Johanna is a girl who once had an abusive husband. When she found out the he died she was full of relief and the last thing that she wanted was to be married again. Her brother realized this, but also realized that she needed to marry. She is given in marrage to Gabriel McBain, a handsom Scot whom she fears for no other reason then that she does not trust any man save her brother. She does marry him however, because both he and her brother convince her that the King would have her marry anyway.
The King of England wants total power and control. He acheved most of what he accomplished with the help of his two most trusted Barons, Johanna's husband being one of them. He is suspicious of her from the start but considers her to be just a usless woman and so convinces himself that she would be no harm to him.
Durring their marriage Gabriel and Johanna come closer together and learn to love each other. And although Gabriel never told her that he loves her Johanna realizes that he does. But the thing that most terrifies her threatens that bond that they share and when she is faced with it, will she be able to survive?
The review of this Book prepared by M. Andrews
After surving an abusive marriage, the heroine Johanna is pursuaded by her brother Nicholas into marriage with Gabriel McBain - a fearless and respected laird of a Highland clan.
This book examines the evolving relationship between Johanna and Gabriel from distrust and indifference to one of love and trust.
It also examines the relationship between families, and even the make-up of families.
The review of this Book prepared by Jo
When Lady Johanna learns that her husband has died, she rejoices since he was abusive. But when King John demends that she remarrie, her beloved foster brither suggests she wed his friend the handsome Scottish warrior Gabriel MacBain. As the pairs love blossoms, a royal intrigrue threatens to tear her from his side and destroy the man she has come to love.
The review of this Book prepared by Helena