In The King's Service

In The King s Service Twas said he could whisper a woman to bed and now Sir Blaidd Morgan had turned his considerable charms on Lady Becca Throckton But could she trust his intent A childhood injury had made her fit to be

  • Title: In The King's Service
  • Author: Margaret Moore
  • ISBN: 9780373292752
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twas said he could whisper a woman to bed and now Sir Blaidd Morgan had turned his considerable charms on Lady Becca Throckton But could she trust his intent A childhood injury had made her fit to be no man s bride, and yet the Welsh warrior made her feel she s a right to her woman s heart The Lady Becca surprised him, and that was rare, Sir Blaidd mused Indeed, sheTwas said he could whisper a woman to bed and now Sir Blaidd Morgan had turned his considerable charms on Lady Becca Throckton But could she trust his intent A childhood injury had made her fit to be no man s bride, and yet the Welsh warrior made her feel she s a right to her woman s heart The Lady Becca surprised him, and that was rare, Sir Blaidd mused Indeed, she had a fire that stirred him in unexpected ways Though he could ill afford a dalliance on this secret mission for his king, he found himself entranced Surely this was no mere idyll Nay, this had the feel of forever

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    1. Sir Blaidd Morgan, a trusted friend of King Henry II of England, has been sent to investigate Lord Throckton, a noble whom the King suspects may be plotting against him. Blaidd travels to Lord Throckton's castle under the pretense of wanting to court Throckton's beautiful oldest daughter, Lady Laelia. But it is Throckton's younger daughter, Lady Rebecca, whom Blaidd finds himself attracted to. But he knows he must still investigate her father, and bring him to justice if he is a traitor. Becca b [...]

    2. After an attempt at reading another Margaret Moore book, I'm rather surprised at how much I enjoyed this! The two leads were very well-written and enjoyable together. I especially liked how Becca wasn't your typical run-of-the-mill heroine, and was plain and crippled, but she was also spirited, kind, and smart. The storyline was interesting and fast, and I didn't know it took place during the time of the Plantagenets, which I find extremely interesting whenever I come across it.

    3. Molto carino, personaggi gradevoli e ben bilanciati, buon rapporto tra trama, colpi di scena e storia d'amore. Era da tanto che non trovava un medievale così piacevole, scorrevole e avvincente.E poi la protagonista è zoppa a seguito di un incidente, non potevo non immedesimarmi.

    4. A love storyMedieval love stories are the best. A strong man and woman make the best lovers and companions. Honorable and trustworthy.

    5. I always like the knight and lady type of story, and I've read the whole series. In The King's Service was not as good as the other books in the series.

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