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Part I of the Templar Trilogy
Out of Print/Available Second Hand

Kingdom of Cyprus, January 1251

fields of flowers
"Now lush green valleys lay at the foot of the limestone hills, brazenly spouting wild-flowers."

The Knight

The Lady
Geoffrey

Elenore
"There was no arrogance about him, much less any gallantry, and it was this which made the lady decide to trust him."

"...had built barriers against disapproval, contempt, scorn and cruelty, but no defences in the world are impervious to unexpected kindness."

In this, the first novel in the Templar Trilogy by historian Helena Schrader, two young people with pasts they would rather forget meet by chance.  They have been shaped and scarred by the Knights Templar and the Cathars, the Crusades and the Inquisition.  This is their story.  It is a story of shaken faith, lost illusions, and newfound hope.


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