Intertwined by life, destined by love, torn by their very natures...
Whetshire Fortress, Wessex, A.D. 1171: Since birth Lady Ginevra has been betrothed to Lord Wolfram, second son to the Count of Whetshire. There was never any question as to whom she would marry or who she would be. Life has been mapped out for her and she's going to live happily ever after as a Countess. However, there is one complication to her plans. Her rogue of a future husband isn't taking to their life together with open arms. In fact, he seems to enjoy finding reasons to put the nuptials off.
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If you enjoyed Emerald Knight by Michelle M. Pillow, you might also like Maiden and the Monster, The Mists of Midnight, and the Realm Immortal Series also by Michelle M. Pillow.
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The story began from when the heroine is a babe and continues throughout her lifetime. It was wonderful to see her reactions to her circumstances, the difficult times she lived in and how she blossomed into a woman.
This rich historical fiction was richly described by Michelle Pillow. it was easy to get immersed in this world. Her hero and heroine both had their POV's depicted in the story which gave them better depth.
Our heroine was well performed, especially since Ms. Parkin had to begin from childhood, to maiden to beautiful woman.
It was a long book which I was great full for as I really got to immerse myself in a major full length story and look forward to coming back to it whenever I took a break,
This book had so ,ice of everything from watching and experiencing the hero and heroine growing up, dealing with love, commitment, loyalty, war, heartbreak, sensuality. It is really a full length saga and I loved experiencing it in audio.
heart-felt, roller-coaster, love
One of my favorite characters was William, the lead character's younger brother. He always appeared kind, pleasant and charming...the way a knight should. He was willing to sacrifice his own opportunity at love to keep a promise to his brother.
Lesley Parkin's performance was spot on. I was initially hesitant when I first started listening, but soon began to look forward to hearing her read this tale. It was fun to listen to because the story takes place in old England, and with her British accent the story became more vibrant.
Oh goodness gracious! I was actually late to work one day because I was crying over one scene. I had to stay in my car until I could clear my eyes and reapply my make-up.
I have not once been steered in the wrong direction in regard to anything written by Michelle Pillow. I love her work!
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