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Lord of Always

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic) How does a good and honorable man atone for wicked deeds he committed when he was neither good nor honorable? How does he tell the woman forced to marry him of the supernatural event that transformed his life, cleansing him of the darkness? Above all, how does he convince his wife that he loves her, that he ...more
Kindle Edition, 266 pages
Published (first published June 24th 2010)
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Joan Reeves
Lord of Always Is a Keeper

I devoured Lord of Always, a noteworthy historical romance with a paranormal twist.

The book's "blurb" reads: "How does a good and honorable man atone for wicked deeds he committed when he was neither good nor honorable?"

I don't think I'll be guilty of posting any spoilers because that blurb tells exactly what the book is about, but the unfolding story, and the sometimes shocking turn of events, makes this book anything but ordinary. Ms. Wicklund's deft characterization
Elaine Mcdonald
Strange paranormal. It held my attention, but it is difficult to rate it. 3 or 4
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“As always, when she needed God most, He chose to ignore her.” 2 likes
“A jolt of rage now forced him into her face, their noses almost touching. At once she was the one pulling back.
“Is this yours and Fricker’s little game, Geline? To what purpose? Why not keep to the truth? It’s disgusting enough.” His voice was ragged with fury. “Why make up lies when it’s so unnecessary? I was a gambler, a prodigious drinker. I whored my way through most of London’s lower echelons. I am profoundly fortunate not to be riddled with disease.”
Her mouth crimped with distaste.
“Yes, indeed. Don’t want to mention that, do we? There’s a price to be paid for treating this vessel,” he tapped his chest, “without respect. As to that, we’ve both been fortunate.”
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