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- Publication Date: July 25, 2017
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- Language: English
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Morgan (Brethren Origins Book 4) Kindle Edition
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He's been ordered by the king to marry and shows up late for his wedding directly from the whorehouse and is very vocal about his displeasure with his chosen bride. He exchanges vows with Hawisia and then proceeds to ignore her and dance and flirt with other women. Later when he is confronted by Arucard about his appalling behavior, he again states that he had no desire to marry Hawisia and that he wanted her younger sister. But he what he doesn't know is that Hawisia has overheard the entire conversation and when she steps out of the shadows, she's more than happy to tell him that that was fine because she didn't want to marry him either.
These two have a rough beginning - Morgan cannot understand how she has not fallen at his feet like other women and Hawisia has no desire to be hurt anymore than she already has been by him. She's a dutiful wife in every sense of the word but she refuses to open her heart to him.
At first Morgan is fine with Hawisia basically just being his bed partner and servant. But soon he begins to desire more and asks his Brethren brothers and their wives what he can do to make her love him.
It was very sweet watching Morgan change and become a loving husband. And sweeter still once Hawisia allowed herself to love him back.
I would highly recommend this book and while it could be read as a standalone title, it would be best if the series was read in order.
Our h is sweet, somewhat plain, carries her heart on her sleeve and is more servant than wife. Which is all the fault of Morgan, oh how I wanted to stop reading because he was so arrogant and conceited. His turn around was to fast for me and unrealistic.
When they consummated their marriage he was a brute and only thought of his conceited self. It was hard to feel the lovemaking as passionate when it was one sided. It was mildly described and didn't become loving until near the end.
This was mostly a relationship build, as there were no fight scenes or much tension. My least favorite of the series. We do get a nice Epilogue which I enjoyed. We do get HEA, near the end romance story and no cliffhanger for our couple. But, the last of the unmarried Templar's goes missing, so that is the next story. I only hope the formula changes some because they are becoming somewhat of a cookie cutter story. (ljb)