Widow's Peak




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ISBN Print: 978-1-60154-587-9
Page Count: 192
Word Count: 52634


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When a handsome young man falls from your tree, what can a lady do but take him home, fix him up, and fall in love.

If you're an assassin on the run, do you risk your life for a chance at happiness? Or do you pass up the love of your life?

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Excerpt:

"Master de la Vierre?"

"Please enter, my lady."

She carried his cleaned boots and surprised him when she knelt down to help him pull them on. Most noble ladies would not soil their hands this way. This simple kindness made him want to know more of her.

She looked up and smiled. She had taken off the apron and the yellow of her simple linen gown framed her face, making her skin seem to glow.

He wanted to reach out and stroke her cheek, but decorum restrained him. He could not recall a more beautiful woman than the one kneeling before him.

"There, now." She stood, extending her arm. "Would you like to try to walk with me?"

Laine smiled as he looked into her pale brown eyes. "Yes, my lady. I think I would like that very much."

She helped him from the chair, and he took her arm. They took a few tentative steps and then walked to the door and back before he was too tired to continue. His side and legs ached by the time she sat him at the small table.

"You did well," she chimed. "We will do more anon." She reached out and touched his shoulder. "You rest and I shall bring you some dinner."

As she closed the door behind her, Laine thought her unlike any lady of the court. She was a step above in both manner and beauty. Sir Thomas de Barnard had been a very lucky man indeed.




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