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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Lady Sibylla Cavers is determined to pick her own husband or never to marry. She’s rejected everyone her father has brought before her. She made it part way to the altar with Lord Simon Murray and purposely embarrassed him. When Sibylla sees a small child drowning she impulsively jumps in the Tweed River. Both she and the child are on the verge of drowning when Murray rescues them both.
Simon and Sibylla are attracted to each other but his ego is hurt and he’s not ready to forgive. Sibylla sees no reason to offer an apology.
The reader watches the passion slowly build between Simon and Sibylla. Both are strong willed and don’t want to give an inch. I liked them both. I love medieval romances. Amanda Scott includes a lot of history in her books. I can do with less history and more passion.