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Oh I loved Griffyn and Gwen I cannot explain why I just do The story itself could use some improvement When the Holy Grail made its appearance late in the book I literally rolled my eyes I have to say the plots are not worthy of Griffyn and Gwen, who are wonderful characters and I loved them individually and together as a couple I honestly cannot recommend this book The plots are messy The characterization as well, especially Gwen s character She was introduced as a very interesting cha Oh I loved Griffyn and Gwen I cannot explain why I just do The story itself could use some improvement When the Holy Grail made its appearance late in the book I literally rolled my eyes I have to say the plots are not worthy of Griffyn and Gwen, who are wonderful characters and I loved them individually and together as a couple I honestly cannot recommend this book The plots are messy The characterization as well, especially Gwen s character She was introduced as a very interesting character, but in the second half all the lies weighed her down Griffyn captured my heart very early on and stayed the wonderful hero to me Don t ask me why I do not understand it myself Not that he wasn t great I could list all the holes in the characters but I still loved them I just liked Griffyn a lot, my medieval warrior giggling I hope to see Ms Kennedy improve as a writer She has created 2 lovable characters in this book for me and I would love to seesuch characters from her and them with a story worthy of them This book really, really worked for me Pagan is a hero to die for He falls and he falls hard for Gwyn but he has other duties and they are on opposite sides in a civil war He s brave beyond belief, he s loyal, he s honourable, in short he s everything we want in a hero Even though circumstances are against them, still he saves her again and again And well he should Gwyn makes for a wonderful heroine She s stubborn, smart, brave and funny as all get out It s not a laugh out loud kind of f This book really, really worked for me Pagan is a hero to die for He falls and he falls hard for Gwyn but he has other duties and they are on opposite sides in a civil war He s brave beyond belief, he s loyal, he s honourable, in short he s everything we want in a hero Even though circumstances are against them, still he saves her again and again And well he should Gwyn makes for a wonderful heroine She s stubborn, smart, brave and funny as all get out It s not a laugh out loud kind of funny, but a smile a lot funny The quips she and Pagan Griffyn exchange are delightful But he knows things about her that he doesn t tell her and she knows things she doesn t tell him Which considering they are on different sides, as well as the fact that her father stole his fathers lands from him, makes sense.The love they feel for each other is palpable and the choices, difficult to say the least While reading this book, I simply had to knowabout the history and spend some interesting time reading about Stephen and Matilda and her son Henry Fitz Empress I love it when a book has me digging into history Just remember this is from a non lover of medieval romances This is an assured, nicely written debut historical romance from Kris Kennedy However, I got up to Chapter 12 and decided not to finish for several reasons The heroine was coming across as one of those type that always ran into trouble In the course of one night, she was already abducted TWICE and threatened by yet another and the night was STILL not over when I left off The night never ended The book was also starting to set up wi Just remember this is from a non lover of medieval romances This is an assured, nicely written debut historical romance from Kris Kennedy However, I got up to Chapter 12 and decided not to finish for several reasons The heroine was coming across as one of those type that always ran into trouble In the course of one night, she was already abducted TWICE and threatened by yet another and the night was STILL not over when I left off The night never ended The book was also starting to set up with lots of coincidences which didnt appeal to me The language is full of metaphors and a bit on the flowery side I was reminded a bit of Kathleen L Woodiwiss but without the extra slow pacing Example The large great room of the London apartment was growing dark but, as the sun slowly set, a pale rosy hue streamed through the unshuttered window beside her, washing the room in a light reminiscent of fading roses and thinned blood.Gwyn sloshedwine into her cup, reflecting glumly on the sort of mind that went about creating gory metaphors of sunsets.Or this She wore a green gown Woven of rare and expensive silk, it shimmered like an emerald waterfall The bodice hugged tight, as did the sleeves, until they opened wide at her elbows and fell in graceful folds of silk Ebony curls spilled down her back with loose sprays dancing by her cheeks.I found I could deal with the language but then I came across the term rake as in lecher and this pulled me out of the story altogether because it seemed so incongruous in a novel set in 1152 A.D Saviour is also an anachronism while I am at it And these are just the ones that a moron like me caught I shudder to think what someone who actually knows and likes the medieval period might find.If KK writesbooks in the future, I wouldnt be adverse to trying her writing again because it was, for the most part, not bad.The book was heading to B C range for me when I decided to stop What a wonderful debut from Golden Heart winner Kris Kennedy The writing is lyrical and fresh The characterization is nuanced and multi layered There is much to love about this book And I ve got a feeling many, many readers will agree with me when it comes out in May Even if you aren t fond of medieval romance, you should give this one a try This book isthan its time period though it does stay true to its setting It is ultimately a story of the power of love and how it can transfor What a wonderful debut from Golden Heart winner Kris Kennedy The writing is lyrical and fresh The characterization is nuanced and multi layered There is much to love about this book And I ve got a feeling many, many readers will agree with me when it comes out in May Even if you aren t fond of medieval romance, you should give this one a try This book isthan its time period though it does stay true to its setting It is ultimately a story of the power of love and how it can transform and transcend all obstacles Witty banter, smoldering love scenes, and two damaged but ultimately redeemed protagonists what s not to love Keep an eye out for this one It s that good If you like your romances with an unoriginal plot, plentiful purple prose and very bad sex in great length and detail this might be for you Otherwise, skip it I wish I had. A beautifully written tale of betrayal and redemption Though it started out a bit slow, I felt it really picked up and turned into a beautiful story Very emotionally engaging My stomach was in knots as I waited for the final confrontation to come about Highly recommend. I didn t expect much from this 3 find at Border s, but I was pleasantly surprised I really enjoyed this book It takes place in the 12th century, and the main characters are Gwyn a countess who is in high demand, but who wants nothingthan to remain the master of her castleand destiny But one Lord Marcus her neighbor decides he wants Gwyn and her lands so she runs from his grasping hands, literally runs, from London, and Marcus sends his men after her She is saved by a highwayman I didn t expect much from this 3 find at Border s, but I was pleasantly surprised I really enjoyed this book It takes place in the 12th century, and the main characters are Gwyn a countess who is in high demand, but who wants nothingthan to remain the master of her castleand destiny But one Lord Marcus her neighbor decides he wants Gwyn and her lands so she runs from his grasping hands, literally runs, from London, and Marcus sends his men after her She is saved by a highwayman named Pagan and the two of them have a night of passion, and a lot of running But there is way too much to go into The next day, Gwyn thinks she is safe at the monestary she runs to, but Marcus is there and re captures her Luckily her king doesn t marry her to him, and she remains her own mistressbut she is the reason that Pagan is sent to the Tower and tortured He believes she tricked him and betrayed him, but really she was tricked by Marcus So a year passes, and King Henri takes over England, but Gwyn is to the north, and it takes longer for her to hear the news by the time she does, Pagan is at her gates, and ooh is he mad Turns out he s a baron in his own rights, the previous lord of Gwyn s castle, and he wants it and her back.Lots of intrigue, lots of treachery, and even some Holy Grail searching I d say it s got a bit of National Treasure, meets Braveheart Very good book, believable characterseven if Gwyn acted like an absolute idiot a few times, I had to remember that she was a young illiterate girl in the 1100s She was probably true to form, I just liked her fiery spirit, so her ignorance of politics when she places herself in the middle of them irritated me *DOWNLOAD ↠ Le valeureux guerrier ⇦ En l an , l Angleterre est branl e par de violentes guerres civiles qui opposent le Roi Henri II et le Roi Stephen Une nuit, Gwyn de l Ami, la jeune comtesse d Everoot, fait la rencontre du t n breux guerrier Griffyn Sauvage, elle est imm diatement s duite Mais Griffyn est en qu te de vengeance et il n a qu une id e, r cup rer les terres qui lui ont autrefois t vol es et dont Gwyn est d sormais l h riti re Oh boy Looks like I saved the second to worst for the last We re right back into two dimensional characters and a tangled unclear plot The whole guardian of a treasure subplot didn t seem to serve any purpose but to make the novel longer Maybe there was a minimum page requirement Kennedy had to meet Thank goodness I can get back to my regular reading now 3 Stars