Book Reviews of The Lily and the Sword (Medieval, Bk 1)

The Lily and the Sword (Medieval, Bk 1)
The Lily and the Sword - Medieval, Bk 1
Author: Sara Bennett
ISBN-13: 9780060002695
ISBN-10: 0060002697
Publication Date: 3/1/2002
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a great book, taking place in 1070. I have never read Sara Bennett before, but now I am hooked!!
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Lily's a saxon and a widow of a norman traitor her lies to Radulf the kings sword sent to hunt her trusts no woman. Lily's lies get his protection his wooing is hot and sensual and when he learns the truth he is betrayed again by a woman.
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Setting - Northumbria - North of England 1070 ---
Lady Lily is running for her life from Radulf, the `King's Sword' - the scourge, the hideous ogre with a bloody sword, who has been sent by the king to slay all who fought him. She is the Saxon widow of Vorgen, the Norman traitor who betrayed King William. Vorgen, despised husband, who killed her father, then wedded her over his dead body. Lily arrived exhausted at Grinswade Church, where she sought the priest and to bid a final farewell at the graves of her parents- but luck was not with her.
Radulf arrives at the church and discovers Lily. When he asked who she was, she lies and gives him the name of Lily, the pet name her father used for her, and also tells him that she is the daughter of the Earl of Morcar, who remains a loyal vassal to King William the Conqueror. Radulf finds himself fiercely attracted to this cool silver blonde beauty and accepts her story at face value. He has been betrayed by a woman before and is wary, but he has also never had this overwhelming attraction before. He vows to protect her and return her to her father. Lily herself is drawn to this man, her enemy, who would slay her should he discover that she is the `she-wolf' he hunts. Not only do they both fall in love (of course, they don't admit this to each other) they have an exquisitely hot and sensual time of it before he discovers that he has been deceived once again, by a woman.