From This Moment On is a book from Lynn Kurland’s de Piaget Family series. In this sweeping, emotional love story, USA Today bestselling author Lynn Kurland takes us back to the thirteenth century-and all the passion. From This Moment On By Lynn Kurland – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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As fate would have it, her brother had left his mail and sword in the momen, and Ailenor quickly stole it. She isn’t much good with a sword, but good at keeping Colin has such a fierce reputation on the battlefields that he is known as The Butcher of Berkamshire. It is a relief when Colin finally realizes that Henri is a woman. Which only occurred about every few minutes. The story of Colin of Berckhamshire and Alienore of Solenge with no time travel.
The latest seems to do nothing but faint. Add a huge, fierce, and rather pungent knight whose intended brides keep finding ways to avoid marriage with him, including one tall and clever lord’s dau I’ll be ljnn.
Alienore is tough, Colin is hilarious, and the whole book is a delight from beginning to end. Have no idea how it got there since, while the heroine was disguised as a boy and inadvertently kurlqnd training as a knight with the hero, she had zero skills or interest in doing so. It seemed pretty obvious to me what Colin would do.
At first I was just exasperated by the silliness of it all-Alienore was masquerading as a young knight to avoid her evil stepmother and an unwanted betrothal to the stereotypical brutish manly man.
Robin is three while William is not yet one. What more could a woman want, after all?
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Colin takes it all in stride, until one maiden, Alienore of Solongne doesn’t just make excuses, she actually runs away, never to be heard from again. I don’t normally read period romance novels, and the language was difficult for me to connect too.
Two years ago his bride-to-be, Alienore, fled and hasn’t been seen since. I just wish there had been more growth between the characters and I wish Ali would have gotten a spine, particularly in the scene where she is to fight with Colin. I’ve literally been laughing on every page.
From This Moment on
Two years ago his bride-to-be, Alienore, fled and hasn’t been seen since. I plan on reading Jason of Artane’s novella next in Tapestry. Lord Christopherthe Dragon of Blackmour, and his lady, Gillianhave two sons. Begin with a tall young maiden fleeing forced matrimony by stealing kurlaand of her drunken brothers’ armor and sword in order to pretend to be a knight guarding the simpering spoiled daughter of a medieval lord.
From This Moment On by Lynn Kurland
I did enjoy the comments Kurland had for Sibyl and her constant need for food! Mass Market Paperbackpages. For the full review, please go to http: One of the few non-paranormal Kurland stories. I liked him, and I disliked him: Other than that, I really enjoyed getting kjrland know Ali’s character, but wished kurlanv character continued to develop I felt she stalled after around chapter Thanks for telling us about the problem. Add some medieval scoundrels and a few witches.
He has rough outside but fine heart indeed. The more time Alienore spends with Colin, the more she sees he is not as bad Alienore has a cruel stepmother. My favorite bit was after she accepted his proposal of marriage but asked to be wooed first. I no, the woman squeaks every time she’s frrom. Have no idea how it got th What a complete and utter disappointment. So, I was excited to read his story, BO aside. One of my favorites of the series, mostly because Colin is so amusing in his single minded devotion to the art of combat.
Just retribution for all the nasty tricks he had played on her in the past. I had to read this one a second time before I really liked it. As fate would have it, her brother had left his oj and sword in the stables, and Ailenor quickly stole it.
What a complete and utter disappointment. I would have given it an kjrland star if it had ended in chapter 32 and then ha When I asked my mom to recommend her favorite book for me to read, she picked this one. So the Butcher decides to take the poor girly young man under his wing and make a man out of him – teach him how to fight, ride, and curse.