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Patrick de Wolfe is every bit his father's son - cunning, intelligent, and ruthless. An enormous man with his father's dark hair and his mother's pale green eyes, he's the man destined to lead William de Wolfe's great legacy. He is so great, in fact, that the king has personally asked for his service, as one of the king's personal body guards. On the eve of Patrick departing for this auspicious assignment, he finds himself caught up in a skirmish along the Scots border.
And a prize lands in his lap that will change his destiny.
A prize in the form of a Scots captive harboring a deadly and important secret, one that could bring war and destruction upon those who shelter her. When Brighton “Bridey” de Favereux is rescued by the powerful English knight, she is taken back to the massive fortress of Questing Castle, seat of the legendary de Wolfe family. Having known nothing but hardship and cruelty her entire life, she is surprised when they are kind to her. The English, who are supposed to be her mortal enemy, are gracious and generous. For the first time, she understands that people can be kind to each other.
And the kindest one of all is the man who saved her.
Some loves are unexpected while others are instantly realized. The love between Patrick and Brighton is something that comes from a deeper place of understanding and attraction, a powerful love that cannot be denied… but it is a love that may cost them both their very lives when Bridey's terrible secret is uncovered.
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By Virginia on 05-09-17
Wish I could give it 100 stars!
Nighthawk was blessed to have such a wise father as William de Wolfe. A lot of lessons can be learned with this one. True love never dies. Brad Wills knows how to capture the sense of removal of your normal daily grind. Let him! It will lift you up as nothing else can.
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By Cam on 10-08-17
Not one of my favorites
I Love Le Veque books however this one in particular let me down. The love was firmly in place quickly and following book one it really fell short developing any qualities that would make the heroine lovable. She had nothing to provoke the love and devotion from the hero except her beauty. In book one the heroine was a spitfire and fought like a man and was opinionated and strong and here the heroine is the exact opposite. I lost interest completely once they married and all that is left for the next 3 hours will be eliminating the villain. My recommendation is to read book one and stop.
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