When I Give My Love

When I Give My Love Pride set her will against him Passion surrendered her heart By order of the King of England Raiven de Cortillon was to wed a stranger and crockery smashed as her legendary temper flared News of her

  • Title: When I Give My Love
  • Author: Antoinette Wrighton
  • ISBN: 9780671561154
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pride set her will against him Passion surrendered her heart.By order of the King of England, Raiven de Cortillon was to wed a stranger, and crockery smashed as her legendary temper flared News of her defiance reached the king and soon led to an added decree she must produce an heir within a year Outraged, Raiven would not concede her life and feelings so easily A sovPride set her will against him Passion surrendered her heart.By order of the King of England, Raiven de Cortillon was to wed a stranger, and crockery smashed as her legendary temper flared News of her defiance reached the king and soon led to an added decree she must produce an heir within a year Outraged, Raiven would not concede her life and feelings so easily A sovereign could force her to marry, but only her heart could compel her to love And never, she vowed, would she love Quynn St Crowell.Quynn had devoted his life to managing his inherited estate and to raising his fellow orphaned brother, all the while secretly harboring one wish that was his alone to fall in love Now that dream was in peril, dashed by the whim of a seemingly ungrateful king whose life Quynn had once saved But he never expected the tawny haired beauty whose spirit rose to meet his in a war of wills He vowed to win her wifely obedience by an assault of soft caresses and sweet seduction Yet even as passion blazed between them, unyielding pride pitted them against each other In this battle there could be no victors unless both learned to surrender flesh and feelings as equal partners able to fight all enemies to their lands and their love.

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    1. It had some good parts near the beginning, and I liked it very briefly shortly before the end (but not the end). It was grueling to read much of it. I found the main characters both likeable, except that after being likeable they kept being incredibly inconsiderate, selfish, etc. -- worse than that, the male character said sexist things and used force to get his way and walking away whenever he wanted. After behaving badly, the main characters would go back to being likeable again. I could have [...]

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