Bedded by the Warrior

Branded the queen s whore, Lady Sarah of Remy must wed William of Bronwyn A powerful and notoriously dangerous warrior, he makes her quiver with a fear and desire she has never experienced before.William has known the very worst barbarity He has no time for emotion But it comes as a shock, when their desire explodes into full blown passion, to discover that Lady SarahBranded the queen s whore, Lady Sarah of Remy must wed William of Bronwyn A powerful and notoriously dangerous warrior, he makes her quiver with a fear and desire she has never experienced before.William has known the very worst barbarity He has no time for emotion But it comes as a shock, when their desire explodes into full blown passion, to discover that Lady Sarah is actually an innocent.Their marriage is convenient for William, although he soon finds there s nothing easy about having Sarah as his bride Willful and defiant she may be, but he s determined to tame her starting in his bed
Bedded by the Warrior Branded the queen s whore Lady Sarah of Remy must wed William of Bronwyn A powerful and notoriously dangerous warrior he makes her quiver with a fear and desire she has never experienced before Will

  • Title: Bedded by the Warrior
  • Author: Denise Lynn
  • ISBN: 9780373295500
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 thought on “Bedded by the Warrior”

    1. I was a bit disappointed by this book. It was good, but not great. It never quite grabbed me. Let's put it this way, I decided I'd rather sleep on the planes than read it. I think it had great potential with a tortured hero and heroine, a heroine who was misunderstood and had a bad reputation, and was forced to wed a brutish, scary warrior. That could have been a great book. I tired of the back and forth, hormonal imbalances of the hero and heroine. The couldn't decide if they loved each other o [...]

    2. This was a good book, different from some historicals I've read in that the male character was much more forceful with the female lead. Almost cruel at times, even when she deserved it, but sometimes when she didn't.

    3. I loved the premise. He thinks she's the queen's whore but weds her anyway. What type of man would do that? Immediately, we have an interesting, interesting hero.

    4. I have to admit, I bought this book because of the title. Yeah, I know, Harlequin has a random title generator and the title isn't the author's doing or anything, but it was misleading. The warrior doesn't bed her until over halfway through the book after many fits and starts! But that's not my main beef with this story. The plot wasn't cohesive. The author kept having the h/h resolve plot problems only to lay another set of problems in their path. It got so that I had the impression the author [...]

    5. Don't let the "short" stature of this book fool you. A brave and undeniably strong heroine pairs a dominating and all-powerful hero. Political intrigues, betrayals, ruthless conspirators, this book has it all. Heat that all up with an irresistible attraction, and "sizzle" is the word of the day. Another rewarding trip to bygone-days! :-)

    6. Typical historical romance with William as a poor, former slave who becomes a warrior in the king's service. He asks and get the queen's whore as his wife thinking that is all he deserves. It turns out that Lady Sarah is really an innocent virgin who spies for the queen and her reputation is a carefully built facade.

    7. Normally I don't read books that feature the heroin getting pregnant, that's a turn off for me. But this and a few others I've read have a story line that trump that factor. I just found myself asking one question towards the end when it was revealed that she was pregnant: How did she not have a miscarriage??

    8. It was a good story. Very exciting kept me engaged wanted to keep reading. The hero is a big man with a kind heart. The heroine kept her dignity in some bad circumstances

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