Knights Treasure

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 214 pages
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The Black Wolf of Wales, Ryan Black, a seasoned knight known for his strength and stealth on the battlefield stalks and abducts a young maiden whose father is wanted on treason against the crown. The young maiden, Rebecca Garwood, does not allow the Black Wolf to take her without a fight. But she knows her father's cruel vices all to well, and reluctantly accepts her fate, knowing it is futile to escape the very man who makes her feel safe in his hard embrace.

The two become increasingly attracted to each other but are forcibly separated by the deceit of others, but not before they forge a link that will bind them for all eternity. Rebecca flees to the safety of her ancestral home to escape her father's vindictive marriage plans for her, only to find the truth about her parents that were hidden behind the dark secrets of the past. Meanwhile, Ryan has to face Rebecca's father in a battle to the death. Disillusioned and wanting to escape the horror and shame, he goes to visit his cousins in Normandy, trying to distance himself from the woman he could never have. But the further they travel away from each other, the more that invisible bond encircles them in an unbreakable dynasty of the Knights Treasure.

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About the author (2003)

Kimberly Bird is a member of the Metis Nation and resides in Alberta, Canada with her husband and three daughters. She is an avid reader, and enjoys most literature especially historical fiction, which is the inspiration to her own story writing.

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