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The Conqueror's Lady (The Knights of Brittany series Book 2) by [Brisbin, Terri]
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About the Author

Terri Brisbin is a mom, a wife and a dental hygienist (in her spare time!) and has sold more than 1.8 million copies of her historical and paranormal romance novels and novellas in more than 25 countries and 20 languages around the world. 

A three-time RWA RITA® finalist and USA Today bestselling author, Terri has been published by Berkley/Jove, Harlequin and Kensington Books. In addition to working on more historical romances scheduled for release through 2016, she has re-published her earlier books and has a new fantasy romance series coming from NAL beginning in 2015!

Visit her website at terribrisbin.com for more information or 'friend' her at Facebook at facebook.com/terribrisbin

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  • File Size: 538 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Historical (June 27, 2009)
  • Publication Date: July 1, 2009
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002F081S6
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,748 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the first book in Ms. Brisbin's fantastic KNIGHT'S OF BRITTANY trilogy. Books two and three are; The Mercenary's Bride (my absolute favorite of the 3 books) and His Enemy's Daughter (The Knights of Brittany) (another fantastic read), respectively. The trilogy centers around three knights, born and raised in Brittany, who are all of illegitimate birth. Against all odds, the three rise above their inferior origins to become landed members of the aristocracy. The hero of this book, Giles, and his best friends, Brice and Soren, were trained to be knights by their foster father, a nobleman, who took them in and raised them as his own, along with his own legitimate son. When the call to arms came from Duke William of Normandy, the three men joined the Duke's forces in hopes of finding land, wealth, and a future in England.

Although the trilogy has this common thread that runs throughout, each book can be read as a standalone. As a matter of fact, I started the trilogy by reading book two, after which I read book three, and finally, book one. I absolutely loved every single one of the novels, and can say, without reservation, that it is one of the best trilogies that I have ever read!
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Wanted to like this more then I did. Several reviewers felt that Giles was a bully. I didn't think so. He had a hard job to do and was trying to do it fairly. It didn't help that Fayth his 18 year old wife was a little confused and ditzy. I overlooked a lot of that because she was only 18 and seeing your country taken over by the enemy must be traumatic. But after a while her waffling became tedious. How many times did he have to prove himself? How many times did she betray him. But the clincher for me was I did not like the ending. Not the kiss and make up part. That was expected. It was the dealing with the enemy part that had no credibility and left me with a no way feeling.

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I'll try not to make this a true spoiler . The way the villain was handled at the end was ridiculous. No way would he have allowed his enemy to live. A man who still vowed to return with men to defeat William the conqueror. It would have cost Giles everything he and his friends had owned and worked for perhaps even his life. In fact his friends were there and they wouldn't of allowed it. For Giles to do so because he didn't want to upset his wife made him look weak and hen pecked.
What's with Fayth anyway. Her supposed best friend kidnaps her. Has her roughly bound and gagged and thrown over a horse. Tells her he is trading her off to some Welshmen to help form an alliance and doesn't care that she is already married. Or obviously how she will be treated. Threatens her if she tries to get away. But she is still worried about him because he is her best friend. What a ninny. I would have slit his throat at this point and saved Giles the trouble. Giles is right. He keeps telling her she needs to get some girlfriends.
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After William defeats Herald, Norman Knights are given Saxon holdings and the daughters of the keep as wives. One bastard knight eagerly storms the keep that is now his. Marrying the former Saxons Lord's daughter is easier than gaining her trust, especially when a powerful enemy holds her trust instead. LOVE THIS SERIES!
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There's a novella that introduces the characters of this series and I just could not avoid looking for the rest of the books to read. I am usually a fan of Regency and not this type of 12th century stories but I loved these. I felt as if I was living with the characters and really got immersed into their lives and strugles. I even cried when I read the endings!
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Terri you're a good writer but I feel this must have been one of your earlier books. There was very little dialogue. If we took out all the explanations and self thoughts I'm sure the book would have been 30 pages. The story had potential but the h was just a little to naive for me. Even at the end of the book I never truly felt the love connection between the H and h. The story of Soren was so much better and well written. It is worth the read. Give this one a pass.
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By Betty on November 30, 2013
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I really was more interested in reading the 2nd book about Brice, but thought I would read the series in order. I know the other reviewers thought this was mostly a 5 star, but I have to disagree. Giles was a bully and Fayth was a very weak person through out the whole book in my opinion. I did like Brice in this story but now I don't know if I want to continue the series, it seems like it could be a waste of money. They did also mention Soren who is in the 3rd book and that does peak ones interest also.
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