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Lord of the Dragon

3.35 of 5 stars 3.35  ·  rating details  ·  62 ratings  ·  6 reviews
The day he was banished from England, his fellow knights thought they’d seen the last of Gray de Valence. But the ruthless, emerald-eyed warrior had done more than survive in a world of barbaric dangers, he’d triumphed. Now, eager to pay back his betrayers, de Valence has come home only to find his plans threatened, not by another man but by a volatile, unpredictable, ravi ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Bantam Books
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Christy Stewart
The story isn't bad but Robinson's writing style isn't fitting for me. I checked my nails more times than she used vowels.
Melissa
Juliana has been spurned by suitors before so she keeps her distance as Gray de Valance shows interest in her. He came to her family for a match with someone else. She has no intention of becoming his mistress or afternoon dalliance.
Annette
I enjoyed the story but Julianna was so childish that it bugged me. Even taking in her hurt and the age she lived in and so on, I didn't see her as just having a fiery temper, but just stupid and childish. I found her annoying at times.
Towards the end I did skim some. Over all it was a good story and at times I was really into it.
Nicole
Interesting book. A lot of the women in this novel seemed really immature to me, but then I wondered if this was actually not a reasonable thing, since women were kept pretty ignorant in those days. I have to say, it didn't make for the most interesting book ever, but worked for the story all the same.
Daphne
I enjoyed the story alot. Loved the characters and it kept my attention throughout the book. I picked the book because I had left the book I was reading at home and wanted something to read while on break at work and then I just could not put it a side.
Klissa111
Absolutely one on my favorite books, Suzanne Robinson captures the time period perfectly!
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Lynda Suzanne Robinson (b. July 6, 1951 in Amarillo, Texas) is an American writer, author of romance (under the name Suzanne Robinson) and mystery novels (under the name Lynda S. Robinson). She is best known for her series of historical whodunnits set in Ancient Egypt during the reign of Tutankhamun and featuring Lord Meren, "the Eyes and Ears of Pharaoh". She lives in Texas with her husband and h ...more
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