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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed My Lady Madness (Zebra Splendor Historical Romances) on
Tormented by guilt and visions of war, Louis de Lavarac finds little to live for until he meets an innocent beauty living in a dilapidated castle.
Sabine Bassange is all alone in the world, and though people call her deranged, Louis sees beyond her flights of fancy to the sweetness underneath. Like an errant knight, he rescues her from a lonely existence.
Time, love and tenderness bring peace to these two tortured lovers, but the nightmares are about to begin as Louis struggles to save Sabine from his own brother who wants to commit her to an asylum, from the greedy lawyer who is after her inheritance and from the mysterious stranger out to kill her.
He must rescue her before Sabines madness overpowers her and she slips into a world he cannot enter.
writing is evocative and the story is quite original and , thankfully, a respite from the rather formula-like books of the genre. Sabine herself is such a unique and enchanting character, and I found myself aching for her and Louis both at the despair each had suffered before finding one another. A definite keeper.