1231 A.D. After a nasty skirmish along the England/Scotland border at Bog Wood, a badly wounded knight has crawled off to die. As women from the Clan Scott fan out across the battlefield to collect the spoils of war, one woman breaks off from the pack. She is sickened by the tradition of stealing valuables off the dead and runs off to hide. In her hiding place, however, lingers the badly wounded knight. The young woman is frightened at first but her natural instinct to lend aid takes over. She tends the knight and saves his life.
Would you listen to The Wolfe again? Why?
I would listen to this novel again and again and again. This is the best of the best in Le Veque's long list of novels. Five star novel with everything you could want in a historical romance novel: love, action, adventure, political intrigue, sex and knights battling to the end.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
While you want to listen to this all in one sitting, you just have to be patient and do it in stages from the sheer length of the story. You can't wait to get back to it!
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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.
What made the experience of listening to The Fallen One the most enjoyable?
Just a simple, enjoyable listen. Kathryn Le Veque is an awesome writer with stories that will keep you on the edge of your seat!
What did you like best about this story?
I truly enjoy Kathryn Le Veque's creativity. Her stories are designed with amazing characters, heart wrenching twists and turns and nerve racking adventure.
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1200 A.D. - After decades of warring between the Lairds of Kerr and Prudhoe Castle in Northumbria, a tentative peace is reached. The Lady Carington Kerr is sent to Prudhoe as a hostage to ensure her father's good behavior, and a more reluctant hostage there never was. Small and dark, with emerald eyes and a luscious figure, she is as gorgeous as she is fiery. Enter Sir Creed de Reyne; a gentle giant of a man, he is, by nature, calm and wise. He is the ice to Carington's fire.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend anything from Kathryn Le Veque. Each novel is a different story with intrigue, love, action and adventure!
Any additional comments?
It's hard to go wrong with Kathryn Le Veque!
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