her fierce protector, her lover, but
even as he won her heart, Dagan feared that he could never
keep it. As a warrior, he would fight to have the woman he’d
claimed as his own. But when she realized that the loyalty
he’d sworn to her belonged equally to the king she loathed,
would she relinquish her hatred to save their love?
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