Nobody writes a love story as unique and magical as "New York Times" bestselling author Jill Barnett. Now she sweeps us away to the pageantry of medieval England, where a strong-willed knight must fight the battle of his life to win a stubborn lady.Lady Soria Beatrice Rosalynde Anne Therese... show more
Nobody writes a love story as unique and magical as "New York Times" bestselling author Jill Barnett. Now she sweeps us away to the pageantry of medieval England, where a strong-willed knight must fight the battle of his life to win a stubborn lady.Lady Soria Beatrice Rosalynde Anne Therese Howard has had as many suitors as she has names. But she's spurned every last one of them, to the dismay of her guardian, King Edward I. Now, even increasing her dower prize will not lure offers for the defiant, but lonely, Sofia, whose young heart was once broken by a too-arrogant knight.Sir Tobin de Clare is the man who broke her heart, and he must make amends for a careless act from the past. Nothing will stop this ruthless warrior from winning her hand. Nothing, that is, except Sofia's tattered pride and her demand that he also surrender his heart.In a rousing battle of will and wit that makes war seem peaceful, one powerfully determined knight and his spirited lady find that love at first sight is never, ever easy.
Publish date: September 1st 1999
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
Series: Medieval Trilogy (#3)
As backlogged as I am on reviews, realistically I don't have time for a full one. So, I'll just say that the angst was wonderful, the headstrong heroine's antics alternately made me want to cheer for her or beat some sense into her, the prideful hero at least knew when he'd screwed up (well, eventua...
The book was very good i can't say how many times it made me laugh, but i really really hated the end, because it was 17 years later and this is the kind of end i hate the most.It started 17 years later and ended the same way and it just destroyed all of the good moments of the book.
OK but didn't enjoy this as much as the two previous books. Couldn't relate to either MCs—found both to be rather annoying. And there were those TSTL moments... *sigh* Still, it was great to revisit with the earlier MCs and get conclusion to this series/set of characters.