My Lord, The Hermit
by Veronica Heley

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And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

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And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

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<span data-sheets-value="{"1":2,"2":"He was like no other hermit she had ever seen. He was young, strong, dark and vowed to silence. His name was Keren, but he was always called the Hermit.

And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

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And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

This title was originally published under the pseudonym Victoria Thorne.“}” data-sheets-userformat=”{“2″:14593,”3”:{“1″:0,”3″:1},”11″:4,”14”:{“1″:2,”2″:0},”15″:”Calibri”,”16″:11}” style=”font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, Arial;”>
<span data-sheets-value="{"1":2,"2":"He was like no other hermit she had ever seen. He was young, strong, dark and vowed to silence. His name was Keren, but he was always called the Hermit.

And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

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And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

This title was originally published under the pseudonym Victoria Thorne.“}” data-sheets-userformat=”{“2″:14593,”3”:{“1″:0,”3″:1},”11″:4,”14”:{“1″:2,”2″:0},”15″:”Calibri”,”16″:11}” style=”font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, Arial;”>
<span data-sheets-value="{"1":2,"2":"He was like no other hermit she had ever seen. He was young, strong, dark and vowed to silence. His name was Keren, but he was always called the Hermit.

And as he touched her arm, and healed it, a bond was forged between them – a hopeless bond, for she was Joanna of Leybourne, ward of the Count, and he was a man sentenced to build a church with his bare hands, as expiation for the crime of murdering his wife. . .

This title was originally published under the pseudonym Victoria Thorne.“}” data-sheets-userformat=”{“2″:14593,”3”:{“1″:0,”3″:1},”11″:4,”14”:{“1″:2,”2″:0},”15″:”Calibri”,”16″:11}” style=”font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, Arial;”>This title was originally published under the pseudonym Victoria Thorne.

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My Lord, The Hermit by Veronica Heley is available in the following formats

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Veronica Heley

Veronica Heley has a musician daughter and is actively involved in her local church and community affairs. She lives in Ealing, West London. She is the author of the Ellie Quicke and Bea Abbot mystery series.

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