Being left in the care of the lovely Lisette, who tended to his "every" need, helped him forget the horrors of war. Though she played her part well, Rian's Becket intuition led him to believe there was more to the young woman than met the eye. Could she possibly be part of a conspiracy to destroy Rian and his friends--or even the entire Becket clan? And if she "was" aligned with the enemy, how would he ever bring himself to stop her, when she was beginning to mean more to him than life itself--?
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The Return of the Prodigal (Beckets of Romney Marsh)
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