What a hero! Holden de Ware is a giant of a man, unsurpassed as a knight. He has taken all his childhood tales of heroic knightly deeds and made them into reality. Scornful of love Holden accepts a soldier’s task in the far north of Edward’s Kingdom. Supported by his gentler more philosophical brother, Garth, the Wolf of de Ware searches for a traitor to the King. The Wolf finds himself in battle with Cambria, the Gavin, a lady loyal to her clan at the sacrifice of her own happiness. Her demeanour is one of a warrior but her skill is puny beside that of Holden the Wolf. As the tale unfolds it is Cambria that softens the hard Knight’s heart and enables him to find his true courage. The hero is unforgettable, the dialogue witty and the love scenes are sensual and passionate. The second in a trilogy it is advisable to read My Champion and meet the memorable Duncan de Ware who reappears with his wife Linnet in My Warrior and again in the third book My Hero. I shall be keeping these on my shelf.