A betrothal has been announced that will join together Britain's two most powerful families - a union of wealth and influence to rival even the King himself. However, not only does the ambitious King John oppose this wedding, but Milisant and Wulfric - the intended bride and groom - are equally unhappy with the arrangement. Two passionate, headstrong people, they resent being thrown together for purely dynastic reasons. But fate's many twists and turns - and the unpredictable predilections of two unconquerable hearts - will turn an unwanted marriage of convenience into a true and eternal joining of desire and love.
©2000 Johanna Lindsey; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Always, Ms. Lindsey gives us what we want - a memorable, wonderful read that brings us laughter and joy. That's her magic." (Romantic Times)
I actually really liked this book. If you are a medieval/romance lover you certanly will like this one, it is exactly what you would expect, predictable and kind of enjoyable. I loved that Wulfric and Milisant hated each other since childhood and the way they constantly irritated one another to all of a sudden "realize" they love each other.
It's funny how Milisant desperately serches for a way out of the marriage and how the murder plot makes for a way to bring them together.
If somewhat typical, this book is pretty good.
I liked the story line but found the heroine annoying, especially her voice. The narrator was great, but the voice used for the heroine was to sharp and unfeeling, it didn't warm you to her, her sisters voice was lovely and would have been much more alluring for the heroine. I enjoy most of these audio's by Johanna, but this audio, whilst parts were great, left me just shrugging and saying, it was just ok.
I enjoyed this book. It went along at a good pace. The one thing that I didn't care for was the woman acting and looking as a man/boy. I feel this idea is used too often. But still an enjoyable book.
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