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Payton Lee Conquer My Heart

Payton Lee Conquer My Heart

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Conquer my Heart
 All Rights Reserved © 2002 by Payton LeeNo part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in anyform or by any means, graphic, electronic, or mechanical,including photocopying, recording, taping, or by anyinformation storage retrieval system, without the permissionin writing from the author.Contact Payton Lee atEmail:paytonlee52@hotmail.com Ebook authorized for free download only by Payton Lee.This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, andincidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictiously. Any resemblance to actual events,locales, organizations or persons, living or dead is entirelycoincidental and beyond the intent of the author.
 
 
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Dedication
I wish to dedicate this book to youthe reader. It is for you I write.Please enjoy the movies of my mind. I would love to hear fromyou, take a moment and drop us aline to let me know if you enjoyedthe story.
 
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Chapter 1
 
“Our Lord High King,” John de Redvers said bowing slightly. The pain in his shoulder prevented him from exerting his body too strenuously.“Prithee, come and sit with us, Earl of Devon,” King Edward IIIinvited, opening his palm to the ornately carved chair by the desk he was using.“Thy wound still pains thee?”“Yea,” John acknowledged rubbing his shoulder.“King Edward sat back against his chair, “Thee art getting to old for  battle we fear.”“Yea,” John agreed and cast the king a wry smile. “At least some battles.”“We refer to war with France,” King Edward chortled. “Thee be a fineand noble knight, Sir John.”“Thank you my Lord King,” John replied graciously.“Whither be thy petition?” King Edward questioned. “We trow theeneed to be off to thy bailey to recover instead of tarrying so and seeking anaudience with us. Whither be so grave our Goodman?”John de Redvers hesitated a moment. He cast his eyes upon the largetapestry draped over the king’s chair. The king was dressed informally for thisaudience wearing his chausses, velvet red slippers, and red brocade ermine linedmantle covering a simple red woolen tunic. A simple gold crown with only afew precious stones circled his head. John knew King Edward was trying tomake him feel comfortable since he had never requested an audience until now.“Come our Goodman and noble knight,” King Edward pursued. “Wewouldst grant thee favor if it is within our power and capability.”Quietly John began, “Thus be regarding our daughter. Our onlysurviving child.”“Yea, our Goodman. We at court mourned with thee when we heard of the deaths of thy two sons. They died bravely in battle,” King Edward replied bending over and touching John’s hand.John’s heart saddened again. His sons had died in the battle of  Neville’s Cross. His sons had joined their father serving England’s throne, under Queen Phillippa’s command, against the Scots king. He had survived but losthis heirs. John watched while his sons were buried on the battlefield. He wouldfind it difficult to face his wife, the mother of his boys. John wished he would battle once more instead of returning home without Robert and John. It was

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