Betrothed to the heir of Saitun Manor, lovely Gytha was shocked to learn on the eve of her wedding that her bridegroom had been killed. Caught up in a whirlwind beyond her control, she found herself married to the new heir. a rough mercenary knight called the Red Devil.
AND THE BEAST
Unsuited to gallantry and the wooing of fair maidens, the Red Devil had never sought a beautiful wife. But now Gytha was his, and her honey gold hair and sparkling blue eyes bewitched him. He knew of only one way he could hope to bind her to him--with the passionate ardor of his warrior’s body, and the undying love hidden deep in his lonely heart....Continua
An interesting tale to say the least. Howell gives us an atypical romantic hero in Thayer. He has to be one of the most insecure medieval knights I've read about. I did enjoy the story though. The characters were well developed and I really did care what happened to them. Like usual, there was great wit and fun moments intermixed with danger. All in all, a good read....Continua