Bat I liked that the author infused her story with conflict that sprang from a less "obvious source Most of the English Civil War romances I have read admittedly few since " source Most of the English Civil War romances I have read admittedly few since don t seem to be many out there involve Royalist Roundhead pairings And that makes sense After all if "the hero and heroine come from opposite sides of the conflict the pairing will be charged with tension "hero and heroine come from opposite sides of the conflict the pairing will be charged with tension the start In this book though Dickson creates two Royalist characters and provides them with some past history rife with its own internal conflictsColonel Sir Edward Grey and Lady Arabella Fairburn were betrothed as children and Arabella in
PARTICULAR FELL IN LOVE WITH EDWARD fell in love with Edward they grew up making him Them back together and fleeing for his life Edward needs Arabella's help to protect his son Lady Arabella Fairburn is reluctant to aid the man who once spurned her yet. 39 B at AAR so 35 stars have to say if I "fell in love with a man and he abruptly nded our betrothal "in love with a man and he abruptly Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) ended our betrothal dumped me in favor of another woman I wouldn t be too happy And if he showed up on my doorstep years later and asked me to help him with his child from said other woman I can think of things I would say but none of them would be yes As it turns out the heroine of Royalist on the Run is way tenderhearted than I and that turns out to be a good thing because her choices lead us into whatnds up being a pretty good road romance The hero needed to brush up on his groveling skills and there are a few rough plot points but overall I spent a fine afternoon reading this bookRight off the. The fugitive colonel Years ago Colonel Sir Edward Grey broke off his ngagement to Arabella destroying their chance for happiness Now the English Civil War has thrown.
characters Royalist on the RunHe star of all her wishes and dreams Edward fell head over
Heels In Lust Within lust with woman and just as Arabella reached marriageable age he nded their betrothal and married this other woman Arabella found herself married off by her family to a man best described as difficult and both found themselves preoccupied by the ups and downs of the civil war that gripped England for the Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time ensuingight yearsThis is a partial review You can find the complete text at All About Romance 275I didn t really like the writing style I would be reading along and the "Use Of A Modern a modern or phrase would jarr me out of the I liked the premise of the book but in my opinion the One Wild Weekend execution wasn t there. Sees he is still honorable at heart Together theyscape to France where Arabella must decide if she can take a chance on Edward and their rekindled passion once agai. ,