When Love Awaits
Once Lady Leonie cursed "the Black Wolf" handsome Rolfe d'Ambert, the mercenary Lord of Kempstonfor his bloody deeds and cruelty to the local peasants. And now she must marry the magnificent blackguard to bring peace to the land.When Love AwaitsYoung, innocent, possessing a rare and... show more
Once Lady Leonie cursed "the Black Wolf" handsome Rolfe d'Ambert, the mercenary Lord of Kempstonfor his bloody deeds and cruelty to the local peasants. And now she must marry the magnificent blackguard to bring peace to the land.When Love AwaitsYoung, innocent, possessing a rare and exquisite beauty, Leonie would be a prize for any man yet Rolfe seeks the match solely for revenge. But her sensuous kiss ignites within him the fiery need to claim her and an irresistible desire to unite their warring hearts in glorious love.Author Biography: With more than 54 million copies of her books in print and translated into twelve languages, Johanna Lindsey is one of the world's most popular authors of historical romance. Every one of her previous thirty-six novels has been a national bestseller, with several reaching the #1 spot on the New York Times list. Ms. Lindsey lives 'in Hawaii with her family.
Publish date: June 14th 2011
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Medieval Romance
I picked up an entire collection of Johanna Lindsey books from the free cart at the library and over this weekend, I've decided to read and get rid of books that are "cover challenged." A mere glance at "When Love Awaits" attests to the fact that it clearly falls into that category.The male protago...
Lady Leonie grew up without a mother, her father remarried, and her step mother ends up controlling everything in the household when she drugs her father enough to appear drunk. No one is aware of this. Leonie, one day curses the "Black Wolf" whom she is afraid of. The peasants hear her, and since t...
*SPOILERS*Way too many misunderstandings between the hero and heroine.I just didn't get why they arrived at so many conclusions from so unreliable sources. Why would the heroine believe anything the mistress says? It doesn't make sense to not be suspicious of her motives. Don't try to make out the h...