The Chase (Deed, Book 3)

The Chase (Deed, Book 3)

Lynsay Sands

"It wasn't her first selection, for Seonaid Dunbar had, like her brother, been informed as a Scottish warrior at her father's knee; yet fleeing to an abbey used to be basically most appropriate to whacking on Blake Sherwell together with her sword -- which she'd fortunately do ahead of marriage ceremony the guy. No, she'd no longer stroll weakly to the slaughter, dutifully pledge troth to someone the English court docket known as ""Angel."" reasonable hair and eyes as blue because the heavens hardly ever proved a man's worthy. there has been no such factor as an English angel; in basic terms English devils. And there have been many ways to elude a devilish suitor, even person who King Henry ordered her to wed.

No, the subsequent Countess of Sherwell was once no longer sitting at domestic in her fort as Blake proposal: embroidering, peacefully expecting him to reach. She used to be fleeing to a brand new stronghold and readying her defenses. Swords and drowsing drafts, Claymores and kisses. This conflict will require all weapons--if he ever stuck her. And the Chase used to be approximately to begin.


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