Dragonblade Trilogy
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    Fragments of Grace: Dragonblade Trilogy, Prequel | Kathryn Le Veque

    Fragments of Grace: Dragonblade Trilogy, Prequel

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Tim Campbell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    A.D. 1291: Keir St. Hever is a powerful garrison commander for Lord Coverdale on the border of the Cumbrian vales. Whilst attending battle, he receives word that his own castle is under attack. Keir returns to Pendragon Castle to discover that his wife and daughter have been murdered, and his young son is missing. So begins Keir's descent into hell and despair. Three years later, Keir is still searching for his son as he is called upon to rescue the family of an ally whose castle is under siege.

    " With Thee Now I..."

    A Perfect Epithet

    Reviewed on August 07 2014 by tresjax (midwest)
  • 0.5
    Queen of Lost Stars: Dragonblade Series/House of St. Hever | Kathryn Le Veque

    Queen of Lost Stars: Dragonblade Series/House of St. Hever

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Brad Wills
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    Kaspian is tended by a woman who offers him her breasts as way of sustaining his life. At first, he looks at the situation as a necessity, but he soon comes to crave it. He struggles to keep his feelings from the widowed woman, but it becomes increasingly difficult. For a man who has known little compassion or kindness in his life, Madelayne comes to represent everything he has been missing. She soon becomes to represent everything he wants, and he wants her.

    Le Veque and Wills: The Dynamic "Medieval" Duo!

    It's been a while since I've read anything by Kathryn Le Veque so during a recent sale I snatched this one up. I don't think I've ever been disappoint..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 20 2016 by 🌼DARA (Niagara Falls)
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    Dragonblade: The Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 1 | Kathryn Le Veque

    Dragonblade: The Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Tim Campbell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    A. D. 1326 - Tate Crewys de Lara is the son of kings. The illegitimate son of Edward Longshanks, Tate has the qualities of a magnificent king. But fate is cruel, leaving him a mere knight protecting young Edward III during the uncertain days following the horrific murder of Edward II. While gathering allies for the young heir in Northumberland, he meets the Lady Elizabetha "Toby" Cartingdon. Daughter of the Lord Mayor of Cartingdon Parrish, Toby is a gorgeous woman with a mind for business. It is she who runs the parrish, not her father.

    Well written developed story, characters, plot.

    Let's face it not all romance novels are well written many are thrown together with a formula and without much character development going straight to..Show More »

    Reviewed on October 08 2014 by Kat5 (Maryland)
  • 1.5
    The Fallen One | Kathryn Le Veque

    The Fallen One

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Tim Campbell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    1332 A.D. - As the premier commander for Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, when he commandeered the throne from a young Edward III, Sir Mathias de Reyne is the type of knight that all men aspire to be: fair, powerful, intelligent, and bold. Men on both sides of the Mortimer/Edward lines respect and admire de Reyne for his outstanding character, including Dragonblade himself, Tate de Lara.

    Absolutely Fantastic!

    I loved the story of redemption, love, loyalty, and bravery in a time of chivalry and honor. Mathias and Cathlina, their families and the knights of ..Show More »

    Reviewed on April 27 2014 by tresjax (midwest)
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    Island of Glass: Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 2 | Kathryn Le Veque

    Island of Glass: Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 57 mins)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Tim Campbell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    1333 A.D. - The lovely and educated Lady Aubrielle Grace di Witney is what is kindly termed an unmanageable woman. Her uncle, the Earl of Wrexham, has been awarded custody of his niece because her mother can no longer handle the head-strong beauty. Like a coward, the earl abdicates his duties to his most powerful knight, Sir Kenneth St. Hever with the instructions to transform her into a submissive lady. Aubrielle and Kenneth are at odds from the onset; Kenneth expects obedience and Aubrielle is less than compliant.

    Another great LeVeque story

    This was a good story with interesting and engaging characters. The narrator was quite accomplished and enhanced the experience. My only negative, is..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 24 2016 by Biglumux (Florida)
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    The Savage Curtain: The Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 3 | Kathryn Le Veque

    The Savage Curtain: The Dragonblade Trilogy, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Kathryn Le Veque
    • Narrated By Tim Campbell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The year is A.D. 1333. At the conclusion of the English victory of Halidon Hill, King Edward appoints Stephen of Pembury the Guardian Protector of the newly captured city of Berwick. To cement this victory, he orders Stephen to marry the defeated Scottish commander's daughter, the Lady Joselyn de Velt Seton. In a marriage meant to symbolize the English domination over the Scots, Stephen is nonetheless attracted to his new bride; a petite, raven-haired beauty with pale blue eyes. Joselyn is a lady with a horrific past and dark secrets of abuse.

    Cornflower blue eyes...

    This was a great story, and I enjoyed the narrator. HOWEVER, if I had to hear about the "cornflower blue eyes" of the hero one more time I'd have thro..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 08 2014 by Clarice (Regent, ND, United States)