Two loyal protectors across the ages
Montana Territory in 1883 was a dangerous place—especially for a blind woman struggling through a snowstorm. When a runaway horse nearly plunged Noelle Kramer into an ice-choked river, a stranger's sure hand saved her from certain death. Her rescuer was rancher Thad McKaslin, the man who had once loved her more than life itself. Perhaps the return of Noelle was a sign that somehow he would find his way home.
Lady Bronwen, proud inheritor of the ancient ways of the Britons, had lost everything. Widowed in war, robbed of her ancestral home, she knew her last hope was a stranger with whom she'd shared a single kiss. Jacques le Brun wanted nothing more than to protect her. But he owed fealty to the French, and the new faith they brought with them to England. Could Bronwen place her trust in this knight and follow him to a new world?
by Catherine Palmer
by Catherine Palmer, Jillian Hart
by Jillian Hart
by Jillian Hart, Janet Tronstad
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