Reader Review: Though I loved the wit and homour in the story and the anicdots were down right funny from the beginning to end yet I think the book was too long. At times it become too tedious. The plot was not very strong. It was typical story. More than once I found the naivety of the heroien very boring. You may like this book however, if you haven't read it, it wont be as if you have missed a great experience.
The Heart Of A Warrior
Mereck of Blackthorn has vowed never to love--for he is cursed with baresark blood and it runs hot. But he must take a wife. When he meets Netta of Caer Caldwell, he is willing to spirit her away from her father's violence, even if he refuses to give her his heart. . .
The Soul Of A Lover
With her father determined to be rid of her, spirited Netta cannot escape marriage to the heathen Mereck. But she soon learns that he is not the barbarian he believes himself to be--and his kisses fire her blood with a passion she longs to claim. . .
"Has every element of a classic Joanna Lindsey: biting repartee, steamy sexual tension, a bold heroine, a powerful hero. Johnson knows how to spin a tale. . .an accomplished debut." -- Romantic Times (starred review) on Risk Everything
"Very intense." -- New York Times bestselling author Susan Johnson on Risk Everything
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|Title of Romance eBook: Midnight's Bride|
|Release Date: 10-01-2007|
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Chapter OneWycliffe Castle, England, 1073
Lynette glared at the man who stood before the fireplace. Shorter than she, his dirty breeches bagged over scrawny bones. His tunic, stained with the food he had eaten in the past several days, drooped off one narrow shoulder. Baron Thomas of Durham had mayhap a dozen gray hairs on his head, even fewer teeth, and could not hear past the width of the table.
"Blessed Mary! He is older than you, Father," Lynette cried. "I thought I would lose my morning meal when he touched my hand. I cannot bear to think of him as husband to me. Nay! I'll not do it."
"Aye. You will." Baron Wycliffe's jaw set, his eyes glared his hatred. "Pretending to be great with child will not change it," he said as he stabbed a finger into the bulging pillow hidden beneath her clothing. "This is your tenth suitor in as many months. Your sisters tire of waiting for you to find the perfect spouse. The man does not exist." He slammed a fist on the table. Spittle flew from his lips with his bellowed words. "Hateful girl. You are all of eighteen summers. You will soon be too old to tempt even such a man as Baron Durham!"
"He is as skinny as James of Hexham was fat." Lynette rolled her eyes in disgust. "Every time he looks at me he drools through the few black teeth he has in his head. Hmpf! He tries to squeeze my breasts and asks if they are soft as a plump kitten."
The doddering old man leered at her through watery eyes. She glared back at him.
"I'll stay in my room until he is gone. I'll not marry him. Not now. Not ever."
"Aye. You will. Refuse and you will feel m...
Title: Midnight's Bride
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Midnight Bride is a great read. I could not stop r
March 5, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from fredericksburg, VA US
Midnight Bride is a great read. I could not stop reading. One of those storys you can not put down till the end.
January 30, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from DOHA, QAT
Though I loved the wit and homour in the story and the anicdots were down right funny from the beginning to end yet I think the book was too long. At times it become too tedious. The plot was not very strong. It was typical story. More than once I found the naivety of the heroien very boring. You may like this book however, if you haven't read it, it wont be as if you have missed a great experience.
August 4, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Snyder, TX US
I loved this ebook from the beginning till the end. A perfect mixture of laughter, romance, suspense and a bit of magic too. Merrick's character was described so well, I felt like I could see him myself and Netta!! What a fiery girl! Great match of two people different and yet so alike. The way the story was written was excellent, spellbounding. I can't wait to read more of Sophia Johnson's books.
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