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The Sun and the Moon [Gebundene Ausgabe] by Ryan, Patricia (Anglais) Relié – 1 janvier 2000

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I'm ashamed I gave this author my money 13 avril 2014
Par Slinky - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I don't really expect enlightened relationships from medieval romance. I'm not upset by the woman swooning into the domineering man's arms and being overcome by uncontrollable passion for a character that seems to be a bit of a jerk. I know what to expect when reading a book like this and, provided the sex is sexy and the writing isn't laughable, I don't mind it.
However (*mild spoiler alert*) when a character is raped and the victim waves it away by saying to the attacker "You were provoked," that makes me upset that I gave this author my money. I won't make the mistake of doing that ever again.
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Horrible 28 novembre 2013
Par jccdac - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was completely disappointed in this book. It's the next installment in this series (which so far I had enjoyed) and continues with the same characters as in Silken Threads. HOWEVER, I found the storyline downright offensive and only read 25% before giving up on it. Nowhere near the quality of work I expect from this author. I am not a prude by any means but this is nothing but sex and more sex to the point that any storyline is completely overshadowed. I stayed with it as long as I did thinking it HAD to get better but sadly it didn't. Not sure what the author is thinking but she has lost an avid fan with this one. I'll think twice before ordering another one written by Patricia Ryan.
29 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Intriguing, Delightful, Suspense and Finally Love 14 juin 2000
Par "lrabalais" - Publié sur
Format: Poche
Hugh the Warrior/Cynic and Phillipa, the academic,are worlds apart in their thinking and philosphies, but are thrown together in an effort to thwart the plans of a devious cleric and even more devious queen, Eleanor of Aquitane, to overthrow King Henry.
Hugh and Phillipa join forces to discover the plot against the king and attempt to abort it. Believing that Phillipa has freely given her favors to other men, the plan is for Phillipa to seduce the cleric to obtain the required information; however, Hugh soon discovers that Phillipa is a virgin and thus the intrigue begins. Meanwhile, being thrown together has brought out feelings in the couple that they did not know existed so this is another problem with which they have to deal.
The story held my interest where I reached the point I could not put the book down. I highly recommend this book. Patricia Ryan has done it again.
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Disappointing Work From a Good Writer. 25 février 2005
Par Tamela Mccann - Publié sur
Format: Poche
I read this book based on the wonderful Silken Threads, the previous book in the series. While that book was a truly stunning example of historical romance at its finest, this one is less successful. Hugh of Wexford is a believable character with a good deal of potential, but just about every other person populating this book is a caricature, which is a pity. I began by doubting the authenticity of allowing a 12th century maiden to be as well-educated as Phillippa was, and still being allowed to live alone (regardless of her reasons) at age 25. All of the side characters were over the top; in particular Clare, who just came off as an underhanded witch without a lot of brains and an out of control libido. And while I'm not a prude, I found the sexual scenes that involved the characters other than the main couple to be unbelievable and too freely imbued with fetishes. Because I did like the actual romance of Hugh and Phillippa, I give this book 3 stars. But if you're looking for a book as well-done as Silken Threads, this is not it.
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Big fan of Patricia Ryan.....unfortunately,not her best. 23 juin 2000
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Format: Poche
The characters are introduced and an interesting storyline is set up in Ms. Ryan's usual elegant style. But halfway thru the book, the plot becomes predictable and the secondary characters are unbelievably cartoonish. I kept picturing the villainess as Cruella de Ville! I'm not offended by the more "erotic" romances, but found the S&M scenes here somewhat distasteful/phony? The mystery would have been a good twist except you can see it coming a hundred pages from the end. As usual, the period detail is original and very well done, fitting in seamlessly with the of the reasons Patricia Ryan is right up there with Kinsale and Judy Ceuvas on my list. I will continue to collect her books; I just wish they'd gone to spy on a different cast of characters in this one.
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