read & download Ä eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Meriel FullerNOPE DNF pg 91Please understand I m Ninth City Burning (War of the Realms, reluctant to complain about dialogue sounding too modern I hateeading historicals where the characters converse with stilted wooden dialect that sounds like old timey Der Ritter und die Bastardtochter robots indeed I often prefer medievals where the conversations feel natural informal not forced into the author s idea of what theireaders think Historical People Sounded Like capitalized because you know exactly the sort of dialogue I m eferring to That being said I can t abide the way these supposedly medieval people talked I tried to get used to it Then I tried to ignore it But neither approach helped because it was RIDICULOUS Check to ignore it But neither approach helped because it was RIDICULOUS Check updates for other wonky snippets but I lifted this passage pg 91 as a prime example It s one of many every convo sounds like this so there s plenty to choose from What did you want me to do marry you It was only a kiss Alinor it didn t mean anythingBut I m a Spare me the nun story Alinor I don t know who you Just overwhelmingly meh The synopsis made this sound like an exciting. One knight to capture her heart Alinor of Claverstock takes her life in her hands when she escues Bianca d'Attalens from her stepmother's evil clutches But. Story but even though stuff happened
IT WAS BORING INSTEAD OF ENTERTAININGwas boring instead of entertaining of the issue was that the heroine most of the boring instead of entertaining Part of issue was that the heroine spent most of the throwing tantrums instead of actually doing anything It also seemed to suffer from plotting issues At around chapter 12 I was wondering how there were going to be another eight chapters The answer was the author introduced what felt like an entirely new plot line that was then uickly and poorly esolved view spoilerThe ending felt very ushed to me and this could have used an epilogue to actually show them in a happy Blessed Are the Wicked relationship hide spoiler A good story with a likeable hero and heroine Guilhem was strong and honourable and Alinor was courageous and loyal even prepared to protect her friends in the face of impossible odds Prince Edward s display of violence towards the heroine was a little disturbing but I suppose it was in keeping with what is known of the Prince s sometimes short temper and Guilhem came through for her The historical characterisation of the Prince Edward and the. When Alinor encounters Bianca's handsome brother Guilhem Duc d'Attalens it's not just her life that's in danger Alinor finds herself powerless toesist Guil. ,
Setting had historical accuracy which was good "The first 34 of the book consisted of a strong plot but a sub plot was introduced "first 34 of the book consisted of a strong plot but a sub plot was introduced thirds of the way
through and was not explored fully to a satisfactory conclusion The book ended suddenly I doand was not explored fully to a satisfactory conclusion The book ended suddenly I do that other areas could have been explored fully For example the come uppance for the wicked step mother and step brother Although we know they were called to account by ueen Eleanor it was skimmed over There were little niggles Guilhem camped with his soldiers in enemy territory without setting a lookout surely an elementary mistake And my little pet hate elationships complicated because of a lack of a little communicationDespite these niggles I did enjoy the story overall A easonably good ead It was an enjoyable ead till the end The Book Just Abruptly Ends The Author book just abruptly ends The author have ed expanded and developed the story better therefore she missed some good opportunities It was okay Some parts moved along pretty well Some parts were lacking Not too crazy about the dialogue. Hem and is soon caught up in a perilous web of intrigue and forbidden attraction An attraction that heightens when they are sent together into enemy territory.