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Fleeing after an attack on her homeland, Lady Sabine finds sanctuary on the shores of southern England, praying that her family reaches her before her foes. When Sir Darrick of Lockwood shows up, Sabine is not willing to trust the knight, though he may be her last hope.
In 15th Century England, alliances can be deadly for a Knight of the Swan. Especially those made in the heat of passion . . .
Fleeing for her life after a savage attack on her homeland, Lady Sabine of Clearmorrow finds sanctuary on the windswept shores of southern England, praying that her family reaches her before her foes. When Sir Darrick of Lockwood shows up in a swirl of raging wildfires, Sabine is not willing to trust the dark knight, though he may be her last hope. And when she learns of his urgent quest to locate his sister, she realizes she may be his, too.
Lady Sabine is the last woman who saw his beloved sister alive, which is the only reason Darrick demands she join him on the perilous journey to bring Elizabeth home. But even as he shelters Sabine from their powerful enemies—and savors the sweet passion between them—he wonders if the brave beauty will bring him all that he desires, or draw him deeper into danger.
Sabine and Darrick experience some dangerous adventures to find truth, love, and family. It is a bumpy ride, but I did not want to stop reading. Sabine learned to be independent to protect herself, and I loved that strength. The chemistry between Darrick and Sabine is quick though they doubt their feelings. There are a lot of obstacles from different directions that keep the story interesting.
I received a copy of this story through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.