Returning home triumphant from the Crusades, Dominic le Sabre is determined to claim the bride promised to him by the king, but the high-born Celtic beauty is equally determined to resist him.
I could barely get through this book. The tension between the couple was just not there. And the wording was just weird. I didn't feel any connection between the the couple, it needed more detail when they were together, I didn't even get to hear what the lords face looked like so how could i picture him? And when the author used detail she used it in all the wrong places. I just didn't like this book at all, it's a miracle I got through it.
By Mrs. Songz
iRead this in 7th grade & vowed that once iWas old enough, I'd buy this book. That was 2002, now its 2012, this book is a classic. The story is beautifully woven & my favorite of the trilogy. This book is one of the few romance novels iNever get tired of (& trust me iHave read alot). Thank you Elizabeth Lowell for this intriguing story & unforgettable characters.