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Fairest of Them All Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 1995
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After all that trust and true love build up that I get from the beginning. The author drops me off a steep cliff. I started to despise the hero after he drags her half naked over the field for people to see. Then locks her up in the tower not for one day but several days claiming its to protect her from him. The wife actually forgives him. I could barely continue the story after that. I strive to finish this book just to see if it redeem itself. Sigh.... not really enough for me enough though it is a happy ending.
I am sorry but no matter how in love you are with your wife. I cannot forgive the him for locking her up like that. He could have sent her home. That would have made sense. That I would accept. But he wanted to possess her after seeing her true form. The sex scene in the lock tower was disgusting to me. All I saw afterwards was he only saw her for her physical beauty. He condemned her for being beautiful. Yes she lied to him. But he only married her for her money at the beginning anyway. If he truly loved her for her inner beauty like the story was building up for us to believe he wouldn't have locked her up. He wouldn't have mistreated her. He wouldn't have believed those stupid curses. He would have believed in her. I believe that love does conquers all but this story did not show that to me.Read more ›
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Great read. Had everything a good romance needs. The fair maiden, handsome hero, and just enough oomph to keep you interested.Published on June 10, 2014 by Cyn
I was very unhappy I ordered this book for my wife along with four other books. She is pregnant & on bed rest. All 5 books were supposed to be new. Read morePublished on July 11, 2013 by Paul Simpson Jr
Medeiros gives us a story that takes place in old England when knights and castles were a way of life: when women were bartered for money or favors to men for their wives. Read morePublished on March 23, 2013 by Claudette Cleveland
This book was an enjoyable read for an evening. Liked the charm of the story very much, would recommend this book!Published on February 28, 2013 by muse
I have read more than twenty of Mrs. Medeiros's books now and I must say that she still has the power to capture my attention in such a profound way! Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Cassie Chapman
Finally,a women who is not impressed with her own looks, and a man who wants a plain wife. I loved the way this story progressed and the love that finally grew between the two.Published on January 12, 2013 by Freck's Mom
I liked it enough to purchase twice, once in paperback and now a digital copy. This is one of, if not the, first novels by this author. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by firstname.lastname@example.org