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Publication Date: 2009
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Seonaid Dunbar had, like her brother, been trained as a Scottish warrior at her father's knee; but fleeing to an abbey was clearly preferable to whacking on Blake Sherwell with her sword - which she'd happily do before wedding the man. No, she'd not walk weakly to the slaughter. There were many ways to elude a devilish suitor, even one that King Henry ordered her to wed.
Historical RomanceFrom the Back Cover:
Let the chase begin!
Fleeing to an abbey isn’t reallySeonaid Dunbar’s first choice. She’d been trained alongside her brother as a Scottish warrior at her father’s knee. But runningwas preferable to wedding Blake Sherwell, a man the English court calls “the Angel.” Seonaid knows there are no English angels,only English devils—and more than one way to elude a devilish suitor, even if King Henry himself has ordered her to marry him.
Blake believed the next countess of Sherwellwould be sitting at home—embroideringperhaps—as she eagerly awaited his arrival.Instead, she is hiding behind the wallsof a new stronghold and readying herdefenses. To win this battle of wills,Blake will need every weapon at his disposal:swords, sleeping drafts, claymores,sweet words, and passionate kisses. But he has to catch her first . . .
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