Hers To Desire

Hers To Desire From the moment they met Lady Beatrice yearned for the cynical Sir Ranulf But as the daughter of a traitorous nobleman she was tainted marriage was nigh impossible With little hope of securing the m

  • Title: Hers To Desire
  • Author: Margaret Moore
  • ISBN: 9780373771240
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the moment they met, Lady Beatrice yearned for the cynical Sir Ranulf But as the daughter of a traitorous nobleman, she was tainted marriage was nigh impossible With little hope of securing the man of her dreams for a lifetime, perhaps the clever young maiden could get her knight for one passionate night.Ranulf never believed he d ever love a woman well enoughFrom the moment they met, Lady Beatrice yearned for the cynical Sir Ranulf But as the daughter of a traitorous nobleman, she was tainted marriage was nigh impossible With little hope of securing the man of her dreams for a lifetime, perhaps the clever young maiden could get her knight for one passionate night.Ranulf never believed he d ever love a woman well enough to wed until he met the vivacious Bea.A jaded knight with neither power nor wealth had little to offer a noble lady Sent by his liege lord to take command of a castle in Cornwall, Ranulf was surprised beyond belief when the virtuous Bea suddenly arrived, intent on seduction Would desire or honor triumph in this game of love

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    1. Cornwall 1244Our hero Ranulf is 28 and our heroine Beatrice is 17. Beatrice comes from Tregellas when she hears that Sir Ranulf isn't living in the best conditions while being castellan at Penterwell. Since she loves him, she sets out to seduce him while helping him. She comes there, he doesn't want her there cause he doesn't trust himself with her. Thinks he's too poor to deserve her. Oh and those nasty secrets he's hiding. I loved this story! Ranulf was my favorite out this whole series so far [...]

    2. Author: Margaret MooreFirst published: 2006Length: 376 pagesSetting: Cornwall, England, 1204Sex: Explicit but only the once. Caring, loving.Heroine: Daughter of a traitor. Ward to Merrick, Lord of TregallasHero: Knight and just-made-castellan of PenterwellAnother good Medieval from Moore which respects the historical context. It's fluff, but it's good fluff. A typically angsty Harlequin, it has a nice story, engaging characters and a believable HEA.I liked it.Brothers In Arms Series:Book 1 Bride [...]

    3. Normally I love Margaret Moore and regard her as one of the best historical romance authors in the Medieval period but this one didn't float my boat as much as a lot of her other novels. My biggest issue with this one is the hero Ranulf. His sins are that he killed his brother and won a wager to deflower 14 virgins (ok it turns out to be only 4, but still) these are not really excusable in a hero. Yes there were mitigating circumstances - his brother killed his dog, and he accepts the wager beca [...]

    4. I'm still trying to figure out why every single male character thinks "I'm not good enough".It's a cliche storyline, but one Margaret Moore is good about doing.At least there was some mystery to the story, though she also gives away the "who done it" way too soon :(

    5. Cute medieval romance of Lady Beatrice, tainted by scandal and the harsh, sometimes unsavory Sir Ranulf.

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