[Epub] ↠ Honor's Splendour Author Julie Garwood – Loanexpress.us

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  1. says:

    I have this memory of reading Honor s Splendour as a sixteen year old, and I chuckle at how much I ve changed from that sweet and innocent little flower I believed that once I found my true love, I would want to warm his feet if he ever needed it Let s just say, I love hubby but he d have to pay me BIG BUCKS to touch, let alone warm his feet I love him though, so I d buy him a pair of warm woolly socks LOVE this story Can t say I m a huge fan of the narrator, especially when she s performing the sexy times A little too husky, sex line for me.I will be back for Julie Garwood I m sure, she is, after all, one of the Queens of Historical Romance I did plan to take a little longer to listen to this oneI forgot how much I LOVE this story, and how funny it was I can t help but swoon when the big tough hero comes to realise that the temptress he kidnapped has the power to bring him to his knees Duncan and Madelyn s love story was one of the first romance books I read as a teenager Julie Garwood is still one of my favouritist historical romance authors and it broke my heart that she no longer writes them I like her contemporary romances, I LOVE her historical romances.The audio was good but the narrator s voice could get a little annoying sometimes I really love re rea...


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    I have to say, I have yet to read a Julie Garwood novel that I don t love, but there was something special about Honor s Splendour that makes it stand out in my mind and has made it one of my favorite reads.Garwood s books feature women who, though they might not know it at the time, are strong, honorable, compassionate and very wise Watching them come into their own is such an enjoyable experience.The same can be said for the men of her novels They are usually gruff, arrogant and very set in their ways, but at all times honorable Now to Honor s Splendour.Seeking revenge, Baron Duncan of Wexton sets out to kidnap Madelyne, the sister of Baron Louddon, the man responsible for the brutal attack on Duncan s sister, Adela What happens though, he could never have anticipated Madelyne became the captor, holding Duncan s heart as no other woman ever has.Madelyne spent years being abused by her brother,Baron Louddon, and has finally had enough Packing her few belongings, she waits for the right moment to leave her brother s fortress, hoping to find safety in Scotland at the hom...


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    What will you get if you decide to read this book 1 Wonderful writing2 A beautiful story3 A fierce warrior for a hero4 A herione that has great character5 Total and utter enjoymentFor me, this was a pure 5 star book 3 1 Wonderful writing Julie Garwood has an amazing style I just love reading her books, and this one wasn t dissapointing How ever good the stroy was, how great the characters were, the best thing in this whole book was the writing I don t remember the last time I just enjoyed simply reading the book, the sentences, the dialogue She does it marvelously 2 A beautiful story Set in the medieval times, it s about a baron seeking revenge for his sister s rape He plans to kidnap the sister of his enemy, you know, an eye for an eye It begins with Duncan, The Wolf, being tied to a post in the middle of winter left to freeze to death Madelyne the sister of his enemy plans to escape her brother, and save the poor warrior from certain death Not knowing he is in fact there just for her, she frees him and ends up being captured Duncan immediately sees she is nothing like her brother, and Madelyne learns to trust him and eventually they fall in love well duh XD 3 A fierce warrior for a hero almost all JG s heroes are alike huge, musceled, fierce and brave warriors, and Duncan is no different He s alpha as any alpha can be, considering in what time period he s in lol They know him as The Wolf, he is feared by all, his enemies never wish to see his fa...


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    Yay, another great book by Julie Garwood The story opens with Baron Duncan of Wexton stripped of his clothing, tied to a post, and left to freeze to death by Baron Louddon s men But as soon as he s alone, Louddon s sister, Lady Madelyne, comes to his rescue and frees him Ducan can t believe his luck not that he s in any real danger and in need of her help because his capture was all part of a bigger plan , but fate is just giving him what he came for Duncan s sister, Adela, was raped by Louddon about a month ago, so he decided to kidnap Madelyn and force a confrontation with her brother, seeking revenge for what he s done Having Madelyne unselfishly help him is beyond anything Duncan expected, and he falls hard and fast for her Obviously, it takes some time until he realizes that.As soon as Duncan is freed, he and his men attack Louddon s men and destroy his fortress When the battle is over, Duncan is disappointed to find that Louddon is absent, since the coward Baron escaped to London soon after Duncan was captured , thinking of establishing an alibi for Duncan s death Knowing that Louddon will go after them, Duncan takes Madelyne as his captive to his home And so it begins a most romantic storyThis book hooked me from the start, with one of the most beautiful opening scenes I ve ever read Oh, I ve heard about the whole feet warming and such beforehand, as it s oft...


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    5 STARS I honestly cannot remember the last time I enjoyed a book so so much I will admit I was a person who at the mention on Historical Romances would run the other way Yet I told Blacky I would try one as I know she loves them I was so wrong to judge them This one is so wonderful that I think it will stay with me for the rest of my life sigh Things I loved Duncan known as the wolf you have my heart my love sigh you are amazing and I loved your stern attitude to begin with and yet your love for Madelyne I will wait for my Duncan to come on his horse to rescue me one day Madelyne she was an amazingly strong character who was wise and brought great humor to the story with her willingness to speak her mind Even to Duncan who commanded respect and submission the plot I cannot fault it It was never boring or out of context It had just the right amount of passion and reverence for a book of this genre Would I recommend it to others YES I MOST CERTAINLY WOULD Even to none His...


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    OMG OMG OMG I m having a fangirlin moment right now Maybe later, I ll write about the book but now OMG wohooo my mind is spinning hahaha listen to me girls, you have to meet Duncan Mark my words You MUST meet him Oh God help me, I think I lost my mind See you later.


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    Written September 4, 2014 4 1 2 Stars So very delightful and tenderly heartwarming, just swoonish sweet This was a LOVELY romance to listening too It was my second by Julie Garwood I loved The Bride 4.5 stars Two great HR to highly recommend.It may be 30 years old but Honors s Splendour is still amazing sweet Ms Garwood does this with an incredible skill A lovely adorable heroine and a tough rugged hero, at least they had me with full attention, twinkling eyes and a goofy smile all these hours Heaven, this is pleasure in good classical romance style England 1099This oldish story is perhaps not especially innovative You get the expected A gentle heroine, Lady Madelyne who is suffering the cruel whims of her ruthless half brother, Baron Louddon A bitter angry warrior leader, Baron Duncan of Wexton the Wolf Lady Madelyne had sealed her own fate She d warmed his feet A family conflict and the heroine Madelyne is the prize the warrior hero capture A proud beauty, with a good heart he soon pledge to protect with his honor and life A rough hewn big old castle in need of a lady and good housewife s ten...


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    4 StarsOverall Opinion This was better than I thought it d be I m not sure why, but I just wasn t expecting all that much for some reason I enjoyed the dialogue banter, the characters, and their connection It was steamier than I was expecting for a HR too I think I need to read some from this author, because I do enjoy her writing style If anyone has a recommendation for any of her works please send them my way Brief Summary of the Storyline This is Madelyne and Duncan s story They meet when Madelyne chances her brother s fury when she saves Duncan from being held captive Duncan was planning all along to kidnap Madelyne to get revenge for her brother s crimes against his sister When they spend time together, Madelyne is not what Duncan was expecting and he can t help but fall in love with her Madelyne is damaged from her brother s abuse so it takes a while for her to understand her own value to others, but she quickly gains the loyalty of Duncan s people There are some suspenseful moments, some sexy times, and some funny and sweet scenesand they get a HEA ending.POV This alternated between focusing on Madelyne and Duncan in 3rd person narrative.Overall Pace of Story Good I never skimmed, and I thought it flowed well.Instalove No, they take a bit before they develop stronger feelings.H rating 4.5 stars Duncan I really liked him He was alpha but also didn t hesitate to show his affections and be sweet to the h when she needed it.h rating 4.5 s...


  9. says:

    Loved the heroine so much


  10. says:

    Note This review, and all my reviews, comes from my blog Romantic Rose s Bookshelf Chest beating primates, mysterious wolves, and swooning, bi polar, PMSing tiger kitten mixes, oh my I should warn you the following is a REALLY long rant review with only one positive paragraph at the end Feel free at any time to skip to the bottom line portion of the review, to get the gist of it This book was my first Julie Garwood ever, and I am happy to say it will be my last Never again will I disgrace my mind with such folly The book started out, well, interesting I actually enjoyed the first two or three chapters Our heroine, Madelyne, starts us off by freeing her brother s captive, Duncan Wexton, and saving him from death by freezing She warms his feet for him, and it is apparently that act of kindness not the risking her life by freeing him of course that prompts him to declare her his His men rush over the wall, kill all of her brother, Louddon s, men and whisk her away as a captive Keep in mind that our ever compassionate soon to be paragone of a heroine saves a servant from death during the battle by standing in front of him and proclaiming that she will die before the servants No one kills her, or moves her out of the way, and the servants go free, owing thei...

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