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  • Duty Call

    Duty Call🐺🍆⛲💪🔪💀 It's All About The Politics ADULT Historical Medieval🏰🔪 Romance💕 and Adventure🔪💪. Wessex, England 1171 AD. Ginevra👶, A baby girl, is betrothed to youngster,Wolfe, the second son of the Earl of Whetshire. Her father is Baron Southaven, and the contract is purely for political reasons. 1179 AD. Ginevra is now 8 and Wolfe is 16🐺. Wolfe and Ginevra's brother Robert are done with fostering and ready to go to the crusades, to Jerusalem as young knights. 1187 AD. Now Ginevra is 16 and Wolfe is 24 . They finally get married, but Wolfe🐺🍆⛲💪🔪 arrives hours and hours late and he's a drunken,muddy mess. Ginevra💃💋💔 is dismayed and angry. She wants a husband who cares for her, not a callous man who beds the maids in the castle 🏰 and thinks nothing of it.. ARC Provided by Booksprout 🌱 This ebook was $5.99 on Amazon 📔 at the time of this review. Opinions expressed here are entirely my own. This book does have numerous instances of ADULT cheating by Wolfe🐺🍆⛲💪🔪 in it. I have mixed feelings about this, but realize it was common since men had all the power in those days. The book spans a long time period of many years. The relationship between Wolfe🐺🍆⛲💪🔪 and Ginevra💃💋 was stupid and frustrating at times, and her shrewishness got OLD . There was one situation after another created by the author where the two would fight and then have hate s* x. Not my kind of story. There were parts of it that were illogical and frustrating, although some of it was quite emotional. It seemed to go on and on, like the author couldn't come up with an ending. Both characters were unlikable most of the time! I have read quite a few of her books and most of them are quite good, but not this one.

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  • I love the story

    The story worths your time and read the book. Love it. Will buy more of her book

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  • Very good..

    This is a very good historical romance! I liked it.. It is full of emotion and difficulties, with a huge storyline and interesting characters.. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Great read despite boorish hero

    Lady Ginevra-Gin - and Lord Wolfram-Wolf - have been engaged since Ginevra’s birth. The interaction between both children is described very well and entertaining in the beginning of the story. When the big day comes, Wolf decides not to consumate the marriage, partly under the influence of his good friend, Ginevra’s brother. What he does decide to do leaves a nasty taste with Gin and the reader. Years later they meet again at a tournament. Wolf is now quite impressed with his wife. Yet he cannot stay with her because he has made a promise to join the Crusades. Ginevra is left alone again and years later, when Wolf returns, it becomes a difficult but eventually happy reunion. Wolf is not necessarily a pleasant man, probably a man of his time. Do I think Wolf should be more remorseful and considerate after his dealings with Gin? Yes I think so. But would it also be a more pleasant book? I do not know. Because no matter how indignant I am about Wolf’s behavior, no matter how much time and misunderstandings pass between the two, I think it’s a good book. Nice structure, nice writing style, exciting, romantic and well-described emotions. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. des not to consumate the marriage, partly under the influence of his good friend, Ginevra’s brother. What he does decide to do leaves a nasty taste with Gin and the reader. Years later they meet again at a tournament. Wolf is now quite impressed with his wife. Yet he cannot stay with her because he has made a promise to join the Crusades. Ginevra is left alone again and years later, when Wolf returns, it becomes a difficult but eventually happy reunion. Wolf is not necessarily a pleasant man, probably a man of his time. Do I think Wolf should be more remorseful and considerate after his dealings with Gin? Yes I think so. But would it also be a more pleasant book? I do not know. Because no matter how indignant I am about Wolf’s behavior, no matter how much time and misunderstandings pass between the two, I think it's a good book. Nice structure, nice writing style, exciting, romantic and well-described emotions. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Emerald Knight, Recommend

    Whetshire Fortress, Wessex, 1171 A.D. Lady Ginevra has been betrothed to Lord Wolfram, second son to the Count of Whetshire since birth. But Wolf does not want to do it. I enjoyed seeing their story come together with all of its twists and turns, there is suspense, drama, danger, a villain, and romance. I found the story to be well worth reading and I would recommend. I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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