Lizanne Balmaine has spent years honing her skills at arms, determined she will never again be at the mercy of any man. When she comes face to face with the one who stole her future, she seizes the opportunity to exact revenge. Soon he is her prisoner, at her mercy. But something is different about him, something that makes her question her purpose. Is it possible a man can be so changed? More, can she right the wrong that could lay ruin to her family?
She was a question never before asked of him.
Ranulf Wardieu does not seek a bride, nor a settling of scores when his mission for the king places him in the path of a beguiling, raven-haired maiden. But fascination turns to fury when she imprisons him. Accused of wrongdoing, the nature of which she refuses to reveal, he discovers the lady is as skilled at wielding a sword as she is at verbal sparring. When he bests her at her game and his jailer becomes his captive, he is determined to learn what wrong he has done her. However, as they engage in a battle of wits and wills and he glimpses her woman's heart, he discovers Lizanne is a question never before asked of him - one his own jaded heart refuses to answer.
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By Lady M on 24-03-15
Thinking Out Of The Box
Tamara Leigh's story about revenge is not your cookie cutter historical romance. It is about a Lady who for years prepares, by honing her warrior skills, to avenge the wrongs carried out against her family; and to protect herself from being ravaged by men. Without considering the ramifications of her actions to her family and home she imprisons a peer of the realm; the man she holds responsible for the attach on her family and her person. A man held in esteem by the king.
Great performance by Mary Sarah Ogliotta.
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By Unknown on 05-10-15
Not my favorite
You can tell that to author wrote this in a different time in her life. Although it was clean, I felt her hero lacked strong moral character. There was little to no conviction on God and faith, And the beginning of lizanne action seamed silly and actually annoying through the first half of the story. However it did pick up but it lacked the thorough creative story line that her faith series held. Sometimes there was things her charecheter did that had no purpose. This is not typical of Leigh's writing, so I was a little disappointed. In the end it was an entertaining read. I may read another in this series or skip it.
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