A battle of wills is ignited when a Viking’s daughter is forced to marry a Scottish warrior knight During a bloody borderland skirmish, thirteen-year-old Waryk de Graham wields his slain father’s sword and vanquishes the Norman enemy. Ten years later, with King Henry I dead and the English succession in chaos, Waryk, the newly knighted Laird Lion, is once again fighting for his Scottish homeland—this time against Normans and Vikings alike. But it is for the heart of one extraordinary woman that the great warrior will wage his fiercest battle. The daughter of a Gaelic noblewoman and a Viking warlord, proud, independent Lady Mellyora MacAdin of Blue Isle is a formidable swordswoman who yields to no man. When Scotland’s King David decrees that she marry the war-scarred knight Waryk in order to keep the Viking island secure for his kingdom, she defiantly rebels. Come the Morning is the first novel in Heather Graham’s medieval Scottish series that introduces the Graham clan, Gaelic-speaking Lowlanders who fight with their Highland brethren for the country they love. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Heather Graham, including rare photos from the author’s personal collection. Come the Morning is the 1st book in the Graham Clan series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
Pride, murderer, encroachers of dreams, encroaching on human rights, encroaching on other’s dreams and encroaching on other’s future. Egoism devours man’s hearts – me first, me second, and me to the last. There is no space or position left for others to occupy. These are men who are ready to take their brother’s birthright for a common porridge. But forget not: teach not a man the taste of milk. Milk he will not seek or to rest, but busy he will always be. But once learned, that he will and will always seek. An ignorant man can be happy in his ignorance and accept all kinds of cheating, but the very day he acquires knowledge, then he will not let go even a single cheat. Knowledge brings choice, choice brings desire, and desire leads to seeking. For that which the knowledge lacks, one seeks not.
The Marginal Readings of the Most Approved Printed Copies of the Scriptures, with Such Others as Appear to be Countenanced by the Hebrew and Greek Originals, a Copious Collection of Parallel Texts; Summaries of Each Book and Chapter; and the Date of Every Transaction and Event Recorded in the Sacred Oracles, Agreeably to the Calculations of the Most Correct Chronologers
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