Morgan

Morgan MORGAN HAD NO NEED OF A WIFE The eldest daughter of a Privy Councilman to His Majesty Lady Hawisia Van Goens is a reserved but levelheaded woman born and bred to serve her intended lord and master w

  • Title: Morgan
  • Author: Barbara Devlin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • MORGAN HAD NO NEED OF A WIFE The eldest daughter of a Privy Councilman to His Majesty, Lady Hawisia Van Goens is a reserved but levelheaded woman born and bred to serve her intended lord and master, without complaint Dedicated to duty, she accepts her position as wife to a powerful man, with unimpaired aplomb, and refuses her husband naught She supervises the household,MORGAN HAD NO NEED OF A WIFE The eldest daughter of a Privy Councilman to His Majesty, Lady Hawisia Van Goens is a reserved but levelheaded woman born and bred to serve her intended lord and master, without complaint Dedicated to duty, she accepts her position as wife to a powerful man, with unimpaired aplomb, and refuses her husband naught She supervises the household, maintains the undercroft stores, and charms local dignitaries Although Hawisia is well aware of Morgan s preferences, because he reminds her at every turn, she endeavors to fulfill her position, offering him everything he requires, except the one thing she holds most dear her heart Can she settle for friendship when all she ever wanted was love BUT HE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT HAWISIA The youngest and brashest Nautionnier Knight in service to the Crown, Morgan Le Aguillon embraces English life and all its temptations, much to the Brethren s displeasure, thus he is in no hurry to wed When he is commanded to take a bride, in a show of loyalty to the King, he is disappointed to learn his future mate is the older sister of the woman he desired Once they assume their roles as stewards of a conflicted region, he manages his new chatelaine as he would any other servant Soon, he realizes he woefully underestimated his lady and discovers her unimpeachable beauty Given Morgan considers himself a consummate romancer, what happens when he courts Hawisia, in earnest, and all his skills prove futile

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    1. Oh, how the mighty have fallen :)Morgan is the youngest and most handsome of the Brethren. He is also the only one who has embraced the secular life. And he is more than a little proud of his sexual prowess, much to the disgust of his fellow Brethren knights. He's been ordered by the king to marry and shows up late for his wedding directly from the whorehouse and is very vocal about his displeasure with his chosen bride. He exchanges vows with Hawisia and then proceeds to ignore her and dance an [...]

    2. Let yourself be swept away with Morgan! Barbara Devlin never disappoints me! Morgan is a must to read! I really love her series Brethren Origins! This story is the best of all four stories! Get ready to get pulled into a breathtaking adventure of twists and turns. Ms. Devlin is a talented storyteller, her words seem to flow on the pages! I truly could not put it down! I strongly recommend that you read Morgan, it's filled with tenderness and passion! You won't be disappointed! It tells the story [...]

    3. Oh, how the arrogant and conceited have fallen! Morgan was not a likable character at the start of this book, or even as a minor character in the previous three books of this series. However, I thought his story was entertaining and I loved it. He certainly gets humbled, shamed, and falls hard for the wife he didn't want. He ignored her at their wedding party by dancing and flirting with every other pretty woman in the castle, he was a cad of the worst sort. He hurt her feelings badly in the beg [...]

    4. Morgan was bound to wed due to his oath to the king. Hawisia intended to do her duty as a good and loving wife, until she heard Morgan say that he had wanted her sister, not her. So, she determined she would fulfill her duties as a wife, much as she would a servant - leaving her heart out of it. But then Morgan finds he wants more than just a dutiful wife - he wants the attraction and closeness that he sees the other Brethren brothers have with their wives. Is it too late - has he hurt Hiwisia t [...]

    5. A great additionMorgan's story is a great addition to the series. It is a short, quick read, but feels complete. I have enjoyed the characters of all the books. I anxiously await Geoffrey's book.

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