The Touch of His Lips Made Her Want to Forget Her Honor and Her Pride.
For more than three centuries her family had fought and died for France. Now Dara Rochambeau is caught in a deadly plot and branded a traitor to the king. She is determined to prove her innocence, and, as part of her plan, she disguises herself as a nun at the convent of St. Marie. But no ruse can protect her from the notorious Wolfram, an English knight whose boldness in both love and war have made him a man to be feared, and who intends to take the convent.
Dara becomes his captive - the ravishing prize of his plundering army of mercenaries. Still, she may outwit him . . . until desire overshadows logic and loyalty. In their hunger for each other there is no longer captive and captor. For Dara and Wolf are two people bound together by something far deeper than greed, God or glory - even as the searing heat of war, on the battlefield and in Dara's heart, puts her allegiance to the ultimate test!