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    Great series

    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 can come to love her in that time. This was a great book, with many twists and turns, romance, action and suspense. This book can be read as a standalone, though it is part of the Champions of Saint Euphemia series. I loved this book and the entire series. Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    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, Leila and Fergus that are the real standouts in this novel. The book reads well as a stand-alone but reading in order will fill in all the necessary blanks. SUMMARY: Four years ago Fergus left his Scottish home and his beloved Isobel to Crusade with the Templars. On his return he learns of Isobel’s subsequent marriage to another. That betrayal and his father’s failing health has made him decide to be a good son and take a wife of convenience for the good of his family’s keep. Luckily he knows just the woman he wants to fill that particular role, a woman who truly vexes him, an Eastern beauty. Leila is a survivor; disguising herself as a boy to escape an arranged marriage, leaving her home knowing she’ll never return, traveling in the company of Templar Knights and pilgrims from Jerusalem to Paris. But now finding herself in Scotland those survival skills will be put to the ultimate test as she takes on the unexpected position of the infidel wife of a former Templar, one who’s captured her heart. One whose heart has been badly hurt by the betrayal of another, one she’s determined to heal with her own love.

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