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Bound to the Warrior (Love Inspired Historical) Mass Market Paperback – March 5, 2013
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From the Author
When I visited Colchester, England, I became fascinated by the Norman conquest. There, even the Saxons solicited William the Conqueror to have his steward, Eudo, be their first constable. He proved to be a fair man, and thus sparked the idea of another Norman soldier coming to a strange land but showing compassion for its people. Bound to the Warrior was the result of such musings. I hope you enjoy this book!
About the Author
Barbara Phinney has traveled throughout her life, loving to explore the various countries and cultures of the world. After she retired from the military, Barbara turned to romance writing. The thrill of adventure, the love of happy endings, and a too-active imagination, all merged to help her create her stories. Barbara spends her days writing, building her dream home with her husband and enjoying traveling for more story ideas.
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Top Customer Reviews
In this story, we see the life of a strong woman who is willing to take risks, even to the extent of putting her own life at risk, for those she loves and learns to love.
This was a well written novel, which I thoroughly enjoyed. After reading this book, I would definitely look for more books by the same author. Besides enjoying the storyline, I enjoyed reading about the history between the Saxon's and Norman's.
Besides the flavor of a historical novel, it also has some elements of a suspense novel to it.
I would definitely want to read this book again.... soon!
The Christian part of this romance is that Ediva is bitter about her 1st marriage (also political) , and the way she was treated by priest. He told her to get used to the violence she endured from her first barbaric husband. The realistic way in which Ediva's heart is slowly melted is sweet. It is not all at once. The storyline contains enough connecting pieces that it kept my attention - in other words, it was not fluffy romance, it had substance.
The reason I give 4 stars is because I thought that Adrian could have been a little more affectionate, in that he did alot of hand kissing. I realize at first, Ediva was hardly ready for even that, but as their trust and the relationship grew, so I felt Adrian should have made his affection more known (not pg-13 or anything, but more kissing would have been nice).
not recommend this book if you are seeking to read a true Norman Conquest book. If you would like to read a true Norman Conquest ROMANCE, I recommend, The Axe, His Enemy's Daughter, Gem of Grevane just to name a few. I'm sorry I wasted my money on this book, I could have spent it on a book I would have liked.