It’s a book that’s great fun and I ended up enjoying it a lot! Merry, running away from a forced marriage, sneaks into Wareham, and convinces the remaining populace to lie to their new lord and say she’s lived there for the past 6 years. There was a lot of stupid stuff I just skipped over to be honest. This book was SO disappointing. I actually would have thought it was funny, IF it had been a quirk of one character. One could put it down at any time and never bother to finish it and not feel they have missed a thing.
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Lord of Raven’s Peak. Coriander’s white gums” and “By all St. The Day of the Duchess.
And then the weird magic in the last third of the book? That would be completely unrealistic and unbelievable.
The Valcourt Heiress | Catherine Coulter Suspense Thriller author Song/Medieval series Historical
Together they bring Wareham back to its former splendor. In fact, if her name were not on the cover, one would never believe this to be the same author who valcourt heiress all those wonderful Viking or Bride series. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t think so.
I was disappointed to find that it just did not have valcourt heiress same flair and humor of her earlier HR books. It felt forced and ridiculous. Even the “really smart” characters ramble like this. I actually would have thought it was funny, IF it had been a quirk of one character. The people and plots are totally unbelievable.
The Valcourt Heiress
On the Way to the Wedding with 2nd Epilogue. This book wasn’t bogged down with those kids of details and I really liked that. Garron is a man’s man, tough, smart and forced to take over his dead brother’s property as he comes home to find his home wrecked valcourt heiress half the village killed, while a portion hides in the woods.
Basically, this book was a waste of my time and really tarnished my view of Coulter as an author. Merry flees her home to avoid a forced marriage arranged by her mother. Coulter wrote historical romance, I loved her, in fact she, valcourt heiress with Julie Garwood, are the reason I started reading Historical Romances at all.
The Valcourt Heiress (Medieval Song, #7) by Catherine Coulter
There was too much time on the other relationships. Merry and Valcourg work togther to rebuild Warham Castle and valcourt heiress relationship develops. It’s a book that’s great fun and I ended up enjoying it a lot! You lose readers this way! Though the writing was excellent and the referrals to characters from earlier stories were present, I did not think the plot of the book valcoutt realistic for its time period.
The imposter added a nice twist, but I didn’t think it was worth the time to read that whole thick book. There was none of that beiress this book.
Open Preview See a Problem? I will say valcourt heiress off the bat, that it in no way compares to Coulter’s earlier books heirrss I loved, but it was entertaining. Unfortunately for me I listened to the audiobook and absolutely hated the narrator, Ann Flosnik. She reads and writes valcourt heiress makes lists, just as he does. The book seemed to avoid magic and mysticism for the most part and then it became a crucial part of the story. At one point, one of the characters starts rambling about a saint that died from a cut on the sole of his foot?
It actually gets worse and worse, as you keep reading it. Vzlcourt cannot marry her without the king’s permission, especially since she is promised to another. Either this one in particular valcourt heiress just poorly done, OR my memory of the fun in reading these kinds of books has become blurred.