BETRAYED The Word Cut Deeper Than Any Broadsword, For Rogan St Cyr Had Been Played False By The Woman To Whom He Had Given His Heart Yet The Beautiful Lily Was Still His Bride, And Now She Would Pay For Her Treachery With Her Very Freedom Though He Held Her Prisoner, Far From The Comfort Of Family Or Friends, Lily Longed To Ease The Pain That Tortured Her Warrior Husband For She Knew That Deep Inside His Hardened Soul Lay The Embers Of Their Love, Longing To Be Brought Back To Life blah is best i can do It is hard for me to give a romance novel than 3 stars This one, while good for a romance novel, just doesn t hold up when compared to well written books of a serious nature There was a lot about the story that was terribly unrealistic as is typical of the genre I think the only thing about the book that actually bothered me was how Lily seemed to have no willpower in Roland s presence, even when he was a huge jerk to her I don t care how attracted I am to a man, if he turns into such a huge jerk that he imprisons me and threatens to rape me and take away my children, I will find him disgusting, I m certainly not going to turn into a quivering, hormonal teenager every time he walks in to the room.Overall, this was a romance novel worth reading if you enjoy this genre. Read a few chapters and just can t seem to get in the groove Maybe I ll try to get back to it later.
Jacqueline Navin currently lives in Maryland with her husband and three children She is originally from Philadelphia and holds a Ph.D in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
- 304 pages
- The Flower and the Sword
- Jacqueline Navin
- 12 August 2019 Jacqueline Navin