Called the "Devil's Cub" because violence and danger seem to follow him, Caleb Dameron gallops across the moors . . . and nearly runs down a lithe, flaxen-haired lady. A woman possessed of a blessed gift, Theodora gazes into Dameron's smoldering eyes and sees a man sick in body and soul. She cannot know that his cure will mean surrendering her heart.
But in Regency England, where power is gained by birth and fortune – or lost by treachery – Caleb has been marked for death by a secret enemy. And Theodora will risk her life by entering his doomed castle as his bride and daring to fight against the darkness within and the evil without . . . with the only weapon that can save them both . . . their indomitable love.