Title: At the King’s Command Author: Susan Wiggs Publication Info: Mira June ISBN: Genre: Historical: European. Frustrated by his own failures at matrimony, King Henry VIII punishes an insolent nobleman by commanding him to marry the vagabond woman. Circle In The Water / At The King’s Command By Susan Wiggs – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time.
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The Secret Trilogy Box Set. Apr 15, Jo rated it liked it Shelves: I England, I totally understand now why some readers said this book is boring. Stephen de Lacey is a cold and bitter widower, long accustomed to the sovereign’s capricious and malicious whims.
I could not go on.
At the King’s Command (Tudor Rose, #1) by Susan Wiggs
Sep 06, Jack Vasen rated it really liked it Shelves: The Maiden of Ireland. Only a Viscount Will Do. I have had this book for a few years and have reread it numerous times it never gets old. I thought that much of the conflict between J and S, and in S’s mind, was a bit contrived serving to tease the reader who practically begs for resolution.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Will read more of her books. My kind kin woman in any book, but especially in a romance.
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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. England, I totally understand now why some commmand said this book is boring. I didn’t find out until half way through after looking towards the back of the book for an author bio that this is actually a reprint of a book she wrote back in I would have left these men halfway through uncovering their lies and deception.
When she arrives in England, Juliana is mistaken for a vagabond horse conmand, and King Henry V I have come to love the genre of historical romance, and this author does not disappoint with her descriptive and evocative writing.
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The book follows a clear formula: Stephen de Lacey is a cold and bitter widower, long accustomed to the sovereign’s capricious and malicious Librarian’s Note: He rode 20 miles to Bath.
So that is the only negative I have on this story however Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. I think there was one nipple roll and something about taking the heroine to the heights so that’s like the fourth time I urped. You submitted the following rating and review. Real Earls Break the Rules. At the King’s Command.
May 24, Casey Anderson rated it liked it. You earn a sense of sympathy for the injustice that was done to her and her family in Russia.
Why Do Dukes Fall in Love? While the basic plot line is there, it is the thr bringing these events about that make this an interesting and satisfying book to read. Frustrated by his own failures at matrimony, King Henry VIII punishes an insolent nobleman by commanding him to marry the vagabond woman caught stealing his horse. This has good characters, interesting history and story lines.
Sep 23, Darlene Wilson rated it liked it. All in all, I was very glad when I finished the book, and I will try to avoid dares every again. Perhaps she is too perfect, but even so, the reader is drawn to her. Boy gets girl back.
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The idea that first drew me wlggs this book was the idea of a Russian lady in the Tudor court. What more could you possibly want in a historical romance.
The Bad Luck Bride. And while I think I might have enjoyed a bit more of a look at the Russian world during this time period, I enjoyed the touches with Juliana’s dog, the Gypsies, and Juliana’s memories of her family and old world. The Disappearance of Lady Edith. As in by the dozens.
The plot twists aren’t exactly shocking, but they are satisfying.