missigi

Fiorentina Giannotta Giannotta từ Şeyhandede Köyü, 21600 Şeyhandede Köyü/Çermik/Diyarbakır, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ từ Şeyhandede Köyü, 21600 Şeyhandede Köyü/Çermik/Diyarbakır, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

Người đọc Fiorentina Giannotta Giannotta từ Şeyhandede Köyü, 21600 Şeyhandede Köyü/Çermik/Diyarbakır, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

Fiorentina Giannotta Giannotta từ Şeyhandede Köyü, 21600 Şeyhandede Köyü/Çermik/Diyarbakır, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

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missigi

The author sheds light on a world I can not know. To some extent I can relate to the literary world, the university life. However, I marvel at the courage it took to do something as simple, at least here where I live in middle America today, as to attend a book club, a forbidden book club in a war torn country. Hats off to those who have carried the torch before us and to those who carry it today.

missigi

The seventh installment in the Harry Potter saga was just what it needed to be. I really enjoyed it. I shall say no more.

missigi

If you described it to me, I'd say this wasn't my type of story. But it totally won me over with sharp writing and gorgeous art. Very European.

missigi

Sir Blaidd Morgan, a trusted friend of King Henry II of England, has been sent to investigate Lord Throckton, a noble whom the King suspects may be plotting against him. Blaidd travels to Lord Throckton's castle under the pretense of wanting to court Throckton's beautiful oldest daughter, Lady Laelia. But it is Throckton's younger daughter, Lady Rebecca, whom Blaidd finds himself attracted to. But he knows he must still investigate her father, and bring him to justice if he is a traitor. Becca believes she will never find a husband because she is plain and still limps from a childhood injury. So instead of concerning herself with gowns and suitors like her older sister, she busies herself running the castle and spending time with the servants, soldiers, and townspeople. At first, Becca is not at all impressed by Blaidd, thinking he is just another suitor trying to marry her sister. But she soon finds herself attracted to the handsome knight and dreams of a future with him, even though she doubts any man could ever want her. I have always enjoyed Margaret Moore's Medieval romances and this book was no exception. Becca was an enjoyable heroine to read about: strong, determined, and spirited, rather than just beautiful and helpless. Blaidd was a good hero, an honorable man who struggled to do his duty to his king without hurting the woman he loved. I'd recommend this novel to readers who like Medieval romances and are looking for an enjoyable and romantic read.