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And oh so honerable He is also ready to start yell the SHE IS MINE and YOU ARE MINE s at even given momentI loved itThe only let downs about this book is that view spoiler The hero s friend Talbot tells Ryen that while she was sick he slept with another woman WE NEVER GET TO SEE HER RAGE AT AT HIM She dosent even mention it He is all for the have you slept with someone else but she Was Like Mums The Word Readers Know like Mums the word Readers know No he did not sleep with anyone else through out the novel but still i would of loved to see her get all ealous hide spoiler I truly enjoyed this although honestly I m not sure I would have enjoyed it uite as much if I d read it instead of listening to the audio It was very long and I sit in front of a computer all day reading tiny lines of code my poor eyes and head are losing their tolerance for long tomes such as this Plus I think the narrator did an excellent ob Some may nitpick about her not doing a French accent but I d rather forgo the accent than listen to one that is poorly done Plus she really kept the listener engaged and added to the sense of suspense and excitementThe setting is medieval Sometime during the hundreds of years that France and England were trying to destroy one another The story is action packed and full of twists and turns that were not always predictable I was on the edge of my seat at times unable to find a good stopping place so I could go to bed etc It all takes place in 5 6 months time but so much happens that it s almost hard to believe There are other things that are a bit unbelievable but I was able to overlook them and still highly enjoy the story Yet I must uibble because I enjoy complaining Plus if I wasn t emotionally engaged I wouldn t care enough to bitch about it The heroine Ryen De Bouries aka The Angel of Death leads a French army against the English with her two older brothers under her command Huh I could have easily swallowed that she was a knight under their command yet highly regarded for her wit and strategic mind When I think of a female knight I can t help picturing Brienne from HBO s Game of Thrones who is as big as a man and would never be described as conventionally feminine Ryen on the other hand is not very large She s described as dainty and soft looking when not in armor and knows how to play the part of a Lady She s skilled at swordplay and fighting but relies on her wit than her strength since she is not as strong as the male knights I Suppose It Seemed Dramatic it seemed dramatic the author to have her command the army that captured the infamous English Lord the Prince of Darkness Bryce Princeton But I think it made the story less believableThere were times when our witty and cunning heroine is TSTL As a warrior who relies on brains not brawn I think she should have been consistently portrayed as sneaky and introspective about her actions than hot headed or emotionally obvious For example why the heck didn t she ust pretend she was still locked in her room when Bryce escaped her father s castle I fully expected her to do so It s what I would have done She d have been off the hook Also she wakes up in an enemy stronghold after being unconscious for weeks She s being fed and well tended so I d think a rational person would cool their heals and not immediately try to escape in bare feet with only a small dagger when they could barely walk a few steps before hurling due to head injuries Still I liked her and couldn t give her the dreaded TSTL tag She was kind and very honorable although after 5 years of war you d think she d be less shocked about the brutal realities of war She stubbornly clung to a code of chivalry that everyone else seemed to follow at their convenience Of course as the only woman she had to be the best and follow the rules to the letter That s how it works when you re in the minorityThe hero was the ultimate bad ass and could be swoon worthy in his. Or known as the Prince of Darkness Those who whisper her name in fear and awe call her the Angel of Death She is a French warrior dedicated to fighting the English In place

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This is a book I read a long time ago but for some reason it has stuck with me I stole this one from my mom it has stuck with me I stole this one from my mom It was one of my first Historicals and one of the first books that I read several times I think I was a sopho in high school 1996 and I can t believe I got rid of it If you want a good medieval story based in war with a strong heroine and a very alpha male it s a good read Never had I read a heroine so bold and daring that I immediately felt the inclination to fling daggers at any random bystander to appease the inner hoyden of every lass DI understand the author s app one of my favorite Historical everstrong heroinebesotted blindly possessive hero who will gonna shout YOU RE DAMN FUCKING MINE to the heroinei love the plot of the storythis story leads me to purchase the authors other works Ryen beautiful intelligent young woman well respected warrior and knighted in France she is the leader of her warriors against England Due to her great feats on the battle field she is known as The Angel of Death and one of England s most hated enemiesBryce Strong Alph male smokin hot warrior well respected in all of England and is known as the Prince of Darkness he is one of France s most hated enemiesBeing a lover of medival romance this book certainly fulfilled my craving for this genre When these two meet there is angst distrust hatred and also a great sensual pull a desire so strong that cannot be ignored Their honor and pledge to their countries keep them from admitting their feelings while also making each distrustful of the other I fell in love with both and truly enjoyed my first read by this author There is the perfect balance of angst and sensual desire along with tenderness that kept me reading and enjoying of angst and sensual desire along with tenderness that kept me reading and enjoying one While reading this book i ve gotten so annoyed to the point where i almost stop reading the book but at other times all i could do was sigh in happiness the rating for this book was between a 2 and a 4 so i settled on a 3 There was Challengeri sügavik just so much going on and so many internal battles and misunderstandings that iust wanted to scream and cry and shout at whoever to ust let them be together again TOO MUUCH DRAMA first there couldn t be together because their honor and loyalty to their country then it was revenge and false hatred that kept them from each other and then there s a misunderstanding and all these other obstacles that keep them from each other it s ustso exhausting to keep up with and not good for my heart But then when they the hero and heroines finally get back together you can t help but feel that it was all worth itI LOVE THIS PART LOLview spoiler Give me your heart I must feast hide spoiler If you like your books without an ounce of grounding in reality to be totally implausible with no build up to a romance and filled with filler then this book might be for you To be honest it felt like this book was written by someone in Antwerp junior high school It wasn t terrible but barely readable A total skim fest for me The Cover is Beautiful and I want it painted on my bedroom wall 1996 Zebra books cover When I saw the cover i was in love I was looking for a medieval book with a tough heroine and and alpha male and boy did I find itGREAT book The HeroineRyen is a Knightwarrior woman but not so much that you can t see she is still a woman She i basically a tomboy hates dresses rather be out side with the boys type of girl So when she meets ByrceThe Prince Of Darkness she knows all about his legand and he calls her beautiful under the influence of tuth powder anyway with his being so sexy and mysterious and stuff she obviously wants toump his bones But never dreams of it until her BROTHERAndre suggests she let of some steam with him Problem Ryen is a virgin having never being interested in men as she is in Byrce The HeroByrceNeeds to be directed to my bedroom That is all He is completely Possessive. 16hrs 9minIn this exciting medieval romance the French lady knight known as the Angel of Death wages a battle of wills and desires against her dreaded enemy the English warri. The Angel and the Prince
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Protectiveness toward Ryen and his love for his son Still there were times I wanted to smack the crap out of him They both did a lot of wavering on their feelings crap out of him They both did a lot of wavering on their feelings one another since they were enemies but he was downright split personality at times Ryen was much consistent in her treatment of him than he of her He could be flat out cruel Also I m still torn on how I feel about his way He could be flat out cruel Also I m still torn on how I feel about his way life He lived in a castle that was dirty smelly and as far from civilized as you can imagine He was hardly ever there but when he did return I would have thought he d try to straighten things up The deal with letting the peasants starve unless they fought for food was possibly historically accurate but off putting Like Ryen I don t see how he could watch children starve shrug his shoulders and say only the strong survive Then again that s probably how it was in medieval England Peasants were basically chattel Just a random pop culture observation I couldn t help thinking of the Winchester boys from Supernatural during the H s imprisonment Head injuries galore and beatings no one could Varadero y Habana Maravillosa just bounce back from in ten minutes I ve always said that in real life the Winchesters would be drooling somewhere in a long term care facility Same goes for our hero especially since his angel had no nifty special healing powersSome spoilery musingsview spoilerWho the heck was the dead guy in the moat I assumed it was Bryce s companion but turns out he survived theump Did they ust randomly have people falling in this moat and drowning on a regular basisWhy the hell was Bryce so vicious to Ryen when she asked about the fate of her brothers This was during a time when he was ust waiting for the French King to refuse his outrageous ransom demands so he could basically own her His plan was to make her his mistress and it was clear that he wanted her to be a willing one Laughing about the deaths of someone s family members and then mocking any tears is NOT the way to get a willing bed partner I loved her response to him in that scene I m sure he felt about 2 inches tallWhy did Bryce have her surviving brother Lucien in his dungeons All French prisoners were supposed to have been killed after the big battle he and Ryen were both captured in Did he ask the King to spare Lucien s life as well If so why He ust locked him away in a filthy dungeon and told him Ryen was dead and told Ryen he was dead Her brother was cracked so Bryce supposedly lied to protect Ryen If so why was he such a bastard about the whole thing he could have taken better care of Lucien or put him out of his misery The mentally health system in medieval Europe was nonexistent Who d have thoughtAlso Ryen should have been far furious about this than she was She was angry and determined to free Lucien but she was still going to stay behind after freeing him because she d given Bryce her word she wouldn t leave I may have stayed behind to kick his ass but I d have thought the whole lying about my brother being dead and mocking my tears for him while he was locked in a dungeon with no light no sanitation and rats all around would have negated any promises I suppose I don t understand codes of honor or chivalry I d have damn sure made Bryce promise to release Lucien to her father which he did do before agreeing to marry him Yes he was shell shocked and dangerous but he was still her brother I think I was pissed than she was hide spoiler I love medieval romance and this is the second time I ve read the book something I rarely do There is lots of action and excitement that carries the reader from page to page The author did a good ob of portraying the hero Bryce PrincetonMy only criticm would be that the numerous twists turns and complications are almost too much and I found myself wondering when the two protagonists would finally admit their love I yield This stretches credulity too much for my tastes. F glittering ball gowns she wears shining armor Instead of practicing the gentler arts she wields a killing sword He is an English lord known as the dreaded Prince of Darknes.

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