One Knight in Venice 2
Scorned by a distasteful courtesan, the sweet healer Jessica Leonardo has become the target of the Catholic Church. Accused of witchcraft and under claims that she's the daughter of the devil, her trial will cast a light on the true ugliness that surrounds her. Her case may have been decided by birth: is her blemish that of a kiss from Satan or a mark from jealous angels? Can Francis Bardolph save Jessica and whisk her away to safer countries, or will her prayers go unheeded?
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- kind heroine and kind hero 4
- JAB 11/02/2015
I love the hero and heroine. They are both kind people who are hurt by their past. Their heroine is hurt by her birthmark because people see it as the mark of the devil. I love how the hero looks at it and doesn't feel the way that other people feel. It's so romantic and cute. I did not like the courtesan and what she tried to do but I was glad that her punishment was forced celibacy. I like how the hero stands up for the heroine not only against the mean courtesan, but before the public in trial. It's so adorable. I love when the heroine is being pushed into their cell and the hero is trying to stop them, the heroine makes him stop says that its okay. I love how they got out of venice. I don't like the father of the heroine and the mother or the hero. How do such nice people have such horrible parents? The love confession to the both of them on the boat was good. It was a good story.
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