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Invasion (Pendyffryn: The Conquerors) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 7, 2013
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About the Author
Lily Dewaruile is the pen name of an American writer who lived in Cymru(Wales) for 30 years. Writing as Lily, she explores the history and culture of 9th and 10th century in a turbulent period of Cymru's history. Her five-book series, Pendyffryn: The Conquerors, is the story of mercenary warriors and the women who conquer them. The first four novels, Invasion, Salvation, Betrayal and Revival are now available. Her first historical novel, Traitor's Daughter, is the story of lies and betrayal that lead to the deaths of a family in the wild region of the Tywi river. The sequel, Vengeance's Son, is scheduled for release in Fall 2013.
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For those of you who like steamy love scenes through a story you will be very disappointed here. Nothing and I mean nothing happens until the very last page! I did think the hero was very long-suffering and patient with the heroine, but I never got a good description of him except that he was "pleasant looking" with dark curly hair. She was just described as tall, slender with ash colored hair and hazel eyes. No real mention of whether she was beautiful or even passably attractive. Neither ever really admitted they loved each other (there was no "moment" of discovery) and the whole story seemed to revolve around his misconceptions of her having a miscarriage (she didn't) and everyone's belief she had had another lover (also not true) and was sleeping with the hero as his "whore". In the end, THAT was not even fully resolved in his mind! He didn't even realize she was a virgin when they FINALLY consummated the union! Huh?! After all the buildup, the story just ends abruptly and nothing is really resolved. I found myself wishing fervently that I had not spent the money to purchase this book.