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A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 01
A Woman's Honor is an audio version of the Andreya Stuart dark historical romance "The Warlord's Demise", which is now doing very well indeed on Amazon.com. In Chapter One of A Woman's Honor, Eleanor is forced to marry a brutal warlord fresh from the crusades who laid siege to her castle and killed her brother. Though she must wed to save the lives of those she loves, she vows he will never know a moment's peace while she lives.
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A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 02
In Chapter 02, Eleanor and the Duke struggle to determine who has this upper hand in this unholy and dishonest union. Eleanor would rather die than accept a devil's bargain. The Duke is absolute master of his keep and he has determined her place in it. Who will yield when they come head to head?
Eleanor, forced to marry the man who murdered her brother, vows he will never know a moment's peace. Robert de Vitot, Duke of Trevich, bastard child of a lord executed for treason, wants only peace for himself and his men after a lifetime spent fighting in the Holy Land, but he will do what he must to protect what he owns. Remember to subscribe to the podcast if you like this historical romance. Visit Dark-Romance.com to learn more.
A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 03
In Chapter Three, Eleanor, forced to wed to the Duke of Trevich in order to protect her parents and people of her fief, has become a prisoner of his keep. She discovers friends as well as enemies, and finds a glimmer of hope that she might one day escape the fate the Duke has ordained for her.
Eleanor also learns that not everything is as she expected in the Warlord's keep. Who is this man, fresh from the crusades and leading an army, who has been granted estates by the King? Who are the men who follow him. Eleanor, strong, intelligent, beloved by her parents, and previously coddled by her now-dead brothers, has finally met her match in the Duke of Trevich.
A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 04
In Chapter Four, Eleanor finds many ways to turn the keep upside down as she struggles with the grief and despair of living as the Duke's prisoner, his wife in name only. When she realizes the danger the people of both estates are in she faces off with the Duke to protect them.
A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 05
In Chapter Five, Eleanor struggles to build a life with people who seem to hate her, and she waits for the Duke to return from his mysterious journey. When he does she discovers many surprises. Can it be that he is more human than she gave him credit for? Has she misjudged him as a villain? Can she use him to get what she wants for the people she left behind?
Winter, in these border lands torn by war and strife, are destined to kill many of the people who reside on the the Duke's lands, as well as the people that Eleanor left behind. She does not know if the Duke will accept her suggestions on how to save as many lives as possible from the starvation, cold, and snow that is coming. What she does know is that all but a few of the people living in his keep would prefer her dead. In this episode Eleanor struggles to build a life for herself among the many who loathe her, and she tries to forget the life she left behind. But the Duke's return comes with many surprises and perhaps a hint that she might avoid her fate after all.
A Woman's Honor Historical Romance Chapter 06
In Chapter 06, Eleanor, feeling betrayed, finds a way to strike the Duke a terrible blow, only to find herself fleeing his terrible retribution. In this episode everything changes . . .
The border between Wales and England during the reign of Henry II was continuously at war. The king awarded lands to the warriors who could hold territory, allowing them a place in his court when they proved their worth in battle. The men who rule these lands were hard enough to withstand the raids, the long winters, the endless infighting. In this episode Eleanor learns what holding on to power in these fierce lands requires. In settling a score with the Duke, she may cost many innocents their lives. If she does, is she any better than the man she loathes?
This is a key episode in A Woman's Honor . . .