Rebellious Desire has ratings and reviews. steph said: to 3 stars. Should have really paid attention to the year this book was written ( by Julie Garwood First published June Sort by. title, original date published , date . Desiderio ribelle (Paperback). Published December 1st by. La dama delle nebbie (I Romanzi Oro) by Julie Garwood Ebook Download. Desiderio ribelle (I Romanzi Emozioni) Ebook Download.
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For more information, visit Ms. Garwood’s site at www. Formato Kindle Dimensioni file: Berkley 7 giugno Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S. An arranged marriage leads to passionate love in this classic Scottish historical romance from 1 New York Times bestselling mulie Julie Garwood.
By edict of the king, the mighty Scottish laird Alec Kincaid must take an English bride. His choice is Jamie, youngest daughter of Baron Jamison—a feisty, violet-eyed beauty.
Alec aches to touch her, to tame her, to possess her But Jamie has vowed never to surrender to a man she considers desiiderio highland barbarian.
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Pagina 1 di 1 Pagina iniziale Pagina 1 di 1. Gentle Warrior English Edition. Resto con te I Romanzi Introvabili. La signora dei clan I Romanzi Introvabili. The Prize English Edition. Descrizione prodotto Sinossi An arranged marriage leads to passionate love in this classic Scottish historical romance from 1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood. Sesiderio tens of millions of books in print and numerous New York Times bestsellers, Julie Garwood has clearly earned a position among America’s favorite fiction grwood.
Her reputation as a masterful storyteller is solidly founded in her ability to deliver stories with appealing characters, powerful emotions, and surprising plot twists.
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Readers claim that it’s the humor as well as the poignancy of her novels that keep them laughing, crying and thoroughly entertained.
Garwood lives in Leawood, Kansas ribeloe is currently working on her next novel. When her schedule allows time away from family and career, she devotes her efforts to promoting literacy, and especially enjoys sharing her love of reading with student groups.
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The italian title of the book is The lady of The fogs.
Rebellious Desire by Julie Garwood
Many many years ago i bought The book and my opinion is that The true Julie Garwood is only to be found in These books speaking about Scotland. It Was my wish since a long time to read The original in English. I like this book and it is full of humor. It is a good companion to spend my time instead of television. Una persona l’ha trovato utile. I’m not sure if this book was supposed to be a comedy but it was one of the funniest books I’ve read in a long time.
It was thoroughly enjoyable. Ggarwood was laughing for most of this book. He really did not care to have a wife and he has a strong dislike of the English in general. He was a cold ribeelle brutal man.
In the first part of the book he single handedly killed and incapacitated a group of men who had weapons with just his bare hands. Initially he had no respect for Jamie or her opinion. To him, women were inferior and her wants or needs were not important.
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Her duty was to serve and obey him. I have no idea how, but this author made me fall in love with this man! You start to realize that there is an underlying softness in him that Jamie seems to bring out of him. He turns out to be a very caring and loving man. And I loved his possessiveness. He made it clear he would kill any man that looked at Jamie in an inappropriate way. Jamie was also and amazing character. She was a very strong heroine. She was very opinionated and head strong. This of course created a lot of arguments with Alec who wanted his wife submissive.
She was not afraid to stand up to her husband, a man that most men were even afraid to look in the eye. Jamie shook her head. He tells me often enough. Jamie also had a lot of skills that women were not supposed to have. She was a skilled healer. She was able to ride her horse bareback. She was able to defend herself with her knife skills and bow and arrow. It was fun to see how surprised Alec was to find out these things about her.
This book was also filled with a lot of heat and passion. The sexual chemistry was amazing between these two. They were both insatiable. Just the right amount of sex scenes in this book.
This book was so much fun! I’m very interested to read the rest of this series! I guess I’ll be a dissenting voice of the greater number here. I’m admittedly late to the party on this one as I’ve been meaning to read this for years. This novel was contradictory, anachronistic, and had repetitive, badly-written dialogue.
Unfortunately I could not get past the bizarre dialogue. The hero and heroine never seem to hear or understand each other. They have to repeat just about everything they say to each other over and over.
Goodness gracious it was driving me agrwood. They rarely communicate without having to parrot what the person just said or ask for explanation over the simplest garwooe matters.
If it was meant to be “cute” or sexy banter, I couldn’t tell. Here are some examples: I was supposed to care for him. Then there was the contradictions and anachronisms. I was annoyed that the characters constantly said one thing and did another. Like the hero, Alec, tells the heroine he won’t force intimacy until they know each other better Further, he later tells the heroine it’s because he “could not stop” GAG despite the fact that he’s a hardened warrior that can survive the worst of torture.
The heroine gets woozy at the sight of blood on a dead man and then turns around the very next day to stitch up gaping holes in another man’s chest as a healer. The heroine is supposed to be this strong hunter that gathers her family’s daily dinners even though there is a full regular staff in her home. Even as a hunter, healer, and tomboy she constantly shivers, swoons, and faints like a delicate female, but then gets angry if it’s pointed out to her that she swoons.
The hero is supposed to be this cold, rigid warrior but suddenly has this jesting funny personality-his personality is never constant. The weather is freezing and frigid one minute and balmy enough to sleep nude in the outdoors the next. The heroine makes bizarre demands of her husband-like to give her his gigantic sword that she can’t lift and then it’s forgotten that she has the sword.
The husband constantly obeys his wife meekly but verbally tells her that she’s his chattel. I could go on and on. This just wasn’t good.
I know Garwood is a celebrated writer. Perhaps this was one of her earlier attempts. Just a delightful read to make your heart full and warm! I will be happy to reread this book in some months time. My only Highlander experience is from my favorite author Karen Marie Moning! Even though I prefer to read of more angst and danger, this book was exactly what I was looking for.