Autumn Rose

Autumn Rose HER BATTLE WITH FATE Years spent cloistered in Normandy had done little to temper the spirited Amalie de Saint Hillaire While traveling to her father s chateau she d flirted shamelessly with handsome

  • Title: Autumn Rose
  • Author: Louisa Rawlings
  • ISBN: 9780373286867
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • HER BATTLE WITH FATE Years spent cloistered in Normandy had done little to temper the spirited Amalie de Saint Hillaire While traveling to her father s chateau, she d flirted shamelessly with handsome Jean Marc Beaunoir, never dreaming the rogue was on his way to the very same destination What had begun as a playful seduction had turned into something far serHER BATTLE WITH FATE Years spent cloistered in Normandy had done little to temper the spirited Amalie de Saint Hillaire While traveling to her father s chateau, she d flirted shamelessly with handsome Jean Marc Beaunoir, never dreaming the rogue was on his way to the very same destination What had begun as a playful seduction had turned into something far serious than Jean Marc had intended The young architect marveled as Amalie blossomed with each forbidden caress, but the past had tuahgt him that love could not bridge the barriers of class Had destiny made them prisoners of a love that could never be

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    • Eve Pendle says:

      Arguably, this was the book that got me into historical romance. Reading an ex library copy now, it's all a bit cheesy and old school. It's not rapey, which is very much to its credit (for the era) and has a tiny bit of social nuance (again, very relative). The heroine has a bit of a journey to go on, maturity wise, and it makes for a satisfying read. Not comparable with modern historical romance, but it has a nostalgic appeal.

    • Tiffany says:

      I had this book forced on me by a friend that loves these sorts of books. She thought I'd love it because it is set in France during the seventeenth century. Since I love seventeenth century history, I decided to read it.First, let me say that I really do like the heroine (Amalie). She is seen as being a very strong woman and has a mind of her own. This sort of heroine is something that I really do like because you don't see women being portrayed like that in a realistic way in most books. I rea [...]

    • Cristina Contilli says:

      Letto in italiano e confrontato con l'edizione in lingua originale un po' datato come stile, ma interessante la parte riguardante i giardini delle dimore nobili nel '600 e tutta la cura che richiedeva la loro realizzazione

    • Carol Storm says:

      Sexy! Sexy! Sexy!

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