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Free eBook ↠ ePub While Angels Slept de Lohr Dynasty #1 ç Ä Kathryn Le Veque ò 1139 AD – When her husband perishes in a skirmish the Lady Cantia du Bexley Penden is distraught Her husband was assisting the mighty Viscount Winterton in the battle for the throne between Empress MTia Tevin secretly whisks her from Rochester Castle with the intention of sending her someplace safe But his altruistic plans come to ruin when Cantia is abducted by outlawsAnd so begins the journey Come along on the adventure of Tevin and Cantia following them through death and life through sorrow and hope It is a tale of a lifetime involving two people with utterly shattered lives who must save each other and restore hope during the dark times of early Medieval England during a turbulent time when men openly said Christ and his angels sle 🎁 FREE on today 282020 🎁

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E with her With her husband so recently killed Cantia cannot resist the solace offered by the handsome viscountA fiery passion is borne from grief and loneliness and soon Tevin and Cantia find themselves in the grip of a powerful romance But forces are at work against them; Cantia’s father in –law driven to madness by the death of his son plots Cantia’s demise blaming her for his son’s death Complicating the issue is Tevin’s cousin the lecherous Earl of East Anglia who sets his sights on Cantia as a conuest In order to protect Can Re readingRead this years ago and enjoyed it I have been trying to find the book where Christopher de Lohr's parents meet Christopher's book is Rise of the Defender and THIS is it Val du Reims and Myles de Lohr are secondary characters is this book but represent the beginning of the de Lohr's eight book dynasty as Christopher and David de Lohr's parents I loved the main characters Lady Cantia du Bexley Penden and Tevin du Reims as well Overall it is a great book

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While Angels Slept de Lohr Dynasty #11139 AD – When her husband perishes in a skirmish the Lady Cantia du Bexley Penden is distraught Her husband was assisting the mighty Viscount Winterton in the battle for the throne between Empress Matilda and Stephen of Blois caught like most men in a vicious struggle for the rightful ruler of England Tevin du Reims is Viscount Winterton a man with a heavy burden to bear and a dreadful secret A lonely man whose wife left him years ago with a sickly child to raise he is drawn to the sorrowful Lady Penden and in comforting her falls in lov This is the very first Kathryn LeVeue book that I didn't absolutely adore There was only one problem with the story but that problem was huge for me and ultimately undermined the enjoyment of the entire book It is also something Ms LeVeue is usually incredibly adept at and that is the integrity of character development and consistencyThe story starts with LeVeue painting a picture of the death of a beloved husband so beautifully that it literally brings tears to the reader's eyes The anguish of the loving and devoted wife was written with such heart wrenching beauty that one feels every devastating moment In mere WEEKS after that devastating event however this same woman who has portrayed such integrity goes completely against character and invites another man to her bed Not only that but readily agrees to be his mistress completely unconcerned about how her decision will affect her children Again this is less than ONE month after her beloved husband dies and during her time of mourning Poof Fell in love torrid affair mistress baring bastardsperfectly acceptable What???If the characters had been written in a way that this would be believable If there had even been a few months before that head jarring switch in character or even if Ms LeVeue hadn't written her characters so beautifully to begin with this might not have been so blaring Unfortunately as it stands it influences the entire book and leaves a burden of insurmountable believability to every subseuent reference of the hero and heroine's upstanding character Ugh