Bernat was essentially the same as the oath his father had made – a promise of fidelity and potestas – but the ... 179 The viscount promised to grant potestas to the bishop and to give the castle to the son of Guillem Umbert when ...
Author: Adam J. Kosto
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
I made you a promise, Lavinia, and I keep my promises. I will not bed you until you are ready. And you are not ready. Yet. But you will be." Lavinia mulled over his words for a moment, realizing that she had viewed this entire trip ...
Author: Bethany M. Sefchick
Publisher: Bethany Sefchick
If you like clean and wholesome, Regency romances with a twist of mystery and suspense, you will love The Viscount's Promise.
Author: Joyce Alec
Publisher: Weddings and Scandals
... and one of them had the boldnels to go to his house next day and in the midst of a great company to whisper him and demand the performance of his promise : the Viscount ordered the money to be paid him , and before he related the ...
Author: Ramsay (Chevalier, Andrew Michael)
'Promise me, Gil,' she said urgently. 'Give me your word you have relinquished this thirst for vengeance. It will not bring Kitty or Robin back, you know.' She stopped there, but Gil saw the concern in her eyes, the worry that she might ...
Author: Sarah Mallory
No sooner was the Viscount free than he justified the high appreciation in which he was held by Henri IV . ... When the back of the League was broken and Henri III . was dead , the Viscount promised to recognise Henri IV . on the ...
Author: Denis Bingham
... Earlot - Ilay said , The Privy Seal should be got , if he was a Month at London ; for it was but to put Viscount Garnock on the List of Priyy . Seal Pensions , in Place of some other , who would be as well satisfied with a Promise .
Author: Lord James Erskine Grange
9 , ( of the promise , wat ' eoxdu , ) “ died in faith ; not liaving received the promises ; " that is , the things promised , or either of them : namely , either the thing promised , Gen. xv . 18–21 , which was the reversionary ...
Author: John Shute Barrington (1st visct.)
Blackstone and his brother, Viscount Danbury, stood on the other side of Jocelyn. Blackstone looked very uncomfortable, fiddling with his cravat as though it were strangling him and staring at the stark hole where Evelyn's casket would ...
Author: Diana Bold
Publisher: Tracy Liebchen