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Published on Dec 2, 2009

Vanessa Fordella should have grown up in luxury and ease with a father that doted
on her and loved her. Instead her mother stole her away and forced her into the life of a
boy. Becoming Van instead of Vanessa was so easy for her she was sent to paige
training at Greywiest Castle. Large for a girl and uneven of temper it didn't take her long
to make herself known. She rose through the ranks quickly and was sent into battle.
She risks her life to save Peter Lawston and in return for her courage and honor King
Henry II bestows her with knighthood making her The Dark Knight. For years she
enjoyed being a dangerous and deadly knight until one day a mesage tore her beloved
world apart. At her mother's dying request she agrees to marry.
Peter Lawston goes home from the war with ideas of a simple and peaceful life.
Peter has always had a ordered and controlled life and he wants to keep it that way.
Pain and betrayal from when he was a child dictates the kind of man he is and the kind
of wife he will allow himself to have. When his father grows ill Peter reluctantly agrees to
marry a woman he has never met. Peter is hoping for a shy and controllable wife as the
carriage comes up to the castle. What arrives instead is Van, a six foot tall amazon of a
woman with pent up rage and aggression and doesn't know the first thing about being
docile or obedient.
Peter and Van fight and struggle for power and control of the relationship. They
fall in love quickly but her secret past is always a strain between them. Peter doesn't
want to give up his idea of a perfect wife and struggles to turn her into what he wants.
Van has always been the one in control and is used to getting things her way. She
doesn't know how to let go of the knight that she has always been and struggles to
become the woman and wife that she is expected to be. Both must give up their difficult
past if they hope to have any kind of a future.

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  • Artist

    • Aisha Duo
  • Album

    • Quiet Songs
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    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of ObliqSound); LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, UBEM, Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing, and 4 Music Rights Societies

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