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Guardian of Darkness by Kathryn Le Veque
Publisher & Release Date: Dragonblade Publishing, January 4, 2014
Time and setting: 1200, England
Genre: Historical Romance/Medieval Romance
Length: 374 pages
Heat Level: 1 Scorching Hot Flame
Rating: 5 Gold Crowns
1200 A.D. – After decades of warring between the Lairds of Kerr and Prudhoe Castle in Northumbria, a tentative peace is reached. The Lady Carington Kerr is sent to Prudhoe as a hostage to ensure her father’s good behavior, and a more reluctant hostage there never was.
Small and dark, with emerald eyes and a luscious figure, she is as gorgeous as she is fiery. Enter Sir Creed de Reyne; a gentle giant of a man, he is, by nature, calm and wise. He is the ice to Carington’s fire. As Carington resists the attempts to keep her in her English prison, Creed is placed in charge of the captive…
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