By Amanda Quick
Unique ebook: 1993
From the windswept, craggy coast of a distant British Isle comes the exciting story of a bold girl and a perilous knight... sure via the tempests of fate—and the dawning of... Desire
Upon her father's demise, appealing, headstrong girl Clarre knew that she needs to wed, for the security of the Isle of wish new fell to her. but whilst her guardian's collection of potential husband rode via her citadel gates, she felt completely betrayed. All sinewy muscle and savage metal, Sir Gareth of Wyckmere was once now not the poet she'd asked yet a fearsome knight whose in basic terms curiosity used to be in war.
Legions of robbers had fallen underneath the Hellhound of Wyckmere's sword, and now this daring warrior used to be sure that he may perhaps tame one willful spouse. but even Gareth couldn't deter woman Clare from attempting to mildew him into her ideal... until eventually their conflict of wills ignited a keenness that set them either aflame... and a treacherous plot positioned their lives in lethal peril.
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Script Caroline minuscule. 17. 29 Isidorus Hispalensis, Quaestiones in Vetus Testamentum, etc. England, Canterbury, Christ Church Cathedral Priory s. xii 1/4 Decoration Ornamental and minor initials Six-line initial H tinted in red, green, yellow and purple, formed by dragons, fish, human body and head-mask (13); 5-line green and red initial D filled with purple scrollwork (108); green, red and purple initials (2–10 lines) to books and chapters. ’ (s. xiv, 161v); no. xiv in and no. 59 in Ingram’s list of 1508 (M.
2 Notes Verses De Sancto Honorio and De Sancto Theodoro added s. xv (140v). CMLUC, III, pp. 588–9; Ker, Norman Conquest, p. 30; MLGB, p. 40; Lambert, Bibliotheca, II, p. 280, IVA, p. 198; Gameson, Early Norman England, no. 38 and pl. 19; Lawrence-Mathers, Northumbria, pp. 78, 272 and fig. 50. 26. 28 In Evangelium Iohannis England, Gloucester Abbey s. , 268 x 188 mm (200 x 113 mm), 33 lines, ruled in hard point, above top line, quotation marks in margins, 2o fol. In principio (2), ut possent (3).
Xvi ex–xvii in; rebacked, Douglas Cockerell & Son, Grantchester, 1966). CMLUC, I, p. 414; MLGB, p. 29; C. R. Dodwell, Canterbury School, pp. 17, 120, pl. 11b; Ker, Norman Conquest, p. 15; Gameson, Early Norman England, no. 22; Gneuss, Handlist, no. 6. 10. 23, f. 3 Contents Part I: Ambrosius, Hexameron (1–66v). Part II: Ambrosius, De poenitentia (67–82); Augustinus, De poenitentia (Sermo 351) (83– 90), De utilitate credendi (90–101v), De fide ac symbolo (102–107v), Ad inquisitiones ianuarii (107v–117), Epistola ad Armentarium et Paulinam (ep.
Desire by Amanda Quick