The great Scot's hero Patrick Hepburn was known simply as The Hepburn. Strong, hot-tempered, and reckless, he is the chief supporter of James IV of Scotland and finds himself locked in the dangerous schemes and plots of his new king as he fights to keep his throne and conquer Henry VII of England.
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In appreciation for the Hepburn's valor and loyalty, Jamie Stuart awards The Hepburn the hand of a beautiful noble woman. However, the willful and spirited Jane Gordon boldly refuses to be possessed and makes every meeting between them a fiery battle of wits.
Jan Westcott has that indefinable magic touch of combining excellent writing style, authentic backgrounds, and fine narrative sense. The result is an action-filled, compelling novel with a full complement of courtiers and courtesans, ladies of high and low degree, dramatic fights, bold ventures, historical intrigue, and sizzling romance