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  1. says:

    Meh Snooze One review for another of Townend's books puts it best blá blá blá repetitivo I can't tell you precisely what language that is Spanish maybe? Portuguese? but such a sentiment must be universal because it's precisely my English speaking reaction The hero is bland the heroine is meh overarching plot is thinner than a Nilla Wafer; the leads repeatedly rehash the same sticking points over over doing their damnedest to bolster the page count with previously established stumbling blocks revelations on a feedback loop The endless feels were enough to put me to sleep turning a relatively short romance into a marathon of perseverance side eyed disbelief Nobody really does anything the mystery about the maid was resolved with a whimper as she literally exits the story off page never to return WTF Blá blá blá repetitivo indeed Best thing about this one is the beefcake knight on the cover who looks like he could kick the hero's assEDIT Apparently the maid returns for her own story later in this series fitting given that she's the most interesting character in the book But unless I'm wow'd by the other 2 Townends already on my shelf I won't be bothering


  2. says:

    It is the late twelfth century and in her long years at the convent waiting for her betrothed and feeling like a prisoner Lady Isobel de Turenne has built the Comte d'Aveyron Lucien into a fantasy a man who will rescue protect and love herBut when the comte finally returns to claim his bride Isobel finds instead a man of contradictions one who masks dark secrets with desire As the secrets are slowly revealed Isobel swerves between horror and understanding She tells herself that it is merely a political marriage of convenience yet her heart tells a different story Isobel is a strong character independent and at times headstrong She wants her freedom yet needs the love of a husband A well built story with believable characters and an evocative sense of time and place


  3. says:

    not only was this book a really great romance leaving me sighing but Carol Townend gets so much historical detail in that you really feel as if you're there Can't wait for the next in the Knights of Champagne series


  4. says:

    I gave up on this story a few chapters in The disrespect the hero shows the heroine was really disconcerting to me He delays their marriage and keeps her waiting in a convent for years without telling her why When they do meet he treats her like a child and not a 20 year old adult which would have been considered well into adulthood in that time period I especially disliked that although he admires her will and determination he also thinks he is going to discipline her Look I know during the medieval period women were supposed to be obedient to their husbands but it made me dislike the hero I felt sorry for the heroine and kept hoping someone better for her would come along


  5. says:

    I'm sure I would have been killed if I'd lived back then I couldn't have conformed to the way of life I'd have been worse than Isobel The romantic in me enjoyed this book and if you're looking for a fairly casual easy to read romp this book is for you I mostly liked the characters although I often wonder why people are so slow to see what is right before them ; Nice to see a man portrayed in a positive non piglike way Most men are not brutish bastards and it's nice to see kindness and a loving nature portrayed in a man of means and substance and status I liked this book and would read it again Oh And I totally worked out who Elise was before the reveal P I recieved this book for free through goodreads


  6. says:

    I loved this book and can't wait to read from Carol Townend I liked how strong Isobel was even though she was scared I really like that Lucien was honorable and stood up for Isobel when people were putting her down even when he didn't really agree with her It was pretty easy to figure out who Elise was ahead of the reveal I received this book free from Goodreads


  7. says:

    Received this as a Goodreads ARC What can I say I love romance esp Historical romance Yes it follows the form of most romances but I think that is why we love them Who doesn't like the knight charging in and falling in love with the beautiful maiden Give me


  8. says:

    While reading this story I was transported back in time to the 12th century This author studied ancient and medieval history and it shines through in this book She made a good mix of history and romance with a theft thrown in to make it an even exciting read


  9. says:

    Did not finish not the book for me


  10. says:

    Miniseries Knights of ChampagneCategory Historical Romance


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Lady Isobels Champion Knights of Champagne #1

review Lady Isobels Champion Knights of Champagne #1

HIS LADY IN WAITINGIn her long years at the convent waiting for her betrothed Lady Isobel de Turenne has built the Comte d'Aveyron into a fantasy a man who will rescue protect and lov. Meh Snooze One review for another of Townend's books puts it best blá blá blá repetitivo I can't tell you precisely what language that is Spanish maybe Portuguese but such a sentiment must be universal because it's precisely my English speaking reaction The hero is bland the heroine is meh overarching plot is thinner than a Nilla Wafer; the leads repeatedly rehash the same sticking points over over doing their damnedest to bolster the page count with previously established stumbling blocks revelations on a feedback loop The endless feels were enough to put me to sleep turning a relatively short romance into a marathon of perseverance side eyed disbelief Nobody really does anything the mystery about the maid was resolved with a whimper as she literally exits the story off page never to return WTF Blá blá blá repetitivo indeed Best thing about this one is the beefcake knight on the cover who looks like he could kick the hero's assEDIT Apparently the maid returns for her own story later in this series fitting given that she's the most interesting character in the book But unless I'm wow'd by the other 2 Townends already on my shelf I won't be bothering In the Grip years at the convent waiting for her betrothed Lady Isobel de Turenne has built the Comte d'Aveyron into a fantasy a man who will rescue protect and lov. Meh Snooze One review for another of Townend's books puts it best blá blá blá repetitivo I can't tell Dom na Zanzibarze you precisely what language that is Spanish maybe Portuguese but such a sentiment must be universal because it's precisely my English speaking reaction The hero is bland the heroine is meh overarching plot is thinner than a Nilla Wafer; the leads repeatedly rehash the same sticking points over over doing their damnedest to bolster the page count with previously established stumbling blocks revelations on a feedback loop The endless feels were enough to put me to sleep turning a relatively short romance into a marathon of perseverance side eyed disbelief Nobody really does anything the mystery about the maid was resolved with a whimper as she literally exits the story off page never to return WTF Blá blá blá repetitivo indeed Best thing about this one is the beefcake knight on the cover who looks like he could kick the hero's assEDIT Apparently the maid returns for her own story later in this series fitting given that she's the most interesting character in the book But unless I'm wow'd by the other 2 Townends already on my shelf I won't be bothering

characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Carol Townend

E herBut when the comte finally returns to claim his bride Isobel finds instead a man of contradictions one who masks dark secrets with desireWary of a man's touch but desperate to gr. I'm sure I would have been killed if I'd lived back then I couldn't have conformed to the way of life I'd have been worse than Isobel The romantic in me enjoyed this book and if you're looking for a fairly casual easy to read romp this book is for you I mostly liked the characters although I often wonder why people are so slow to see what is right before them ; Nice to see a man portrayed in a positive non piglike way Most men are not brutish bastards and it's nice to see kindness and a loving nature portrayed in a man of means and substance and status I liked this book and would read it again Oh And I totally worked out who Elise was before the reveal P I recieved this book for free through goodreads Successful Intelligence you're looking for a fairly casual easy to read romp this book is for The Language of Thorns (Grishaverse, you I mostly liked the characters although I often wonder why people are so slow to see what is right before them ; Nice to see a man portrayed in a positive non piglike way Most men are not brutish bastards and it's nice to see kindness and a loving nature portrayed in a man of means and substance and status I liked this book and would read it again Oh And I totally worked out who Elise was before the reveal P I recieved this book for free through goodreads

Carol Townend ☆ 5 characters

Asp her new freedom Isobel must decide if it's solely duty forcing the comte to marry or whether he is truly her longed for championKnights of ChampagneThree Swordsmen for Three Ladie. Received this as a Goodreads ARC What can I say I love romance esp Historical romance Yes it follows the form of most romances but I think that is why we love them Who doesn't like the knight charging in and falling in love with the beautiful maiden Give me