Swords and Roses
From Book 1: Aelfrida has to decide whether to stay with him or kill him.
Tryffin, a Celtic Prince, searches for and finds his true love, Aelfrida, a saxon slave. There’s one problem…she has sworn a blood oath against him.
To save her foster father’s life, Aelfrida’s forced to wed the powerful Prince, who led the war band that killed her parents. She’s surprised at what a powerful temptation he proves to be to her body and her heart. Everything rest on the Saxon bride’s choice of vengeance or love.
At some point of our lives, we experience hurt that we fear to trust again. Our fear of betrayal. Take baby steps day by day to become open and trusting within the very little things. The more we think over our past heartbreaks, the more it lingers in our hearts. But if we just let it go naturally, our pain will heal naturally and will barely leave a scar.