His to Keep: A Medieval Romance Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08M4BS32V
- Publisher : Red Starling Press (November 9, 2020)
- Publication date : November 9, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1550 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 298 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08N3JM4X1
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #86,543 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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As Ian and Claire struggle to overcome their past resentments, it’s interesting to read about the growing attraction between the two. I enjoyed learning about the details of life in a castle during this time period. With vibrant characters, author Sherrinda Ketchersid offers readers an emotional tale, transporting us to historical England. A sweet romance story about a love to keep!
Favorite quote: All she had to do was let go of her hate and bitterness, and trust God to heal her heart.
From the first page with her adept storytelling skills, you are swept into the story of Claire and Ian. You see the journey of their relationship blossom from a thorny branch into a beautiful flower.
Pour yourself a large cup of tea or coffee, and delve into reading this book, set your Crockpot to make dinner for you and the family. You'll be too busy reading to think about dinner.
I can't wait for her next novel!!
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The reason for the four stars is because every other page we were reminded of the physical desirability of the two main characters. I don't mind books acknowledging the fact that people sleep together, particularly once they're married. I don't mind knowing that physical attraction is part of the equation in their relationship. I don't even mind if the book has multiple conversations about it as the characters decide whether to wait for a priest. But when the book is heavy handed with its reminders of how much the two can't wait to get each other in bed, I think it can be problematic. Still, it was well within the range of clean fiction and did not have any actual bed scenes.
I'd recommend this to nemies to lovers fans and medieval romance fans.
Ian has gotten an inheritance from his King and the English king of an estate and a bride. Of course, he didn’t count on having to sneak through the toilet channel to get into the castle as his bride-to-be is very much against letting a Scot into her home. She didn’t receive notice of this change in plans.
What happens is hilarious and kept me reading to see if Claire will ever accept Ian. Add in a nasty neighbor and then the family of Ian’s coming to visit and things get really interesting. His life at home was miserable and he can see his brother has not changed from the tormenting demon of his past through his sister has become so sweet that he would be okay with spending time with her.
Can Claire come to terms with not having a say in her life? Will Ian accept that not all people are bad and that maybe he is deserving of love? And will they come to a truce over the owner of this land and marriage?
A wonderful read and I really encourage you to read it. I enjoyed it and hope you do too.
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