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Pages: 242

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: 1 edition (2 April 2015)

By: B.E. Brown (Author), Celecia A. Gallagher (Contributor), Anna D. Sibbett (Contributor), Bobbie J. Brown (Cover Design) 1 more

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“:LaVet stumbled as his eyes caught hers, and surprise over took any other emotion she could have been feeling at that moment…:”: ~LaVet sat in the rambling carriage, feeling mawkish as she looked longingly out at her father and brother riding their stallions in the warm sunlight. ~She hated being laced up in a new dress…: hated the dark interior of her father’:s carriage…:hated being tossed and jostled as they traveled…: hated each bump, each breath, and each step of the horses’: hooves that took her closer to the end of everything she knew. Towards Lord Leighton, the man she was to marry. A man she had never met. ~LaVet had been given away: an arrangement made to suit both parties and supposedly end a feud that had lasted several generations. How could she, a girl better suited to sword and horseback than needlepoint and etiquette, be expected to find happiness in this domestic arrangement? ~Will LaVet be doomed to the same type of loveless marriage and pale existence to which her sister had been condemned? Was duty and honor all that life held for her? Or could she, by some miracle…: find love?

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