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Leisure, Dec 2004, 6.99
In 1395 King Richard II orders Blake “Angel” Sherwell to wed his warrior-trained betrothed Seonid Dunbar. Reluctantly Blake heads to Scotland to marry the woman he has avoided. However, at his Scottish destination instead of finding an embroidering mate at the castle, Lord Dunbar greets Blake with the news that Seonid fled for the nearby St. Simmians monastery where the nuns have given her sanctuary.
An irate frustrated Blake heads to St. Simmians where he captures his bride only to have her escape. As he gives chase seemingly all over Scotland, he finds Seonid's courage and resourcefulness enticing. Soon he is intoxicated with wanting Seonid as his wife as he has fallen in love with his warrior bride. Seonid is also in love with her beautiful looking pursuer as he has made the cat and mouse game quite exhilarating and fun leading her to believe that this man might prove to be her equal.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner