Dec 02, 2021

Scoundrel of Dunborough

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  • Title: Scoundrel of Dunborough
  • Author: Margaret Moore
  • ISBN: 9780373298655
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback

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Scoundrel of Dunborough

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  1. Hearing of her sister s murder, Celeste D Orleau leaves her cloister and returns to Dunborough She reunites with her childhood friend, handsomely wicked Gerrard and all her sinful feelings for him returns She s on a mission to uncover the identity of her sister s murderer, even if it means sacrificing herself and her vows of chastity.Gerrard s trying to clean up his image and the last person he d expect to see is beautiful Celeste She brings out the best and worst in him yet no matter how much h [...]


  2. Piatto e noioso, ma poi, dov era il porno surreale che era mio di diritto Eh, signora cara, non li fanno pi gli Harmony di una volta Un tempo era tutto un fiorire di possenti verghe dell a e profondi abissi di femminilit , adesso a stento affiora un monte di Venere di qua e di l Sono tempi difficili.


  3. This novel presents the reader with a capable and resourceful heroine and an anxious hero, one who s keenness on having people be fond of him nearly registers as a fearful need albeit a very basic one In depth analysis isn t the order of the day with romance novels set in distant times Yet there s an unexpected touch of it here as we see people grappling with the burdens left by harsh and cruel fathers Even when there is love involved, a parent s expectations can be of a crutch than a help.I fo [...]


  4. For a pretty short book, it took me awhile to read it I liked the story, but Celeste would start to get on my nerves and I would have to put the book down for a bit.It wasn t so much that Celeste was unlikeable but she was extremely hypocritical and judgmental I really got sick of her condemning Gerrard at very turn Was Gerrard perfect NO, far from it in fact, but he was trying and she would never give him the benefit of the doubt She was friends with him as a child but has not seen him in ten y [...]


  5. Margaret Moore remains one of my favourite authors of Medieval period historical romance titles although quality does vary This one falls squarely in the middle in terms of preference Our heroine Celeste is a novice who was sent to a convent twelve years ago after breaking the hero s collar bone after he cut off her hair She has yet to take her vows because the mother superior considers her too unruly She returns home to sort out her family property after her sister is brutally murdered by her i [...]


  6. Moore ends The Knights Prizes series with an exciting tale of murder, secret treasure and lust between a saint and a sinner We love that the heroine is strong willed and loyal, and that the hero is a rascal out to redeem himself There s great conflict, authentic setting and enough heated embraces to melt readers hearts RT Book Reviews, 4 stars.Miniseries The Knights Prizes





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