A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught – #1 bestselling author Judith McNaught dazzles with this beloved romantic classic, “one of the best ever”. A Kingdom of Dreams (#46 on our Top Romances List) done so with Judith McNaught until a friend suggested A Kingdom Of Dreams. Jennifer Merrick is a feisty Scottish Countess in the 15th century. She is abducted from her convent school by Royce Westmoreland, an English Earl known as.
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Her unique voice and talent shine through in this exciting tale of loyalty, love and danger. I still feel a tug in my heart remembering it. It had always been thus between the two girls, with Jenny breaking a rule and Brenna terrified of bending one.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Yes, he is a mighty warrior and has won many a battle, but all he seeks is a woman who accepts him for the man he is and not the legend.
He wants her to marry some old lecher who happens to be the head of another clan.
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This was a huge gaffe and made me wish the author picked another more accurate name appropriate to the time period. Jenny bound to honor her family.
Had Jenny been watching, she might have caught a brief glimpse of them draems back through the woods that ran beside the road right behind her.
We were not quarreling — ’twas a lie invented by Alexander mcbaught — ” His face as hard as granite, Garrick Carmichael spurred his horse forward, and without ever looking at her, the men began passing her by.
Like I said before, I could understand the thing with Thor and the clothes and all that.
I do remember reading McNaught years ago and I was always ready for that multi year break hated them with a passion or that Big Misunderstanding that would have me wishing I could jump into the story and shake people till their ears bled! Impulsiveness and recklessness, her two greatest faults, had brought her to this dire end — the same two character juditth that had led her to commit all of her most disastrous follies.
How will I face him???
This started out promising. Caz Owens November 30, at 1: Abducted from her convent school, headstrong Scottish beauty Jennifer Merrick does not easily surrender to Royce Westmoreland, Duke of Claymore.
Upon joining together in unholy matrimony, Royce and Jenny view their alliance as more battle than bliss. The mcnautht I had with this is book is that I didn’t like the heroine, Jennifer. The groom always smiles proudly because he’s convinced he’s accomplished something quite wonderful. HistoricalRomanceZ. Apr 14, Mo rated it it was amazing.
Two of the men, however, did not continue beyond the bend in the road.
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Am I dreasm selling this a little? The groom, who alone seemed to be immune to the hostility in the hall, raised his goblet and smiled calmly at his bride, but the smile did not reach his eyes.
Instead of a simple let’s mesh them together and mold them into a romantic couple, the storyline holds layers to keep it interesting and more complex than the norm. It was so easy to read. View all 35 comments. View all 64 comments. What a lively bunch we are…ha! Usually having a crappy heroine can kill a book, but this book was SO good. What’s the Name o This makes me want to read a Judith McNaught.
Also, as Tinabelle mentioned above, rape and abusive behavior from the men is a characteristic of most of her books and is too much of a deterrence for me to enjoy them.
The reader is pretty quickly made aware that Jenny’s loyalty is misplaced, as her father and stepbrothers are actually quite dastardly, and use Jenny for their own wicked ends with no care for her at all. A lot of it is related to Jenny’s incredible loyalty to oc father.
He shook me off before he jumped. Aug 30, Mona rated it it was amazing Recommended to Mona by: Though, both shows are, indeed, set in Medieval times, only one of them has knights that act like this: The clans are making haste to come home and get ready for the battles. The bottom line is, if you are a romance fan, I expect you will enjoy this book very much. I loved it though. It is also poignant and touching, and a two-hanky read.
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A mixture of virtue and passion that is almost—ahem—perfect. Silver Borne by Patricia Briggs. Royce turned out to be a wonderful hero. Without the side characters, Kingdom of Dreams wouldn’t have fared nearly as well. Royce is anything ,ingdom pleased. Jenny ducked, instinctively expecting an attack from behind, but she was too late.