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The QuestingD take care of his wife He has therefore come to claim her Horrified Diamantha struggles to come to terms with what de Bretagne is telling her but in her heart resentment and hatred stir Robert Edlington’s corpse was left upon the fields of Falkirk and de Bretagne as the last man to see him is to blame Therefore before Diamantha will become de Bretagne’s wife she makes a demand of him return for Robert’s body and bring him hom. I participated in a live stream KLV did with a few days ago I made a statement during it that m

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Free download à The Questing Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Þ 1298 AD Lady Diamantha de Bocage Edlington lost her husband at the Battle of Falkirk Grieving she is unprepared for the visit of Sir Cortez de Bretagne King Edward’s garrison commander at Sherborne Castle Dark and fiery from 1298 AD Lady Diamantha de Bocage Edlington lost her husband at the Battle of Falkirk Grieving she is unprepared for the visit of Sir Cortez de Bretagne King Edward’s garrison commander at Sherborne Castle Dark and fiery from his Spanish heritage Cortez is a knight with sultry good looks and a uick temperament He has also come on a missionCortez was the last man who saw Diamantha’s husband alive and promised the dying man he woul. My uest is youOh this book was FABULOUS One of my favorite Kathryn Le Veue's books AwesomeRe rea

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E for a proper burial And so the great uesting to find Robert Edlington’s body begins Join Diamantha and Cortez on their great journey from the fields of Dorset to the hallowed grounds of Falkirk a journey during which they discover great and terrible things about the world their country and each other From the ashes of grief rises a phoenix of great passion and bonds are forged between Diamantha and Cortez that can never be broke. I liked the story Didn't love it anywhere close as The Outlander I had hoped for history but I