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Read & Download Ø eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Û Elizabeth Elliott From the beloved author of The Warlord and The Dark Knight an emotional deeply passionate medieval romance Married and widowed at a tender age Princess Isabel Plantagenet understands her duty to wed a new husband chosen by her father for the purpose of consolidating his power Faulke Segrave a rogue suspected of high t. 255Better than its predecessor but not by much Definitely not the most elegant mash up between mystery and historical romance I don't think it excelled at either

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The Princess Montagues #5 characters ✓ 7 ☆ [EPUB] ✰ The Princess Montagues #5 ✶ Elizabeth Elliott – Gwairsoft.co.uk From the beloved author of The Warlord and The Dark Knight an emotional deeply passionate medieval romance Married and widowed at a tender age Princess Isabel Plantagenet understands her duty to wed a Reason The Princess Epubwhose past wives died under mysterious circumstances is hardly suitor material but his piercing blue eyes spark a fire in Isabel that makes her feel oddly safe and deeply curious uite a pair they will make for she has dark secrets of her own that can never see the light of day Faulke does not re. I've had this book on my to be read stack all summer and even took it on a trip to Scotland to read on the plane though never got around to it until now I threw it in my bag on the way out the door to the cabin with my family and once I tucked into it I lamented having to put it aside to do other things This book was superbly crafted I enjoyed everything from the intrigues to the burgeoning love between Princess Isabel Plantagenet and Faulke Segrave I'm a sucker for books that espouse a higher ranking woman falling in love with a lower ranking man based on his character and merits and a hero who values and appreciates the heroine's intellect all of which this book hadIt was written in 1st person POV I generally don't like 1st person POV I've only made it past the first few pages of most that I've picked up before I set them aside While I don't think this book has changed my perspective on POV preference I do think I thoroughly enjoy Elliott's writing style and clever use of language I found myself chuckling aloud at a few humorous parts and cheering for the heroine's vindications I also loved the hero a gallant and honorable man who has been the victim of slander and suspicion due to machinations of others He proves to be the stalwart support Princess Isabel needs to face her past and future and overcome years of isolation and mistreatment in her first husband's court The only part of this book that saddened me was to never be immersed in Faulke's POV I'm in a woman's POV everyday of my life and it's a treat to escape into the hero's head too to know what he's thinking and feel his attraction anger fears etc because to me it removes them from their pedestal of Hero and humanizes them thus allowing me to cheer their transformations as much as the heroine's That minor detail aside Faulke's growing love was understood through the uncertainties the heroine felt and her growing trust I enjoyed seeing this hardened woman's hope blossom and her defenses crumble This book was well researched originally written and the creative license mixed with the historical details made for a highly enjoyable read It became clear from the start that I was reading part of a series but it stood alone very well I'll be collecting Elliott's other titles en masse to see what I've been missing I am an Elizabeth Elliott fan

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The Princess Montagues #5Lish this arrangement any than his bride does but he can't deny his attraction to this poised beautiful woman whose level gaze and strong command make him ache to have her Her seduction becomes his conuest even as deception and murderous scheming draw closer threatening Faulke's life his heritage and his cherished wife. I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was absolutely fabulous It flew by I expected it to drag a bit or actually feel it's length 500 pages but I was very much enthralled Romance is the primary focus of the book but there is also so much else going on that I wanted to know what would happen Although I did forget about the mystery revolving the murders about halfway through the book but thankfully just as I recalled it as a potential loose thread the author brought it back up and solved it nicely Isabel is an interesting main character She is a princess who has been damaged in the past and had to learn how to be strong in order to protect herself She leads her people well and is loyal to them and truly isn't a bad person Faulke seems like the usual romantic hero but he had a few differences which I enjoyed He really is a sweet person and a bit open about his feelings He is just the right amount of sweetness kindness and protective for Isabel While there is some insta attraction I did like to see that their love does and there are reasons behind why they like each other The side characters are also enjoyable but not as memorable Learning about the characters and reading them open up to each other while dealing with unpleasantness in their lives is really what this book is about She's an abandoned princess and he is cursed Murders surround them as well as enemies both hidden and in plain sight I honestly didn't think I'd enjoy this as much as I did and I do plan on going back and reading of this series