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Misplaced Angel

Misplaced Angel

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Angie8177 By Angie8177 Completed

A fierce Knight...
  Known for his victorious battles on the field by day and his prowess by night, Lord Duncan of Chaswick, fierce Knight and Warrior had no idea how much his life would change. Standing before him in his chapel the most alluring, strangely clad girl scattered his very thoughts to the four winds and awoke in him feelings he has never felt before.  She was an irresistible challenge for the fierce knight, the voluptuous beauty was  too brazen, bold and fearless and he wanted her. A passion of desire would ignite within him and he vowed she will be his. He would defy time itself to keep this Misplaced Angel by his side.
  A beauty tossed in the past...
  Tara Micheals, a hip 21st century teenager on a class trip to England, never expected a full packaged deal: cool parties, beautiful scenery, being tossed back to the 12th century into the arms of a fierce knight.
  She was a prisoner in time to a warrior that wreaked havoc with her sanity and temptation loomed over her with his sweet seduction as she  tried to keep the sexual and powerful medieval warrior at arms length.
  Trying desperately to return to her time she has found that a desire for him has grown in to love and she is torn between the two worlds.
  Now, lost in time and confronted with this handsome warrior, she's faced with the hardest decision of her life.  Either return home or defy the laws of time to be with him.
  Disclaimer: This story is a work of fiction. All characters were created by and are owned by the author and may not be used without permission.
  Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author's imagination.
  Copyright protected ©2015 Misplaced Angel

Join this paragraph to the last one because they are related.
                              I really don't understand the placement of this sentence here. It seems kind of of point. Unless there's something you wanted to add to it, it'll make readers get confused.
                              *school. We
                              There are two different sentences.
                              OR YOU COULD WRITE IT LIKE THIS:
                              *school; we
                              *answer, Mimi…
                              The Comma shows that Mimi is about to take an action which is different from when Tara is about to answer her.
                              *Friends from when they were little, Mimi and Tara were inseparable. Mimi was always the one to go overboard; she was a wild child.
                              * "And!" she questioned. "What do you mean by 'And?', Mimi? If…