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Broken Dove (Fantasyland Series Book 4) (English Edition) par [Ashley, Kristen]
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Far too young, Apollo Ulfr lost Ilsa, his wife, the love of his life and the mother of his two children. The grief of her loss does not settle in his soul, it solders to it. But when he discovers there is a parallel universe where his wife may have a twin, he feels there's hope and sets about bringing her to his world so he can have her back.
But Ilsa Ulfr of our world is married to the parallel universe's twin, Pol, who is not a good man. Not in any way. She's on the run from him and the last thing she wants is to be transported to a fantastical world and be forced to take his side as his wife, even if he is not Pol. And Apollo finds the broken Ilsa nothing like his beloved, and further, wants nothing to do with her.
But darkness is looming and evil is amassing. Apollo must protect his land and keep his family safe, including the new Ilsa.

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Kristen Ashley is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She grew up in Indiana, but has lived in Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she’s been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least), but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, living in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up. And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better

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HASH(0x931b8804) étoiles sur 5 same heroine, different story 28 décembre 2013
Par stallen - Publié sur
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Kind of disappointed actually, this series went down hill for me after Lahn and Circe, its really hard to enjoy a book when you keep comparing the leads and the story to theirs. But even without that, this book was difficult for me to enjoy for a number of reasons.

The story basically tells of Apollo who lost the love of his life and so asks a witch to bring over her twin from our world. Madeline (the heroine) is married to Apollo's twin in our world in a very abusive relationship. Suffice to sy, Apollo isn't very happy when Madeline comes over as she's not the wife he was expecting. Through all of the drama that follows they somehow fall in love.

Madeline falling in love with Apollo I can believe. Apart from one of his dick-moves, he's quite a Lovely guy who loves his children and his people and loves his late wife. Which is the problem that I had when i first read the summary many many months ago and the problem that I still have now even after reading the book. Apollo is still mourning his late wife, and the sole reason Maddy is in his world in the first place is as a replacement of this wife. I can't believe that he went from still being in love with her to being in love with Maddy.... who looks EXACTLY like her. Doesn't matter what he says. And Maddy is way more confident then I would be in her position because if I looked exactly like my love interests late wife who he adores/ed I would have an inferiority complex and doubts a mile long. It just seemed to me that this issue was in no way addressed satisfactorily for Maddys sake, and that Apollo got all of the benefits. Yay for Apollo.

Is it just me or are all her heroines starting to sound the same? Same inner voice, almost the same statements. And is it really common to call someone 'honey', since it seems like they all do it. For once I'd like one of her heroines to actually follow through with a threat of leaving rather than staying after a sob story from the hero. What he said was a total dick move, even if she was kind of an idiot, his apology in no way makes up for it. And why is she always the one that has to go and make ammends to him... just once in this story I wanted him to go to her and acknowledge he was a dick and apologise.

Plotwise, it was meh. I'm glad that they've resolved the whole issue with the big bads and it was awesome to see the return of some of the couples from the past (Lahn&Circe!), but I still don't understand why these ladies ended up in Fantasyland.

Anyway, I think for me this may be the last KA book that I purchase. I adore her earlier writings and some of her stories are the blueprint in which I compare others. I still wait with baited breath for Frankie&Bennys story but after the disappointments of the last few books I believe I'll just wait until that one's in my local library.

Thanks for the memories KA.
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HASH(0x931b8858) étoiles sur 5 Not too interesting a leading lady... 17 août 2014
Par Tammi - Publié sur
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The heroine was not well developed. The character switched too often from confident, solid/defined to shaky and insecure for not too creditable reasons. It didn't help that she had nothing credit-worthy to contribute to the story. It would have been nicer had she been more than a piece of a**.
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HASH(0x931b8b34) étoiles sur 5 I stopped reading at one point, but I am glad I finished for the storyline alone 20 août 2014
Par Tiffany A. - Publié sur
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I had really been looking forward to hearing about Apollo and Ilsa. It sounded heartbreaking and nobody writes heartbreaking better than KA. The beginning was wonderful and the end was wonderful. I stopped reading in the middle because it got a little “blah”. I just recently decided to give it another try and I am super glad that I did. I feel like the storyline has a resolution, but Noc (Prince Tor’s this world version) is going to get his own story (I am worried Franka is the heroine and she is NOT likeable). This one takes place in our world so I am not sure if a new storyline will begin with his story.

Apollo’s Ilsa died five-ish years ago and he has paid Valentine a whole lot of diamonds to get the Ilsa of this world to him. He wants to replace his dead wife. Oh boy. He brings her to his world and immediately decided this was a bad idea. She is not his dead wife, Isla but she looks exactly like her so his pain is immense. He abandons her almost immediately at one of his estates with his men. The problem is the Apollo of our world is a bad, bad man. Ilsa had been running from him for years and had just found her when good Apollo brought her here. Thus, she can’t go back.

Of course, the reader knows that it is only a matter of time before Apollo finds that he loves this Ilsa and of course it happens. This is where I lost interest. However, not long after this the action picks up with the bad guys from the previous books starting a war. Ilsa gets to know Circe, Finnie and Cora (I had to go back and read Finnie’s story after finishing this book!). What I didn’t like about Ilsa (or as she is known in this world, Maddie) is that she is not nearly as sassy as the other women. She doesn’t stand up to Apollo and is always apologizing. However, I think this goes with a character who has been terrorized mentally, verbally, emotionally and physically by a bad man for years and then being on the run for years. I never got a good picture of what she looked like in my head and in fact I feel like I knew Apollo better in his appearances in the other books than in this book.

I had a hard time thinking that Apollo loving a dead Ilsa and then meeting the living one was a good plot idea. Too much baggage for him to move past this.

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HASH(0x931b8a2c) étoiles sur 5 So good 30 décembre 2013
Par Kat - Publié sur
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I had this on my Kindle the day it came out and Ms. Ashley just did not disappoint one bit. The length of the book was what I needed after reading so many others lately that catch my attention and then just stop. I like being able to lose myself in a book for a few hours and with my other purchases recently, not so much. Fell in love with Apollo even more than I was before - even if I did want to slap him upside his head with the way he acted sometimes. Fell even more in love with Derrik though, I want him to find someone for himself now.

I thought that this was the end of the series, so to find out that there will be another book makes this girl happy.
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HASH(0x931b8c18) étoiles sur 5 Struggling to finish 1 janvier 2014
Par so many books... - Publié sur
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I was excited to see that this was Apollo's story because it was built up and talked about in the other books. The beginning of the book seemed good and I was really getting into but I'm not sure when but it just turned very blah. I am really struggling to even finish this book. I have read so many reviews that say that it seems like almost the same hero and heroine but in another book and it felt that way again to me here. I have more Kristen Ashley books on my kindle than any other author because she has quite a few books and some of her books I absolutely adore and have even gone back and reread parts of them. Lately it seems though that each time I read one I am left disappointed. I haven't even bought Jagged or even the new one before that. There was a lot of talk about the war in this book which I found extremely boring. I think they fell in love so fast and it was very hard to believe especially coming from Apollo. In the other books we were told about how he loved his wife so deeply and within a couple weeks of spending time Maddie he actually mentions he might love her more. It just seemed strange., He seemed similar to all the rest of the males in the series except Lahn who was my favorite. In conclusion I say this book is not doing it for me at all and unless something that just grabs me and amazes me comes along I think I will skip Kristen Ashley books for a little while. I have been left less than impressed for too many books now.
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