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The Warrior (Medieval Warriors Trilogy #1)

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  166 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Tristan D'Argent returns from battle to claim the keep bequeathed to him by King William, only to find his lands under the ruthless control of a treacherous rival--a man who has secured Tristan as his stepdaughter's betrothed. Determined to get his due without being trapped in marriage, Tristan prepares to win by any means necessary, only to be confronted by the beautiful ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 351 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Zebra
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I'm giving it four stars because I know I read it, but it was years ago. I do remember thinking I liked it and wanted to find more by this author. Now I'm going to have to reread it just to be sure.
I'm going to have to re-read this book because I wrote 5 stars inside it, but barely remember it. There is a dash of mystical in it.
AUTHOR WRITING STYLE IN THIS BOOK: Borderline a book that might be considered to be young adult. A fairy tale of sorts. The book references to the idea of soul mates.

Set in England 1066. Greanly Manor is leveled by Normans with very few survivors. The King commissioned Greanly to be rebuilt and Tristan, a great knight, to become Lord over that village. He arrives to find that the surviving inhabitants moved to Seacrest Manor under the oversight of Lord Nigel (the bad guy) who was charged
Didn't Completely Work for Me
As a young girl, Haith's world was shattered when her father was slain in battle. He was Lord of Seacrest, and he had loved her mother very much. But he hadn't been married to her. Despite being illegitimate, her father treated her as he did his other daughter, and Haith loved Soleilbert as her sister. Raised together despite the vitriol thrown at her by the Lady Seacrest, their bond was strong, so when, as adults, her shy sister's hand is promised to Tristan D'Argen
Que dire de cette romance historique ? D'après le résumé, elle aurait pu être très plaisante mais la lecture a été difficile et on a beaucoup de mal à s'attacher aux personnages. Tristan d'Argent est un des conquérants normands, qui, après avoir guerroyé pendant 10 ans, vient prendre possession de son château et de ses terres. Une fois sur place, il se rend compte que son voisin a recueilli tous ses serfs et leur a servi des histoires horribles sur son compte pour les garder avec lui. Tristan es ...more
Ninou Nessie
Un tome tout simplement magique, je ne m'y attendais pas du tout, et en fin de compte derrière le tartan de nos chers highlanders on oublie souvent que se cache des contes et légendes! J'ai adoré y retrouver cet univers! Il me tarde de commencer le tome 2 :)
C'est en fait un 3,5.
J'ai passé un très bon moment avec ce premier tome même s'il est un peu en dessous des autres lectures du même genre comme le clan Murray ou le retour des highlanders.
Je n'ai pas accroché à cette lecture.
On arrive pas à s'attacher au personnage et à l'histoire. J'ai failli abandonner ma lecture.
A nice historical romance with a little bit of magic.
Jan 02, 2011 Karen rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: historical romance readers
A quick and easy read set in Medieval times.
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Heather Grothaus has published eight novels since 2006, which
have been translated into several foreign languages. She fell in love with
historical romance after reading a Kathleen E. Woodiwiss novel when she
was far too young to be doing so, and has since built a
reputation for crafting twisting adventures, laugh-out-loud dialogue, and
heart-wrenching emotion. When she’s not writing, she spends h
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