Sometimes an American girl needs to read some smut about a hot English knight from the 16th century 😍
Didn‘t live up to the hype
SO SO GOOD! I‘ve had insane things going on lately at home and this was the exact story that I needed to keep me going. A time-travel historical #romantsy by one of THE BEST.
What I loved most was how the author detailed the 1500‘s foods, cleanliness, medical care, entertainment, hygiene. The narrative included what we *think* about the 1500‘s vs what her research actually suggested and it was fascinating! The audio with Steve West is perfection.
“Different. A good story finally.
A wonderful ending - Do not peep ahead.”
This is scribbled in the front cover of my current read from the library (tagged above). So fun to find notes like this!! 📖🙌🏻😍
(I‘m also listening to the audio narrated by Steve West 💯✔️)
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I'm sorry, everyone I talk to says they really liked this book but I honestly just can't get past the weakness and stupidity of the main female character. She just really turned me off from the entire book. Just couldn't do it.
Read this today between naps. My first “real” job was as a classroom aide, (this was in the mid-90s) and the teacher in that classroom always lent me books. This was one of my favorites from her, and a week or so ago I thought of it for the first time in years. It‘s was as lovely as I‘d remembered.
24/100 for the year, K for #litsyatoz, time travel for #pop2018, classic of genre fiction for #readharder
After reading two apocalyptic books, I need something light hearted and fun!
#seasonsreadings2016 #day12 #inthemoodforlove Just a handful of my many, many romance novels, including my favorite of all time, A Knight in Shining Armor. Old-school Jude Deveraux is the best! #romantsy #catchup
Oh man. So enjoyable. Great on audio! I laughed. I cried. I read this for my book club. The person who picked this wanted to read romance, which I was very excited about. I enjoyed the first half of the book more, which takes place in the "present" (1988 in this book). There's quite a lot of sweeping romantic language (like the above) that I loved because it really worked for the story. It wasn't trite or forced. #Romance