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Lord of Dunkeathe (Brothers in Arms, #2) (Brothers in Arms #2)

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Sir Nicholas was desperately seeking a wife... The Lord of Dunkeathe had strength and cunning, and with a wife who brought him power and wealth, he would soon be the envy of all. But though countless eager young women paraded before him, vying for his favor, it was the sharp-tongued, quick-witted and completely unsuitable Lady Riona who drew him as no other. Lady Riona kne ...more
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Sir Nicholas needs to wed a rich bride in order to maintain the keep which he won as a Norman mercenary. He sends out a message to all available ladies in the land to come to his keep and he will pick his new bride. This is definitely an original idea in historical romance and I didn't have a problem with it at first.[return][return]Upon entering the keep, Riona begins to observe what is going on around her and cannot guess as to what this Sir Nicholas must be like. She picks him out in the cour ...more
Bev Walkling
I think the author did a good job of giving insight into the role of a lady of the time in running a household. I loved the heroine and her guardian. They were very real and likeable and it was interesting to watch the hero grow and develop as an individual as the story progressed.
Γενικα, μου αρεσουν οι μεσαιωνικές ιστορίες. Αναλογα με το συγγραφεα, βεβαια. Συνηθως, πλήττω με τη συγκεκριμενη αλλά αφού το βιβλίο ήταν δανεικό (από φίλη), είπα να του δωσω μια ευκαιρία.
Ανοησία μου. Η Μαργκαρετ Μουρ παραμενει το ίδιο πληκτική και οι 345 σελίδες ήταν πολλές.
Δε θα ξαναμπω στον κόπο να ασχοληθω μαζί της, ούτε με δανεικα βιβλία.
Jun 26, 2008 ChloeLeeNH rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Medieval Era fans
This is a reread for me. I just love this book. I love that the heroine is so easy to get along with and everyone loves her. I wished she was a little stronger about her feelings about her man... but it all works out like it should :). Definitely a keeper!
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Oct 16, 2013 ShortyS rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Nice easy read.
Nothing special but good.
I especially liked the heroin. She was no insecure, whiny wimp but a tough and down-to-earth woman.
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