Published by eKensington on December 8, 2014
Genres: Historical Romance, Scottish Historical Romance, Romance
As the new castellan, Sir Nicholas Beringar has the daunting task of rebuilding Ravenmoor Castle on the Scottish border and gaining the trust of the locals—one of whom wastes no time in trying to rob him. Instead of punishing the boy, Nicholas decides to make him his squire. Little does he know the thieving young lad is really. . .a lady.
Lady Elizabet Armstrong had donned a disguise in an attempt to free her brother from Ravenmoor's dungeons. Although intimidated by the confident Englishman with his well-honed muscles and beguiling eyes, she cannot refuse his offer.
Nicholas senses that his new squire is not what he seems. His gentle attempts to break through the boy's defenses leave Elizabet powerless to stem the desire that engulfs her. And when the truth is exposed, she'll have to trust in Nicholas's honor to help her people—and to surrender to his touch. . .
Sir Nicholas had the task of rebuilding Ravenmoor Castle on the Scottish border and gaining the trust of the locals after the last Castellan terrorized the people. On the quest of finding out who was plundering the Scottish border, he met up with a lad named Thomas. Thomas was a likable lad or is he. This was a well-balanced book with mystery and romance. I really feel in love with Sir Nicholas and his Lady love Elizabet.
I really hate endings. Especially when the books have you bond so quickly with the characters. The good thing is the second installment was not hard to follow. If you never read any of Diana Cosby books, make An Oath Taken be your first book, to begin with.