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Friday, June 12, 2009

Review - Bethrothed to the Enemy by H.C. Brown

Title: Betrothed to the Enemy

Author: H. C. Brown

Publisher: Noble Books

Buy Betrothed to the Enemy Here!

Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewed By: Roberta

After her father’s death at the Battle of Hastings, Lady Angela of Parr is defenseless. Dragged from her estate and taken to London, she finds herself at the mercy of a ruthless Norman king.

William, the new king of England, plans to repay his loyal knights by offering them marriage to the landed Saxon ladies. Angela has no love for the Normans, but when she meets Sir Damien de Anesi she is instantly smitten and she puts her reputation in jeopardy by secretly meeting with the handsome young Norman knight.

Their love blossoms until King William betroths Angela to a depraved old man and Sir Damien is forced to choose between his loyalty to his liege and his love for Lady Angela.

Special content alert: Anal intercourse, light spanking.

This historical has passion, drama, a terrific fight scene, and two wonderful main characters. Lady Angela is headstrong and courageous. She is not your average heroine but has curves to go with her sassy personality. Sir Damien will sweep you right off your feet. There is a bit of trickery in the plot, which is a nice added bonus. What I enjoyed most about this historical is the length of the story. It is a lot shorter, but yet is just as meaty as a traditional novel. This would be a perfect read for a rainy day. I personally look forward to reading more from this author in the future.

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