Lady Kaia Kurinon has reached the end of her tether. If Lord Eben Dhion calls her "little one" one more time, she's going to throw him off the battlements. And if her father bleats for the thousandth time that "a man does not want learning in a wife," he's going over too. The man of her dreams can't seem to see that she's all grown up now, and the man of her nightmares has banished her to a convent until she gives up the foolish notion that a girl should learn to read and write.

Kaia's escapades have landed her in the chapel for yet another night, there to contemplate her many transgressions. She overhears an astounding conversation between the bumbling little Brother Absalom, who has been banished from his own abbey for venturing into the murkier realms of the study of natural philosophy, and a mysterious stranger, who claims to be living backward in time.

In a heartbeat Kaia's world changes forever. Somewhere, in a time impossibly far in the future, all girls are taught to read and write. A girl can marry the man of her choice, and fulfill the innermost desires of her heart. If only she dares fly high enough and far enough. Lady Kaia Kurinon intends to be that girl.


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Girl on the Run
by Jennie Klassel

Love Spell
June 1, 2004
ISBN #0505525968
EAN #9780505525963
320 pages
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