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Knights to remember...Fantasies are made up of knights in shining armor. males whose ferocity in conflict was once tempered via a code of chivalry...whose passions introduced them to their knees earlier than the ladies they desired...whose loyalty and honor by no means wavered--and whose vows have been by no means broken. those are the boys of our dreams--and now you'll find them in 4 breathtaking Medieval stories through brand new such a lot acclaimed writers of ancient romance...A Knight's Vow that includes: "The traveler" by way of Lynn Kurland "The Minstrel" via Patricial Potter "The Bachelor Knight" by way of Deborah Simmons "The Siege" by means of Glynnis Campbell
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If he had some major flaw, it was best she know about it now. "I'm not overly wealthy," he said, looking amused. "I have too many scars from battle. Or perhaps 'tis I was waiting for the Future to spew you back at me. " Before she could find any good response to that, he had kissed her again and then was leading her back to the chapel, still shaking his head and smiling. What else could she do but the same? seven P r e N v i o e x u s T o p t William stood in the shadows of the trees and looked at the keep before him.
Seven P r e N v i o e x u s T o p t William stood in the shadows of the trees and looked at the keep before him. He realized with wry amusement that he'd stood in the same place the day before, staring in much the same way, but with far different thoughts. He'd wanted his keep, to be certain, but he'd been driven to action by thoughts of the manly comforts of a warm fire, a well-manned garrison, and lists for his pleasure. Odd how the passage of a single day could change a heart so. He still wanted his keep, of course, and lists for himself and his garrison, but added to that was the thought of hearth and home for a wife and children—one wife in particular, that is.
That thought was enough to push her over the edge. To think he had done something that perilous and could discuss it so casually was astounding. So she made the only response she could. "Hic," she said. " "Ah, by the saints," he said with a half laugh. " He sighed and dragged his free hand through his hair. "Saints, but I cannot think of it now. " He shook his head. "Nay, lady. " she asked. " And then she clapped her hand over her mouth on the pretense of trying to stop her hiccups. In reality, it was the only way she could stop the words that seemed to be spewing out of her mouth without her permission.