By Susan Wiggs
Pissed off through his personal disasters at matrimony, King Henry VIII punishes an insolent nobleman by way of commanding him to marry the vagabond girl stuck stealing his horse. Stephen de Lacey is a chilly and sour widower, lengthy familiar with the sovereign's capricious and malicious whims. He regards his new bride as totally inconvenient…though undeniably fetching.
But Juliana Romanov is not any usual thief—she is a Russian princess compelled into hiding by means of the traitorous cabal who slaughtered her kinfolk. sooner or later she hopes to come back to Muscovy to hunt vengeance.
What starts as a mockery of a wedding finally blossoms into inner most love.
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Page 32 Annie was just setting off to school when the sad little cavalcade paced into the dooryard of the cabin and halted. She put down her slate and books and ran back into the house, her pigtails flying. "Ma, Ma, Sul heard her cry, "he's here! " Followed by all three of her daughters, Mrs. Ross hurried out of the cabin and down the steps. Sul slipped stiffly down from behind Mason's saddle and stood there, silent and ashamed, as his mother and two older sisters crowded around him. "Son, you're hurt," Mrs.
Later that evening, Sul sat at the lamp table in the kitchen to do his schoolwork. Across from him, Pete, helped by their mother, struggled with a French assignment from his tutor. Although Sul had his spelling book open to that week's lesson, he could not keep his mind on the words he needed to know for the next day's test. From where he sat, he could see the case containing his Baby Dragoon Colt on the shelf where his father had placed it. His heart swelled with pride and gratitude as he considered the gift.
Let me help you," she said, setting the basket down. Taking the comb from him, she eased it through the tangles. '' Sul's eyes flashed. "Curls are sissy," he replied, trying one last time to slick down his hair. Then, schooling himself to a poker face despite the joy and excitement he felt, he entered the cabin. Hanse Mason was sitting on a bench against the wall, riding Page 11 two-year-old Bob, the baby of the family, on his knee and talking to Mrs. Ross when Sul slipped silently in and sat down at the other end of the bench.
At the King's Command (The Tudor Rose Trilogy, Book 1) by Susan Wiggs