Get it at Amazonfrom our DIK review: Can you imagine spending years plotting vengeance on the man who murdered your parents and then when you finally get your chance, something gets in your way and throws a wrench into your plans? In Tina St John's Lord of Vengeance this happens to Gunnar Rutledge. Gunnar has spent years working towards one goal - vengeance on Baron d'Bussy, the man who killed his parents. Unfortunately for Gunnar, the baron has a beautiful (in both body and spirit) daughter, Raina who will prove a major impediment to his plans. The two meet when Gunnar saves Raina from the advances of one her father's knights. It is evident the two are attracted to one another from the beginning, but Gunnar doesn't realize that Raina is his enemy's daughter. Gunnar has come to the Baron's annual tournament in order to exact his vengeance. He expects the Baron to be as he once was, but the man has aged in the thirteen years since Gunnar has seen him, which makes Gunnar take pause. He does not kill the Baron outright but manages to grab the one thing the Baron holds dear - Raina.
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