Only for You

Narrated by: Ruth Urquhart
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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Hannah Howell spins lush, romantic stories that sparkle with intrigue and passion. Now, she gives us her most exciting novel yet: a medieval tale set on the untamed Scottish border, where a man and a woman risk their hearts on the stormy battlefield of love.

As wild as the rugged north country where she was raised, Saxan Honey Todd has sworn to avenge the murder of her twin brother. Recklessly, she gallops across the English countryside in pursuit of the man she believes to be his murderer: Botolf, Earl of Regenford.

As hard and unyielding as the armor he wears in battle, Botolf is irresistibly drawn to the impetuous beauty who has come to wage war with him. Saxan stirs his passion to the point of madness...but to love her would be madness indeed.

Now, as a desperate enemy stalks him and the greensward runs with innocent blood, Botolf brings Saxan to his castle...as his bride. But Saxan needs more: to fight by Botolf's side and triumph over the danger that surrounds them - as the beloved mistress of his very heart and soul.

Contains mature themes.

©1995 Hannah Howell (P)2018 Tantor

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Was this an earlier script for Highland Captive?

I was very disappointed with this book after the heart and camaraderie I felt with the characters in the preceding book, Highland Captive. It seemed like a pale shadow of that one without the heart of the author being in it. I can not help it. If I had not traded out my limits of books this year, this one would be traded. As it is, I shall delete it from my library. I have been very disappointed. Don't waste a credit on this book. IMO.