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"Ms. Becnel creates the most intriguing characters and infuses them with fiery personalities and quick minds." —The Literary Times
Posted September 6, 2001
I was drawn to this book after reading the back cover. The intensity of the setting drew me, with the Welsh threatened by strained relations between their own people and faced with the arrival of the hated Englishmen. Their leader, Rand, only wants to do as his king has commanded and forge a peaceful existence among the Welsh people. Thinking that uniting their two powerful Welsh families is their only chance to rout the enemy from their lands, Josselyn's uncle reluctantly offers her hand in marriage to Owain, a cruel, selfish brute of a man. As much as Josselyn detests the idea, her loyalty and love for her people stirs her to look for any other possible way to achieve the same end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 29, 2011
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