The Bought Bride Lady Rhoese of York was an undoubted prize A wealthy landowner she would fill King William Rufus s coffers exceeding well if one of his knights were to marry her Judhael de Brionne accepted the chall

  • Title: The Bought Bride
  • Author: Juliet Landon
  • ISBN: 9780373293667
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lady Rhoese of York was an undoubted prize A wealthy landowner, she would fill King William Rufus s coffers exceeding well if one of his knights were to marry her Judhael de Brionne accepted the challenge Unable to secure English property any other way, this Norman army captain was prepared to take Rhoese as part of the deal After all, she was beautiful enough albeitLady Rhoese of York was an undoubted prize A wealthy landowner, she would fill King William Rufus s coffers exceeding well if one of his knights were to marry her Judhael de Brionne accepted the challenge Unable to secure English property any other way, this Norman army captain was prepared to take Rhoese as part of the deal After all, she was beautiful enough albeit highly resentful and surely he would be able to warm his ice cold bride, given time

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    1. The romance genre is structured with initial conflict between two people, usually misunderstandings along the way, and finally a happy resolution. Romance readers know this; and they enjoy the trip in their favorite novels.The trip in this novel was rather tedious, for me. I wanted to smack Rhoese several times. Although she realizes she's "in love" she insists on "getting revenge" when it comes to Norman officer, Jude. Rather than talking, she assumes too many things and believes almost anyone [...]

    2. This writer either needs to learn to edit, or find someone who can. Too many characters that show up for 5 pages and then are gone. Everything wrapped up in last 5 pages and by then I had forgotten 75% of the unappealing characters that she was writing about. If a castle they are staying in has children, they are all named and brought into the plot and then dropped. And the blind naked brother with his aide, honestly! And the older sister is worried about how other men look at him, put some clot [...]

    3. This is set in an obscure time in history and the author spends zero time explaining customs we're not familiar with. Also 75% of the book is spent with the main characters not even spending any time together.

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