By Kathryn Le Veque.
We start this book on the Scottish boarders in the year 1231. There are almost constant skirmishes between the English and the Scots.
William De Wolfe is the man the Scottish have come to dread, but after the latest battle he is lying gravely injured. An angel in the form of a Scottish lass treats his injury instead of finishing him off.
Months later the English King , Henry in an effort to make peace orders one of his Border Earls to take the daughter of the clan chief Laird Scott as his bride.
Jordan is terrified to go to England and live among the people who have always been the enemy, but knows it is for the good of all the boarder clans. The Earl of Teviot is an old widower and has no real desire to marry again, but must obey his King. He sends the Captian of his household The Wolfe to clan Scott to fetch his bride. Once William sees who is to be the new bride to his Lord, a man who is almost a father to him he is torn. He desires Jordan more than any woman but he is a very loyal knight . He can´t bear to betray his Lord.
Although Jordan worries what her life is to be like, she begins to trust The Wolfe will never hurt her.
This is a truly epic book . Some might say it is too long but every page is needed to get the whole of the story. The story is full of emotion and so rich in the history you feel as if you are there. There is much more than one love story here. The secondary characters are very involved in lives of the hero and heroine. So many strong but gentle men and intelligent and strong women.
I have read many of Kathryn´s books and never been disappointed , and I will read many more.
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