Haroun became infamous throughout 12th century Europe for his skill at combat, only rivaled by his notoriety as the land's favorite killer-for-hire. Haroun's actions have gained him everything he's ever desired. But after years of killing without question, he begins to follow his conscience after meeting Gabriella. Gabriella of Mordo, daughter to a powerful ruler, was to be married to a stranger, but has shunned the life of a lady, instead studying warfare and combat with the goal to fight in the Crusades. After fleeing her father's castle to secretly join the fight against the Moors, Gabriella meets Haroun, and are soon caught up in dangerous intrigue. Forced together to survive, they discover a kinship of spirit and a surprising, intense desire. Can love thrive when loyalties are divided?
©2017 Tru Nobilis Publishing (P)2017 Tru Nobilis Publishing
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1 out of 5 stars
By Fairbairn on 23-04-17

Not what I thought. Romantic drivel. Not an historical novel.

Schmitz. Very poor characterisations too. Plot weak at best. Very disappointed. I thought it was going to be a novel set in crusades with historical accuracy and a plot line those PaulDoherty writes

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4 out of 5 stars
By reema on 28-04-17

"superb reader, excellent story"

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This was a well researched, intimate, and human account of a historic moment. i loved every bit of it.

Which character – as performed by Lindsey Dorcus – was your favorite?

Really enjoyed the story. Had moments when the narrator's interpretation of a character slightly distracted me, he was good overall.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There are quite a few characters but they were all extremely well written and developed. I loved reading about Gabriella and Haroun. It was so realistic

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3 out of 5 stars
By Marcheta on 02-10-17

Couldn't really rate story - reader too annoying

The reader just didn't go with the story. I would have preferred a reader with a British accent. The American accent was just GRATING. I'll try reading the story instead.

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