Even a cloistered young heiress in medieval England has her reckless moments. . . Lord Oliver Bellecote has a way of bringing out the vixen in any woman. Any woman, that is, but Cecily Foxe, an innocent flower destined for the abbey who seems utterly immune to his charms. Or so he believes... read more
“Oliver!" Joan chastised. "How could you be so rudimentary toward Lady Cecily's intended?""Shut. Up. Joan. This in no way concerns you." He looked away for a second and then seemed to think better of it, turning back to the slack-mouthed woman. "And that is not how the word rudimentary is used!"”Joan Barleg and Oliver Bellecote
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