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There's a lot of melodrama in this novel. At times Aislinn seems bi-polar, swinging back and forth between rage and happiness within one scene. Her mother acts so hysterical and goofy she's unbelievable. The female villains are horrible but it was kind of fun reading about them.
The language the author uses is meant to sound medieval, and at times it was hard to follow what the characters were saying. It got a little formal and flowery at times, and slowed the story down for me.
There is a real romance in there! I did warm up towards Wulfgar. The characters did seem more believable and sympathetic towards the middle of the story. Towards the late middle to the end I could not put it down.
Update 16/03/18: For whatever reason I thought of this book today and the theme I remembered was the h wanting the H to marry her. I loved it despite the "bodice ripper" theme.
I still love the Wolf and the Dove the best. I will re-read good books all the time. I wore out the first book and bought another one to replace the first one. When I started reading e books, I bought still another for my e book library.
Kathleen brings her people to life. Telling a story that all the bad things that happen to her. That she got the best in the end. A good lesson in life, by not complaining what goes wrong in life. Not telling about the little hurts others do to you. Doing the best you can, when all is going bad. She came out on top getting all the good things in life..........Cheri
I love this book and it's one of my top 5(#1 spot always changes depending on which book I have just re-read!). Ironic item, my step daughter is named Shanna and was born 11 years after the book was published and she was not named for the main character! Up until the last 8 months ago, I didn't find anyone who could keep me so involved with the characters while reading except Kathleen but recently I discovered Kathyrn LeVeque and I am voraciously reading all of her medieval novels as fast as I can.