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They were enemies in a divided land...
In Bold Angel by Kat Martin, Saxon beauty Caryn of Ivesham longed to escape the chill gray cloisters of the convent to which she'd fled—but not in marriage to the towering, feared Raolfe de Gere, the Norman knight they called Ral the Relentless. Even though he had once saved her from a fate worse than death, she could not forget he'd r
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Paperback, 400 pages
Published March 25th 2014 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published September 15th 1994)
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Caz
I've given this a C for narration and a D for content at AudioGals.

I suppose I should have known what I was letting myself in for when I read the title and synopsis of Bold Angel:
“Saxon beauty Caryn of Ivesham longed to escape the chill gray cloisters of the convent to which she’d fled-but not in marriage to the towering, feared Raolfe de Gere, the Norman knight they called Ral the Relentless.”

It goes on to tell how the
“darkly handsome warlord’s blood coursed with desire for Caryn’s burnished cr
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Julz
This one was below the radar but turned out to be a pleasant surprise. There was lots of excitement and angsty moments. The hero made some horrible mistakes based on false premsises that hit hard. I actually cried during many of the scenes. The very end could have been fleshed out a bit more but overall, definitely one of my recent favorites.
Lover of Romance
Apr 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance My Review Updated
Summary
Caryn of Iversham, was sent to the convent for her and her sister's own protection after they were attacked by Norman's, but one particular Norman...A Knight Raolfe de Gere, saved her life. Caryn has always longed to free of the cold surroundings....she years for freedom and the outdoors. But doesn't know if she could ever leave her sister, who suffered a form of brain damage and has finally managed to find peace after being rape
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sraxe
H and h have an MOC. He sleeps with his mistress during the early part of their marriage until consummation. Then, at a later point, H cheats on the h--because he ~can't handle his feelings~ or doesn't want to be controlled by them or some BS--with his previous mistress.

He also hits the h at one point.

He struck her such a blow that she reeled and slammed into the dirt. The salty taste of blood filled her mouth but Caryn welcomed it. She wished for its like and more, for in truth, she knew she de
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Esra
Apr 28, 2017 rated it liked it
Historical okumayı özlediğim için bir hevesle başladım..
Konuyu, anlatımı, karakterleri falan da çok beğendim.
Ama var bir eksiklik işte :(
Beyza
Mar 11, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Hikayeyi gerçekten sevdim. Kitabı alırken çok fazla kararsızlık yaşamıştım; okuduğum yorumlarda kimisi çok beğenmişti kimisi hiç beğenmemişti...Ben beğenenlerdenim. :)

Çoğu arkadaşımın tavsiyesine uyarak, hikayenin geçtiği dönemin koşullarının, yaşayış biçiminin ve düşünce yapısının bilincinde olarak başladım kitaba. Ama elbette bu, başta Ral olmak üzere, karakterlere çoğu yerde kızmamı engelleyemedi.Evet, Ral'in Caryn'e davranışlarına ve umursamazlıklarına çok kızdım, Ral'e lanetler okudum. Ama
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Regan Walker
Jul 08, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: medieval
Entertaining Medieval Romance

Set in England in 1072, this is the story of Caryn of Ivesham, a Saxon, who once tried to save her older sister from a brutal rape at the hand of the Norman knights, but failed. Now both are living in a convent and Caryn longs to escape.

Though a series of events, Caryn finds herself betrothed to Raolfe de Gere, the Norman knight they called Ral the Relentless. He has been given Braxston Keep, once the dwelling of her Saxon family. She agrees to wed him for protection
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Yumru
Oct 17, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kitabı beğendim,güzel bir hikayeydi,bir çok yerde kitabı fırlatma isteğime rağmen yinede devam etmek yazarın kabiliyeti işte dedirtiyor :)Tarzı bana biraz Henleyi anımsattı tek farkı tarihle bağlantılı yazmamasıydı.Hop oturtup hop kaldırmasıysa kesinlikle aynıydı ,bir çok yerde acaba neler olacak diye heyecanlandım.

Yer yer erkek karakter çileden çıkarttı ama bayan karakterin intikamları okunmaya değer doğrusu.Kitabı okurken unutmamak gereken önemli bir detay var ortaçağda geçmesi,bazı şeyleri si
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Mar 14, 2015 02:20PM  
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  • Lady Gallant (European Renaissance Duo, #1; Ladies, #1)
  • Lady of Quality
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  • Bride of the Lion
  • Stormfire
  • Wicked Dix (Hard Love Romance, #2)
  • The Lover
  • An Infamous Marriage
  • Contingency (Covenant of Trust #1)
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Kathleen Kelly Martin (aka Kathy Lawrence, Kasey Mars)

Kathleen Kelly was born on 14 July 1947 in the Central Valley of California, USA. She obtained a degree in Anthropology and also studied History at the University of California in Santa Barbara. She was a real estate broker, when she met her future husband, Larry Jay Martin. A short time after the two became acquainted, Larry asked her to read
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