Enemy Fair

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Note: Enemy Fair was originally published as "Enemy Fair, Book One: The Challenge" and "Enemy Fair, Book Two: By His Leave".

When the elderly Lord Desmond faces a battlefield challenge from rival Lord Kedar, everyone realizes it's a death sentence. For his wife, Lady Mora, the idea of her husband dying and leaving his realm leaderless is untenable. So she invokes an archaic law that allows women to fight and demands to stand in for her husband, which is the right of every warrior who wishes to lay down his life for his lord in a challenge.

Lord Desmond has no choice but to watch his wife take the field. But when Kedar easily defeats Mora, he captures her and announces his own interpretation of the law. Her life, he claims, is forfeit to him and that means he can kill her or take her as his property.

Mora is disgraced when she finds herself in enemy clutches with no recourse, and when Kedar deals with her defiance by spanking her, she faces a new dilemma: how far can she push him until he breaks her?

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Lady Mora's decision to face Lord Kedar on the battlefield has sealed her fate. He decides to marry her to forge an alliance between his realm and the realm held by her late husband. Mora wants to love her new husband, but his belief that she should adhere to his authority in everything means conflict for the couple, and spankings for her.

To complicate matters, Lord Kedar's second in command becomes increasingly menacing. When he makes it clear that he wants Mora for his own, she wants to warn her husband but fears that he will side with his right-hand-man. Will she be able to alert Lord Kedar to the plans of his disloyal second before it is too late? And what price will she pay in the process?

Book Length: 10 chapters / 30,968 words

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