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The Knight and the Raven (A Medieval Romance)

Windsor, Linda

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ISBN 10: 0821745263 / ISBN 13: 9780821745267
Published by Zebra Books, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1994
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Title: The Knight and the Raven (A Medieval Romance...

Publisher: Zebra Books, New York, NY, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Paperback Printing.

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Offered as a prize to the enemy after her countrymen are defeated in battle, Welsh beauty Branwen disguises herself as a man and runs off to London, where she falls in with Wolf, a mercenary willing to protect her--for a price. Original.


Enroute to London to marry Ulric of Kent, the man chosen for her by the King, Branwen ap Caradoc's family entourage is brutally attacked and all but she and her aunt are massacred. Seeing the dress and color's of her future husband on the attackers, Branwen is convinced he is responsible for the deaths of her parents, friends and servants. Vowing to continue her journey if only to kill Ulric by her own hand, Branwen dresses as a boy and continues on. While accepting the temporary shelter of some monks, Branwen meets Wolf, a mercenary who befriends her and decides to accompany her to London. Unknown to her, Wolf if really Ulric of Kent, whose intention was to meet his betrothed on the journey to London and get to know her before the wedding. Understanding Branwen's pain and anger, yet knowing he was not responsible for the attack, Wolf keeps silent about his identity. When she finally learns the two men are the same, Branwen is torn between her love for Wolf and her distrust for Ulric of Kent. Only when the two must fight their common enemy, and rescue each other from his clutches, are they free to love without reservation.Ms. Windsor brings the harsh realities of medieval life to life in every detail! From tragedy comes triumph and a love everlasting for the knight and the raven! Ms. Windsor pulls her characters emotions from deep down, leaving you breathless with anticipation!Claire Haynes -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times

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