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The Dragon Tree
     

The Dragon Tree

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by Marsha Canham
 
Formerly in print as My Forever Love, this is the story of a Templar Knight who became disillusioned with the church and with the crown. Banished to England by King Richard, he lives a life of solitude in an isolated castle in the middle of the darkest forest. He finds Amaranth near death in the wood. She is running from a brutal past and seeks sanctuary within the

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Formerly in print as My Forever Love, this is the story of a Templar Knight who became disillusioned with the church and with the crown. Banished to England by King Richard, he lives a life of solitude in an isolated castle in the middle of the darkest forest. He finds Amaranth near death in the wood. She is running from a brutal past and seeks sanctuary within the castle walls. Their lives become entwined as they must now race to change the destiny of a king.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015004397
Publisher:
Marsha Canham
Publication date:
07/25/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
221,790
File size:
717 KB

Meet the Author

Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, I now live 5 months out of the year in sunny Orlando, FLA, thus avoiding all that cold white stuff that falls out of the sky *s*

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The Dragon Tree 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
JudiRohrig More than 1 year ago
A former Knight Templar, exiled because he couldn't sink into a savage killing machine, Ciaran Tamberane drags a half-dead young woman, Amaranth, back to his castle. She's really running to escape a brutal husband just as Ciaran is running from facing the rest of his life. But who saves whom? Once again, Marsha Canham delivers on what she is deft at: weaving one fine cloth of a story. Of particular note is the character of Marak, Ciaran's friend. THE DRAGON TREE is a quick read, but only because the story is compelling and the action genuinely edge-of-the-chair.
Romancier More than 1 year ago
So well done! My only "problem" was that the book was too short and needed more plot details as I did not want it to end. This novel had one of the most erotic (yet realistic) love scenes I have ever read--and I have read hundreds (probably thousands) of romance novels. This is was sweet story of two flawed characters (along with a rag-tag group of secondary characters) who needed redemption while fighting demons of the past. Altough I have read a few stories with similar plotlines (a la Lyn Kurland's This is All I Ask), The Dragon Trees was far superior in conveying emotion and struggle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a fantastic story of good over evil! I loved every page. Good job. Read and enjoy the magic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the 4th book I have read by Ms Canham. The story does not lag and the historical references are informative.
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