I loved this book from beginning to end. A lovely story by one of my favorite narrators.
The Scottish Highlands, the Crusades, a villain. I enjoyed this book but it required some Kleenex.
This was not my favorite in the series. Book 1 and 2 were much better. I was not impressed by the narrating this time.
I loved everything about this book. I laughed, I cried. I am a sentimental fool when it comes to matters of the heart. I felt for both characters through the ups and owns, the battles of the times in Scotland. It was a difficult time to live and love. Great book.
For one thing I did not like the style in which the book was written. One reviewer called it "Delightful". I did not consider it delightful. It was somewhat tedious. I thought the author was trying to imitate Jane Austen in this novel. It didn't work for me.
I am always amazed by authors who do not choose a good narrator for their book. There is nothing worse than to read a review that makes the book sound very interesting only to have it ruined by a terrible narrator. Brad Wills is a very good narrator and he does not disappoint in Rowan's Lady. He has a wonderful narrating voice. Combined with a good book you can't go wrong. I enjoyed Rowan's Lady.
Two people trying to overcome a tragedy in their past. They meet up again with happy sad consequences. I liked the story line a lot.
While the story and performance were very good I have two things to criticize. The first is the fact that too much narration can be overkill and many authors are guilty of writing too many words when a few words would have worked. The second is at the beginning of each chapter the narrator quotes poetry in a soothing type voice. Drove me crazy.
I liked the touch of mystery laced with romance in this book and as far as I am concerned Anne Flosnik is one of the best narrators. A who done it. Loved it.
It is amazing how, in some books, the two main characters are so quickly drawn to each other and how easily they are seduced. A confirmed rogue and a spinster (young by today standards) and the chase is on. A little humor in the dialogue with the two main characters in their banter. Is it love, or lust?
Lady Margaret "Meg" Wyatt was my 14th great grandmother so I was thrilled when I came across this novel of Anne Boleyn's friendship with Meg Wyatt. I thought it was very well done. In this book Meg Wyatt is very devoted and loyal to Anne Boleyn right up to Anne's violent end. Historically interesting with facts regarding Anne's execution. They were violent times in history.
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