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By Christina Dodd

"*She can't probability break . . . *

Once the Duchess of Cleere, woman Edlyn is now a widow. After anguish a humiliating scandal, she is compelled to take shelter in an abbey, the place she makes use of her talents as an herbalist to heal injured infantrymen. while she's requested to are inclined to the injuries of a knight who's in hiding, she's surprised to find he's none except Hugh de Florisoun—the guy she has wanted for years. but she understands surrendering to the temptation he offers might be her final downfall.

*For an evening of ardour . . . *

Renowned for his prowess at the battlefield, Lord Hugh de Florisoun by no means imagined the day could come that he'd see the attractive, subtle woman Edlyn operating as a typical peasant—and in a nunnery, no much less. His craving for her burns as strongly as ever. yet Edlyn scorns all his advances. someway Hugh needs to be able to unencumber her heart—before secrets and techniques from either one of their pasts jeopardize any likelihood for a destiny together.

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Glancing up, he noticed it for the first time, the mist of the clouds and the sparkle of the stars she'd created. The moon drifted away like an errant balloon, getting smaller and smaller until it popped against the side of the freighter wall and left only ugly gray metal, a crisscrossing of beams. " she managed. "You had the horses running, but without touching the floor. You prefer the deeper, quieter places of the ocean. The louder it got, the more panicked you looked. " Still keeping one hand on her, he reached into the waterproof sack from which he'd drawn the orange and came out with a square of paper cloth.

And claim was the right word, for hers parted in mindless surrender. His tongue found hers, tasted, tangled. Taking his time, he left nothing unexplored, even tracing the scar furrows on the roof of her mouth and the moist insides of her cheeks. Rather than causing him to withdraw, those discoveries just made him slow his pace, stroke her even more languorously with his clever tongue. His lips were so firm that she put her hand up to wondrously feel the way they fit over hers. The thin film of wet heat just inside made her fingers slip, tease the corner of his mouth.

As they moved into a more open area, David fell back and went up, wanting to survey a wider scope of their surroundings, see more attack points. She flicked a sidelong glance at him as he changed position but said nothing. The others had probably employed similar tactics. She seemed unconcerned with his movements, but dropped lower, so she became nothing more than a mundane sea creature making her way along the seafloor, brushing close to reefs when they were provided, minimizing her open exposure.

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