Chapter One "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest. Whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure; if there be any virtue… think on these things. The warrior stood in the center of the desolate courtyard, his hands roped together and tied to a post behind his back. His expression was devoid of emotion as he stared straight ahead, outwardly ignoring his enemy.
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There are more than thirty-six million copies of her books in print. Madelyne took a deep breath, trying to calm herself.
She told herself she was just too distraught to think clearly. She decided she still needed to hear his denial. Duncan walked over to Madelyne. He took hold of her satchel and threw it to his squire. She had her answer then. Madelyne stared up at Duncan, watched him swiftly mount, and then extend his hand down to her. Madelyne began to back away. God help her, she was going to defy him.
In truth, she believed she preferred death to humiliation. She was more frightened of the stallion than she was of the baron. Madelyne was sadly lacking in her education, and possessed none of the most basic riding skills. Memories of very young days, when Louddon had used those few riding lessons as a tool to inflict submission, still visited her on occasion. As a fully grown woman, she realized her fears were unreasonable, yet the fretful child inside her still rebelled with stubborn, illogical fright.
She took another step back. Without a thought as to where she was going, Madelyne turned and walked away. She was trembling so much, she stumbled several times.
Panic was building inside until she was almost blinded by it, yet she kept her gaze directed or the ground and continued on, one determined step at a time.
What will you get if you decide to read this book? Wonderful writing 3. A fierce warrior for a hero 4. A herione that has great character 5. Wonderful writing - Julie Garwood has an amazing style. How ever good the stroy was, how great the characters were, the best thing in this whole book was the writing.
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