I haven't read too many books by Connie Mason even though she seems to have a lot of titles out, but I did read this one though, and it wasn't a very good experience. First of all, I thought that the 2 main characters, Lionheart and Vanora, had no TRUE personalities. One minute they're extremely angry at each other...the next, they have their clothing off and have seemed to have forgotten the fact that they're enemies. Secondly, the story itself was kind of unbelievable. The fact that Lionheart had absolutely no suspicions whatsoever about who the white knight is, just makes me believe that he's totally ignorant! Even if he hadn't suspected Vanora because she's a woman, he probably should have at least suspected one of her men. Another thing, If he was that desperate about capturing this knight, he would have tried harder in getting the info out of Cragdon's inhabitants since they obviously would know something about this mysterious person. Throughout the whole book, I was never really pulled into the story itself. It just felt like the book didn't really have a main point at all. The only one I could come up with after reading it was: two people from different sides in a war were madly lusting each other. Without more than a few minutes of thinking, he agrees to marry her just because he couldn't control his animal urges?! That's a little 2 unbelieveable to me. I didn't find this book romantic at all...just full of sex scenes. It was so difficult for me to finish this book. I'm not sure if I'm going to pick up another Connie Mason book any time soon. If I were to recommand a book, I would say read "Lord of the Dragon" by Suzanne Robinson. That one has it all, including witty believable characters and a great love story full of romance.