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“You can’t help but fall in love with Lynsay Sands!” (Christina Dodd)

A most-willing beauty wants to be the perfect wife - with everything that entails - to her brave and handsome new groom, but an outrageous series of mishaps seems to get in their way. Fear not, though, for true love will always prevail in New York Times and USA Today best seller Lynsay Sands’ wicked historical romance romps. 

Carrying her listeners back to Medieval England - centuries before the contemporary romantic affairs of her popular Argeneau vampire family - Lynsay Sands will enchant fans of Julia Quinn and Sabrina Jeffries with this classic tale rich in humor and passion.

©2005 Lynsay Sands (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • Agatha Istanbul
  • 26-08-20

Different era for Lynsay Sands - good!


Author, Lynsay Sands, usually writes in the Edwardian or Victorian era, but this story takes place in England in the 1200's, shortly after the Crusades. The people, and especially the women, have much harder restrictions to their actions. They aren't always imposed by males, but by the timely dictates of society then. Lynsay Sands books are very funny, and this one is no exception! But this book is also a mystery! It's a very intriguing book, and I did not know the "villain" until much later in the book. It's a good story, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! And I must say that the narrator, Justine Eyre, is very good with male voices! She is also good with female voices, but sometimes women narrators do not speak male voices very well. This is NOT the case with Justine Eyre. A good book about not worrying about what other's say, and learning to have confidence in oneself. I loved it!

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