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    Conflict and misunderstandings abound

    This book had so much potential with a basic plot that could have been richly embroidered, however it fell sadly short of the mark. As a noble lady in captivity, Celiese was abused, misused and mistrusted, then hung out to dry! The fact that her captors used her as bait was one thing, but that the man who married her chose not to try to understand her situation, was really sad. I found the constant bickering, insults and abuse hard to tolerate but continued reading, hoping that the story would redeem itself. It did to some extent in the last chapter but as a reader I found it too little, too late. I cannot accept that a nation of people who had the ability to build magnificent sailing ships for their times, who conquered and settled new lands and went where no men had gone before, could jump to conclusions and be as small minded as portrayed in this book, especially as it was 920 AD and not BC. I do hope that the author takes another look at this book and rewrites it, taking into account the history of the times and to major more on building relationships than petty jealousies. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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