Knight of Desire: All The King's Men Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
His surcoat still bloody from battle, William FitzAlan comes to claim the strategic borderlands granted to him by the king. One last prize awaits him at the castle gates: the lovely Lady Catherine Rayburn. Catherine risked everything to spy for the crown. Her reward? Her lands are declared forfeit and she is given this choice: marry FitzAlan or be taken to the Tower. Catherine agrees to give her handsome new husband her body, but she's keeping secrets, and dare not give him her heart. As passion ignites and danger closes in, Catherine and William must learn to trust in each other to save their marriage, their land, and their very lives.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 51 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 12, 2013|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #73,531 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#138 in Medieval Historical Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,136 in Medieval Historical Romance (Books)
#5,119 in Historical Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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As for the hero, he was even better, strong and powerful but so smitten (he fell in love first, celebrating that). I loved that instead of his being a womanizer charmer (with a too beautiful face) he was handsome an brooding. I loved his jeaulosy and how he messed up because of it, and how he tried to make amends afterwards. I loved that we got a lot of his point of view, of his thoughts and feelings about the heroine, especially while they made love. I absolutely adored that such a strong man could be so endearingly vulnerable because his all consuming love for the heroine, I just found him perfect. The story was romantic and entretaining, and because it had, no elements in it, that I hate to read about, I completely loved it . I could not put the book down. Unfortunately books like this are rare so I am doubly grateful that I discovered this story.
Not only did the passion fizzle, but I started to become frustrated with the damsel and the warrior. Over and over you hear how the warrior couldn't trust her because all of his men, including a prince, were twitterpated by her beauty. She on the other hand, could never love , or give him her heart because her dead husband had raped and beat her so many times, she became cold and frigid. So she doesn't allow herself to to ever love, but ironically, she does the love the Prince as a brother! Uggh, because of this, we go round and round with the story line.... trust vs love. Is she the mistress of the Prince? How many men has she slept with...blah blah blah...over and over and over
Warrior tries so hard to love her, show he is a good man, and in the end.......She doesn't even tell him that she loves him!!