Thorne Falconer swore he'd do anything to overcome his humble beginnings, even arrange a marriage for his wealthy lord. Martine of Rouen, the promised bride, has strong aspirations of her own, but agrees to wed to keep her family holdings intact. But when these two meet, the pull of their passion may overcome the power of their will.
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