By Right of Arms

By Right of Arms Edward the Black Prince eager to reward his friend Sir Hyatt Laidley as well as to use his talents to claim and subdue land in France sends him to conquer De la Noye In the battle Giles lord of

  • Title: By Right of Arms
  • Author: Robyn Carr
  • ISBN: 9780316129695
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Edward, the Black Prince, eager to reward his friend Sir Hyatt Laidley, as well as to use his talents to claim and subdue land in France, sends him to conquer De la Noye In the battle, Giles, lord of De la Noye, dies, and Hyatt claims Giles s widow, Aurelie, by right of conquest She resists him and bitterly resents him, thinking him responsible for Giles s death, and lamEdward, the Black Prince, eager to reward his friend Sir Hyatt Laidley, as well as to use his talents to claim and subdue land in France, sends him to conquer De la Noye In the battle, Giles, lord of De la Noye, dies, and Hyatt claims Giles s widow, Aurelie, by right of conquest She resists him and bitterly resents him, thinking him responsible for Giles s death, and lamenting her own loss of power But both her own strong sexual attraction to him and her growing awareness that he is an excellent landowner who promotes the welfare of his subordinates change her attitude As she grows to love him, he comes to acknowledge at last his love and need for her.

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    1. This kills me, as Robyn Carr is one of my favorite authors, but at page 250 I just gave up, and read the epilogue (which was cute, actually.) The book dragged, and it just didn't hold my interest.Maybe it tookCarr 21 years to perfect her craft and come up with my favorite Virgin River? I'm glad she didn't give up!

    2. I'm glad I decided to go back and read these early books by this author; they are very good. This story is set in France and describes the English victory over the French and how different the victors enjoyed their spoils. The reader gets a view of both the destruction wrecked by a ravaging victor and the goodness of a true knight making his will known while treating his 'captives' in a just manner.

    3. I'd seen this author's books on the shelf many times and decided to grab a couple. Interesting to see that she has moved on to western romances. This and the other one I read were carbon copies - medieval woman forced to marry rough soldier type, she's a virgin, they have great sex but don't trust each other.

    4. I was immersed in this historical romance all the way through to its exciting ending. I was totally in sync with the heroine when she justifiably hated the hero then followed right along with every step as it changed to love. English Sir Hyatt conquers the french stronghold of De la Noye and its lady Aurelie is forced to marry him.

    5. Skilled writer with words. You read, the story goes, the main characters developed, and you wait for the story to reach its boiling point. Once, it's there and you were like that's it!? I felt that the story peak events doesn't really quite there yet.

    6. I admit this was not one of my favorite Robin car books. Perhaps it was because I've almost always read her contemporary fiction. But it was a good book. I didn't really get all that into it until about halfway through. It took me a while but I finally did and I really enjoyed it.

    7. I did really like this book, having said that though i sometimes got annoyed at the author's style of writing - the writing style was clever like how you would imagine them talking in that time period - but i'm not sure if i liked that!!!

    8. I both hated and loved the suspense in the story. I loved it because it was simply great. And I hated it because that freaking waiting game made my stomach hurt. I do not do patience well!

    9. Love Robyn, but not a big fan of historical. I listened to this on audio. Glad I did with all the French words. Like Hyatt and Aurelie. Good story if you are a fan.

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