England 1100 A.D.
A Norman warrior—seeking land not love.
A Saxon good-faith hostage—seeking only freedom.
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Sir Branoc Valtaigne, ordered to Northumbria By King William II, fights to keep peace along the Scottish border. A formidable battle-tested warrior, he honors his vows to God, king, and country, but a young woman’s smile may prove to be his undoing.
Martanzia Verheire, tricked into standing as good faith hostage for Flanders, seeks freedom from castle Bamburgh and love from Sir Branoc. As she clings to the Celtic dragon statue given to her by her mother, she leads them all to the brink of an era where true magic will be gone forever but where dreams can still come true.
A masterful job of plot and character development /Between the Lines
This is an ENCHANTING story!/The Long and Short Review
Rifkin is immensely knowledgeable about the story’s time period/ Romantic Times Book Reviews