But David is a force to be reckoned with. Lightning-fast with a sword, he is a knight of the highest order and worthy of his own great legacy. And so, the story of David de Lohr, the knight with the heart of steel, begins.
Frustrated that he is living in the shadow of his older brother, politics and personal differences with his brother see David strike out on his own, finding his way in a world wrought with danger. At a grand feast given at Windsor Castle, David meets the daughter of the Earl of Canterbury. Emilie de Nerra Hampton is a lovely slip of a woman with flashing blue eyes and hair the color of spun gold. David is smitten with her but he's not the only one. He has competition, a man from another very fine house, the legendary House of Hage, the ancient rulers of the Southern Mercia.
Separated from his brother, and pursuing Emilie, David uncovers a plot that could destroy the entire kingdom, including his brother. He finds himself forming a strange alliance with the House of Hage in order to uncover the plot and stop it before it's too late, but his distraction with Emilie and her rambunctious sisters prove to be a great distraction. It's politics, mystery, passion, and chaos for David and Emilie as they try to find their way in a world that would see the two lovers torn apart.
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By Robbin Blackmon on 02-03-18
After listening to the first book about Christopher David’s brother I had high hope for David’s story only to find it was pretty much a repeat of the same story. David’s life could’ve been woven in to the one book. Also in Christopher’s story the Prince escaped but the Sheriff was killed by Chris. In David’s story the Sheriff escaped with the Prince. There was one other discrepancy but it’s not coming to me.
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By Virginia on 13-08-16
This is filled with so much emotion that I cried, laughed and everything in between. I love Kathryn Le Veque. What a brain that woman has. So well written. The Narriator did a great job with the exception of a couple of places that were repeated. It did not take away from the story.
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