Alwyn is forced to marry Fulk, after the king kills her father for being a traitor, and gives the Baroncy and castle Morlaix to Fulk. He is a knight at heart and is rarely at home. He also doesn't believe the child Alwyn has is his. He distrust her but can't get enough of her. After he is held as a captive by Alwyn's cousin, whom says he loves, he gets ransomed and she pays for him with everything Morlaix has. She also defends the castle from the Earl of Chester while he is gone. Then he finally comes home and drives off the Earl of Chester's men. After much war he finally realizes his feeling for her and her for him. He also realises the baby is his.
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The review of this Book prepared by Astrid
After the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror gives his knight Fulk de Jobourg ownership of Castle Morlaix in Wales and orders him to marry its heiress, Lady Alwyn Lesneven. Her father was hanged for treason, and Fulk put in control of the lands, so Alwyn, quite naturally, is not pleased to be commanded to marry him. Her villians fears William's and Falk's wrath, so they truss her up and deliver her to the altar. Fauk is disappointed his bride has to be wed in this manner, but does his duty. Then he promptly leaves her to go hunt rebel Welsh. It is a series a hardships, pains and struggles, with Alwyn making all sorts of mistakes, but eventually Falk and Alywn must face their lives together...with her continually thwarting his power and yet, she is unable to fight her growing need for him.
The review of this Book prepared by DeborahAnne MacGillivray