The Lion of Kent

The Lion of Kent

Aleksandr Voinov

Squire William Raven has just one goal—to ultimately obtain his spurs and develop into a knight. while his lord, Sir Robert de Cantilou, returns from a five-year campaign within the Holy Land, William desires not anything greater than to provoke him.

After Sir Robert's go back, noble visitors arrive from France, bringing intrigue to the fort. William is oblivious to the politics, as he is distracted by means of nightly visits from a faceless lover—a guy who pleasures him at midnight after which leaves—a guy he quickly discovers is none except his grasp, Sir Robert.

But William cannot forget about the scheming round him while he overhears a plot to homicide Robert. He turns into purpose on saving his lord and lover from those that may see him killed...

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