- Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: St Martin's Press; Reissue edition (13 August 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1250084849
- ISBN-13: 978-1250084842
- Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.3 x 17.7 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
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The author has written a very entertaining book that will have you staying up late not wanting to put it down.
Cull is a Kings Guard and every inch a chivalrous Knight and.stands by those codes. When he was.a.small child he was taken from his home and sold into slavery. He has no memory of who he is or who his parents were. At age 14 a man bought him from the slavery who held him and promised to teach him to fight. Now an adult he is very well known for his fighting skills. Buchan has called on him to take a castle of his sworn enemies the Kincaids. He questions why he is even been called to take the Kincaid castle, but no one seems to know is the reason why even Duncan and Robert who are the sons of Buchan.
Derryth is the sister-in-law of Laird Kincaid and when the Kings men were spotted by a Kincaid farmer Derryth is dressed in disguise and is sent away to safety, but before she and her escourts can get there they are attacked.by some of the men who are part.of the army set to attack the Kincaid castle, Derryth is saved from the attack by Cull who thinks she is a peasant. Even so he protects her while she is in camp. Cull promises to release her and her escorts before they attack her brother in laws castle, but she is determined to find out everything she can about the attack she can. But the best laid plans have their flaws.
This was a wonderful read and I highly recommend it. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
Derryth MacClaren has been visiting her sister, Elspeth, and her husband Niall Braewick, Laird Kincaid at their castle. Woken in the night, dressed as a serf and told she was being sent home she fears for her pregnant sister and understands they may face a siege from Niall’s enemy Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan. She heads home with her brother-in-law’s men as her escort. They are caught by Buchan’s men and held as Cull the Nameless, one of the leaders, decides who they are. He plans to have them work for now and takes Derryth to his tent. She will also work, and he will try to keep her safe.
Cull is loyal to Buchan because he rescued him some years ago from a Venetian ship where he was a slave. He was then trained to be a soldier and eventually named a King’s Guard. He doesn’t understand the hatred for the Kincaids but follows the orders he was given. Eventually, he learns more of his history. I won’t ruin the rest of this wonderful, complex story.