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By Mark Teppo
After a conflict left Ramiro Ibáñez de Tolosa’s face extraordinarily disfigured, the knight of the Order of Calatrava deserted his sword for a pastoral life. yet his beastly visual appeal horrifies all those that pass his path―with the exception of his adoring and pregnant spouse. Can he continue Louisa and their unborn baby secure from the battle that's coming to Iberia?
As Ramiro prepares for his child’s start, Brother Lazare of the Cistercian order searches for a way to encourage males as he travels with the crusading Templars. He seeks swords of legend―named blades carried through heroes of old―believing such symbols be capable of rally males in a fashion no king may perhaps ever accomplish. but if he learns of the tales instructed of the mysterious monster that haunts the Iberian battlefields, he wonders what kind of energy this new legend may well contain―the legend of a guy whose scarred face and chilly demeanor can't disguise his heroic soul.
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He stood off at the left, staring at the group squabble, a chuffed smile on his lips. The abbot, his hood now driven down, stuck sight of Lazare and Crespin and stormed over, pointing at Lazare. “This guy is a criminal,” he yelled. “He is a shame to our order, and a perilous insurrectionist. ” The abbot’s voice carried and his phrases reduce during the different arguments like a sword via fabric. while Don Ruy answered to the abbot, he didn't have to elevate his voice for the room had fallen silent. “Is he no longer a Cistercian? ” Don Ruy requested. “Is now not his shame mirrored upon the pinnacle of the order? ” “He is a Cistercian no more,” the abbot acknowledged, his face darkening. “He is a heretic. ” “I was a Cistercian,” Don Ruy acknowledged, glancing at Lazare. “But now not anymore. now not for the reason that I took up the sword. Does that make me a heretic too? ” The abbot sneered at Don Ruy. “You imagine your order protects you. ” “My order is well-known via the king of Castile and the Pope in Rome,” Don Ruy acknowledged. “If that's security, then certain, i'm safe. ” while he slid his sword out of his sheath, Helyssent and his Templar companions—the similar 3 who, Lazare spotted, had accosted him earlier—half drew their swords to boot. Don Ruy held up one hand, inverting his sword in his different hand in order that he held it loosely by way of the pommel stone. He provided it to Lazare who, just a little carefully, authorised it. “Now he has a sword,” Don Ruy stated. “If he could swear to wield it within the carrier of the Order of Calatrava, then he might come below that very same safety. ” He glanced over at Helyssent. “Templar,” he known as. “Is that no longer the way it is completed on your ranks? ” Helyssent bristled, yet stated not anything. He permit pass of his sword and indicated to his males that they need to relent besides. “This foolishness is not any quandary of mine,” the Templar commander stated. “You may possibly play those video games up to you love when we have departed. ” His phrases sparked the arguments back, and the room used to be back choked with agitated voices. The king leaned his head again and stared up on the ceiling. Lazare passed Don Ruy’s sword again, ignoring the abbot’s heated gaze. in its place, he attempted to make experience of the arguments billowing round him. there has been speak of forsaking the campaign, of spoils of battle, of combating Miramamolin’s military, and an absence of management. He glanced at Helyssent out of the nook of his eye and discovered why the Templar commander seemed in command of the room. The Templars have been leaving, and a not-insignificant part of the northern armies have been going with them. ultimately, the king decreased his head, having a look no much less weary than he had a couple of minutes prior to. He banged the flat of his hand opposed to the arm of his chair until eventually the hammering sound broke in the course of the impassioned dialogue. as soon as the room used to be quiet, he cleared his throat and addressed the Templar commander. “Your brain is decided? ” King Alfonso requested. “You will go back to France? ” “Aye, Your Majesty,” Helyssent stated with fake dignity. “Your command constrains us too vastly. we can't desire to uphold our commandment to God and Rome lower than your management.