The Oath Trilogy
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As the new castellan, Sir Nicholas Beringar has the daunting
task of rebuilding Ravenmoor Castle on the Scottish border
and gaining the trust of the locals-one of whom wastes no
time in trying to rob him. Instead of punishing the boy,
Nicholas decides to make him his squire. Little does he know
the thieving young lad is really...a lady.
Lady Elizabet Armstrong had donned a disguise in an attempt
to free her brother from Ravenmoor's dungeons. Although
intimidated by the confident Englishman with his well-honed
muscles and beguiling eyes, she cannot refuse his offer.
Nicholas senses that his new squire is not what he seems.
His gentle attempts to break through the boy's defenses
leave Elizabet powerless to stem the desire that engulfs
her. And when the truth is exposed, she'll have to trust in
Nicholas's honor to help her people-and to surrender to his
5 comments posted.
Re: An Oath Taken
For those people who are really special in my life, I
usually knit something for them - be it anything from a
scarf set up to something as elaborate as a shawl or an item
of clothing, if I know their size. I also try to make it
either in their favorite color, or in a color that I know
they love to wear a lot, so I know it will get a lot of use
as well. I love to make these items, and know that they
love to receive them as well. I can tell by the look in
their eyes when they open the package!! Have a wonderful
Christmas, and all the best to you in the upcoming New
(Peggy Roberson 10:13am December 10, 2014)
My sincere thanks for stopping by and sharing how you knit for those who are special in your life. Your thoughtfulness toward the person's preference of color makes your gift extra special.
When I grew up, my grandma always made me socks, mittens, and hats. I still have a few, and I cherish each and every one. Every time I put one of her knitted items on, I think of her and get misty eyed. No doubt the lucky recipients will cherish your gifts as well.
Take care, and may your Christmas and New Year be filled with friendship, laughter, and blessings.
(Diana Cosby 2:25pm December 10, 2014)
First, I want to thank you for your service.
I like to do embroidery work so I did 6 pillow cases and about
10 dishtowels for Christms for my family.
(Leona Olson 7:41pm December 10, 2014)
(Diana Cosby 1:55pm December 11, 2014)
Thank you for stopping by Fresh Fiction and taking time to read my article and post. Your support to our troops is deeply appreciated. Embroidery is amazing and a delicate art. Your family is lucky to have your heart-felt gifts.
My aunt used to do embroidery, and I'm thankful to have a couple pillowcases that she did for me. I've never tried embroidery, but I enjoy cross stitch. :)
Enjoy your holiday, and may your New Year be the best yet!
(Diana Cosby 2:01pm December 11, 2014)
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