Strong writing, a keen knowledge
of the era, engaging characters and
a depth of emotion make Latham's Bladesmen series so enjoyable.

Lady Florence Becket is destined for the convent when she's kidnapped by Adam Hillard, Earl of Keswick.

Adam's carefully planned revenge against her father crumbles when the fragile, courageous Florrie sees the abduction as an adventure. Now Adam is saddled with a woman he comes to admire and who fills him with desires he can't afford to have. Their journey is fraught with dangers and enemy attacks, and their hope lies with the power of their newly forged love and the forgiveness and peace it brings. (AVON, Apr., 380 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin