Í By Possession ï Download by µ Madeline Hunter

Í By Possession ï Download by µ Madeline Hunter This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here First I need to get this off my chest The heroine leaves the hero not once, not twice, but SIX times in this book Talk about angst for the sake of angst I subtracted half a star because of this nonsense.
Summary The heroine, who is a bondswoman in the story, kind of like a serf, has been in love with the hero since she was 12 years old Her mother was the Leman whore of the hero s father who was a baron.
As a young man, the hero was set to marry a young woman he had known since childhood First I need to get this off my chest The heroine leaves the hero not once, not twice, but SIX times in this book Talk about angst for the sake of angst I subtracted half a star because of this nonsense.
Summary The heroine, who is a bondswoman in the story, kind of like a serf, has been in love with the hero since she was Stars 3 5Recommendation If you are into period setting novels with romance and mystery along side history, books by Madeline Hunter are ones to be tried for sure.
By Possession is the second book in the Medievals series by Madeline Hunter published in September of 2000 And this is the second book for Madeline Although this is considered the second book in the series, chronologically this is the first in the series The plot revolves around Addis de Valence a knight returned from Crusaders Stars 3 5Recommendation If you are into period setting novels with romance and mystery along side history, books by Madeline Hunter are ones to be tried for sure.
By Possession is the second book in the Medievals series by Mad A Common LadyFor Years She Had Thought He Was Dead Yet When Addis De Valence Strode Into Moira Falkner S Cottage, There Was No Mistaking The Sharp Planes Of His Face, And The Scar She Herself Had Helped To Heal The Young Squire Who Had Once Been Her Hero Was Now Her Lord, A Hardened Man Who Returned To Claim The Son She Had Raised As Her Own But Moira Couldn T Deny That Addis Roused A Passion She Never Thought To Feel And A Perilous Hope For A Future That Could Never Be An Uncommon LoveAddis Returned From The Crusades To Find His Lands Usurped By His Stepbrother, And His Country On The Brink Of Rebellion Determined To Reclaim His Birthright, Addis Could Not Afford To Be Distracted By A Woman Even One As Tempting As Moira Yet The Only Living Part Of His Contented Past Lay In Moira And His Desire For Her Was Dangerous Than His Deadly Battles With The King S Men By Law, Moira Belonged To Him But Possessing Her Heart Might Be Far Difficult Every time I read a book I tell myself to write down the page numbers with passages that moved me in some way so I can quote it in the review Of course, I never do I usually don t regret it because I can remember certain phrases and do a search in the ebook or if it s a print book, I can recall the placement of the phrase e.
g last paragraph on a left sided page and place in the book e.
g 1st third of book and find it that way This time however, there was so much richness in the story I Every time I read a book I tell myself to write down the page numbers with passages that moved me in some way so I can quote it in the review Of course, I never do I usually don t regret it because I can remember certain phrases and do I liked it, but I think there s often a conflict for me between realism and romance In this case, I think the realism was good the man treated the woman like a lesser being, essentially a slave, and knew he could rape her at any point without any serious social consequences So, realistic for that time and place and culture, but really hard to be romantic, for me I mean, she loves him, so I guess that makes it okay I m not sure.
Okay, yes a romance novel But in terms of well written sexy brilliance, this takes the cake Most romance novel heroines are dippy virgins most heros are deeply muscled jerks if not rape apologists Here, Our Darling Moira is twice widowed and Our Dear Addis paysattention to his godawful scar than his glorious muscles and they both seriously grow as characters in between all the humping and over, their relationship just makes sense.
There are a few cringeworthy moments, but Okay, yes a romance novel But in terms of well written sexy brilliance, this takes the cake Most romance novel heroines are dippy virgins most heros are deeply muscled jerks if not rape apologists Here, Our Darling Moira is twice widowed and Our Dear Addis paysattention to his godawful scar than his glorious muscles and they both seriously grow as characters in between all the humpin Really loved this romance The angst got to be a little depressing at times and there was a little too much push and pull but I just loved the characters I loved how Moira refused to back down from her principles The way she described her life if she were to be Addis s mistress truly sounded like torture and she would know I liked the historical details.



This is one of my favorite Hunter books I love the idea of a man willing to ignore all of society s strictures because he loves a womanthan he loves his status.
This was my first by Madeline Hunter but I will be readingof hers It is the 1st in her 14th Century London series see list below It is an amazing romancegreat historical setting, well drawn characters, realistic dialog for the period and a wonderful heartrending story of love that overcomes many obstacles It takes place in the time of King Edward II and tells the story of Addis de Valence, a high born nobleman and knight and Moira Falkner, the daughter of a nobleman s mistress and This was my first by Madeline Hunter but I will be readingof hers It is the 1st in her 14th Century London series see list below It is an amazing romancegreat historical setting, well drawn characters, realistic dialog for the period and a wonderful heartrending story I REALLY enjoyed this I loved both the hero and heroine Sometimes in romance the conflicts are so contrived and unnecessary, where here they were solid reasons the couple could not be together status, political rebellion, etc There are a few twists at the end, but nothing over the top.
I had read a few bad reviews and almost skipped this one I am so glad I didn t The hero is very honorable, and both MCs experience growth by the end The chemistry is swoon worthy.

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