Trust In Me by Lana Williams

Trust In Me

byLana Williams

Kobo ebook | May 3, 2013

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Medieval Romance. When his brother is abandoned near death at the gate of his keep, Lord Nicholas de Bremont seeks revenge against those he believes guilty: Lord Crefton and his treacherous daughter, Elizabeth. But the old lord is too feeble for Nicholas to fight. Desperate to protect her father, Lady Elizabeth offers to take his place, but as Nicholas’s wife. Nicholas vowed never to have a family and risk passing his cursed second sight on to a child, yet how else can he make Crefton suffer but to take away his only daughter? Determined to make Elizabeth pay for her part in his brother’s injuries, he adds a punishing stipulation to her offer--he refuses to bed her, dashing her dream of a family. As they feign a true marriage, Elizabeth tries to guard her heart from the angry lord who appears to despise her, yet his small acts of kindness crumble her defenses. Nicholas attempts to keep his distance from the beautiful lady, terrified Elizabeth will unveil his dark secret, but is tempted every moment he's with her. When his visions divulge a villain who intends her harm, Nicholas must choose whether to accept her trust and love, or keep his secret and claim vengeance.

Title:Trust In MeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 3, 2013Publisher:Lana WilliamsLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990005851640

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great plot This is the first Lana Williams novel I've read. I enjoyed it quite a bit because of the plot. The foreshadowing was also well done and well placed. I was however a little disappointed with the spineless heroine. The character development was good but a character flaw was how she gave in all the time. It was easy to see the old adage where the one with the most power in a relationship is the one who cares the least. The story line however was great.
Date published: 2015-10-18