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The Lily and the Sword

de Sara Bennett

Sèrie: Medieval [Bennett] (Book 1)

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Trapped in an old Saxon church, Lady Lily is dragged from her hiding place to the very feet of the warrior who's been hunting for her--Radulf, the King's Sword, a man whose name all speak in fear. Yet when she looks into his coal-black eyes, it is not fear that makes her tremble...but desire. So she lies to save her life--and prays to save her heart. Even though some instinct whispers that Lily's not who she claims to be, Radulf is helpless against his burning need to possess her. Furious when he discovers her true identity, he nevertheless marries her--not to protect her from the king's wrath, he tells himself, but to keep a close watch on her. For Radulf was betrayed by a woman once before...and now trusting Lily could cost him his life.… (més)
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Mostly enjoyable read. Great beginning and ending but the middle got bogged down. There was too much heroine thinking to herself," I love him but I can't tell him-I must guard my feelings" and too much hero thinking to himself, "I can't let her know that she rules me", etc. The conflict was pretty soft too, with the evil ex-lover of the hero, who pretty quickly gets killed after some initial conflict and her husband seeking revenge, as he blames the hero. We never do find out who did it. Overall, I like this author's style and I rate it about 3 1/2 stars. ( )
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Trapped in an old Saxon church, Lady Lily is dragged from her hiding place to the very feet of the warrior who's been hunting for her--Radulf, the King's Sword, a man whose name all speak in fear. Yet when she looks into his coal-black eyes, it is not fear that makes her tremble...but desire. So she lies to save her life--and prays to save her heart. Even though some instinct whispers that Lily's not who she claims to be, Radulf is helpless against his burning need to possess her. Furious when he discovers her true identity, he nevertheless marries her--not to protect her from the king's wrath, he tells himself, but to keep a close watch on her. For Radulf was betrayed by a woman once before...and now trusting Lily could cost him his life.

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