So I have to say, I really do love romance books. Last year I wanted a group read of "Whtiney, My Love" just to sound it out with other people. I decided to read the first Westmoreland book (this one) and then Whitney (the second book in the series) to see if I still loved them a much as the first t...
This book just dragged on for me. How many misunderstandings between the main characters can you really have in one book? It was so tiring and predictable. I didn't hate this book but I certainly didn't love it either. It was just okay.
2 It-Was-TOO-Unrealistic-For-A-Book-With-THAT-Rating StarsWord memos:naughty kid - abbey - kidnapped - CRUEL (*hint*) - PISSED OFF (*hint*) - run away (*hint*) - sent home (*hint*)p/s: the hints are for the fucking UNREALISTIC parts ~
It took me a couple of days to read, but I enjoyed it. It struck me as possibly some of the best of what I remember liking about medieval/historical romances: the feisty heroine who is an anachronism for her time and the hero who appreciates her as such. Unrealistic? Probably. But believable in cont...
Jennifer Merrick is a Scottish countess and is kidnapped from the convent she's been put in by her father. The man who kidnaps her is Royce Westmoreland a man known as the Wolf, a man with a reputation for cruelty and savagery. They join in a battle of wits where they balance between love and hatr...
Jennifer Merrick is doing penance in the abbey while her father figures out who he should marry her off to when she finds herself kidnapped by her clans mortal enemy, The Black Wolf, Royce Westmoreland. Jennifer immediately hatches plan after plan to escape in somewhere in the game of charades Royce...
This book was almost a wallbanger. The historical inaccuracies, the modern attitude of characters completely deterred me from enjoying this book. This is really a modern romance novel masquerading as a historical.
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