The Crusader's Vow

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The Crusader's Vow

The Crusader s Vow Returning home to Scotland triumphant after his military service and entrusted with the precious relic of the Templars Fergus is than ready to wed his beloved Isobel and begin their life together To

  • Title: The Crusader's Vow
  • Author: Claire Delacroix
  • ISBN: 9781927477670
  • Page: 198
  • Format: ebook
  • Returning home to Scotland triumphant after his military service, and entrusted with the precious relic of the Templars, Fergus is than ready to wed his beloved Isobel and begin their life together To his dismay, Isobel has wed another in his absence, and he believes all of merit is stolen from his life until Leila resolves to win the valiant highlander s heart for hReturning home to Scotland triumphant after his military service, and entrusted with the precious relic of the Templars, Fergus is than ready to wed his beloved Isobel and begin their life together To his dismay, Isobel has wed another in his absence, and he believes all of merit is stolen from his life until Leila resolves to win the valiant highlander s heart for her own She is convinced of her own success, until Isobel tempts Fergus anew.

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    1. Celestine on said:

      Scottish Crusader Fergus now leads the Champions of Saint Euphemia as they carry a priceless reliquary into Scotland. He has left behind all the other Champions (book 1-3) except his man-at-arms Duncan and Leila, who was the first to protect the treasure when it was disguised in a saddle bag and she was disguised as a manure-covered boy. Fast forward to book three, and Leila has dropped her disguise and is seeking to remove herself far from Jerusalem where her uncle was attempting to marry her t [...]

    2. Tracy Emro on said:

      This series just keeps getting better!I started this book skeptical because I'm not a big fan of heroes who have loved before. And throughout the series Fergus has been faithful to the memory of his beloved Isobel and I wasn't convinced that Leila could ever take her place. I really love this book, Leila is an absolutely wonderful heroine, she loves Fergus with all her heart and will do anything to make him happy, including giving him up. Fergus is anxious to be home and return to his beloved Is [...]

    3. jamie p mchugh on said:

      Wonderful storiesI have now read 2 different historical fiction series by this author, she is very talented. I highly recommend these stories.

    4. Debbie on said:

      Claire Delacroix’s latest Templar tale, The Crusader’s Vow is like a panoramic walk back in time. Rich in historic fact and fiction her authentic landscapes, conversational dialogue and depiction of characters make the read honest. Her riveting storyline is a tale of two cultures and the indispensible conviction that love conquers all. Her characters major and minor are superb and her use of Scheherazade’s tales and the revelation at the end is compelling, but it’s definitely her stars, [...]

    5. Robin on said:

      This was a well-written, excellent book. Fergus is returning to Scotland after four years of military service, eager to marry his betrothed, Isobel. He finds out Isobel married someone else shortly after he left. Leila has been traveling with Fergus and his men after fleeing an arranged marriage to a cruel man. Leila loves Fergus and wants the best for him. At the suggestion of Fergus's father and his good friend Duncan, Lelia and Fergus agree to be handfasted for a year and Leila hopes that he [...]

    6. Tina Armato on said:

      Continuing the story of the Crusaders who rescued and protected the reliquary of St. Euphemia, Fergus returns to his home in Scotland, fiercely protective of both the relic and the young woman Lela, to whom he gave refuge while in Outremer. His 4 years of fidelity to his betrothed, Isobel, go unrewarded when he finds that she married within 3 months of his departure. As much to protect Lela as himself, he suggests a handfast with Lela, fully expecting that he will have to release her at the end [...]

    7. Jeanne on said:

      A heart racing and heart stopping combination you won't be able to put down! STRONGLY RECOMMEND EVERYTHING BY CLAIRE DI now understand why this story was written last and out of sequence! Fergus and Leila's story made my heart race and stop! It made me happy and sad, frustrated and elated! I Couldn't. Put. It. Down! I thank God for this author's storytelling talent and her perfection in knowing how to deeply develop her characters, the setting and the storyline without getting mired down in usel [...]

    8. Kathy Bunbury on said:

      Another great story in this series. This romance took an interesting path and was well worth taking the journey with the characters. The interfaith and mixed race marriage aspects of the story were thought provoking as I'm sure that must have happened, but hardly ever discussed throughout the history of the Crusades. Very well written book with an attention to detail that I appreciate. I'm sorry this series has ended as each book has provided me with a throughly enjoyable escape to the days of t [...]

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