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All is fair in love and war in Connie Mason's Lionheart . Lionel de Coeur, the bold knight known as Lionheart, is proud to lead Prince Edward's army against the rebellious Welsh. His strength has been honed in numerous battles in defense of England and the Plantagenet cause, but Lionheart is experienced enough to know that neither pride nor might of arms alone can guarantee victory. Indeed, though his siege of Cragdon Castle succeeds, the Welsh leaders he pursued there slip away during an unexpected counterattack by the castle garrison, led by a skilled young warrior in white. Lionheart is furious to find that no one among the castle's defenders will admit to any knowledge of the white knight's identity, and the elusive warrior himself has somehow manages to disappear without a trace. Beautiful young Vanora of Cragdon bears the brunt of Lionheart's wrath. In the six months since her father's death, Vanora has led her people, and she has no intention of adding her personal surrender to the military one that Lionheart demands. He can order her to his bed, but he cannot compel her to betray her loyalty, reveal her secrets, or offer him her love. But, even as Vanora plots to foil Lionheart's plans for conquest, and faces him in battle in her role as the white knight, her woman's heart acknowledges that this foe has the ability to slip past her guard and make her long to forget he is her enemy. Sue Stone

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