They called her lady of Frost, a fabled beauty whose allure no man could resist; yet neither could any breach her icy reserve.
She called him Lord of Nothing, a knight with no land, no family, only a name made great by song and story; a name as a lover unrivaled who could win any maiden, yet never lose his own heart.
OF THE FALL
To each, romance was a game, a contest of wit and will, a match to be wagered upon and won at any cost. But in those dark days of shifting loyalties and twisted secrets, seduction was far more than courtly ritual. It was an all-or-nothing play for power in which one misstep could bring a fall. And falling in love was the most dangerous thing a woman could do.
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