Amanda McIntyre Charlotte Featherstone Kristi Astor
- Title: Winter's Desire
- Author: Amanda McIntyre Charlotte Featherstone Kristi Astor
- ISBN: 9780373605354
- Page: 321
- Format: Paperback
On Solstice eve long ago, a Druid priestess and Norse warrior succumb to forbidden, erotic desire Their passion is one that neither death, decree nor time can tear asunder.Now three women of later centuries begin their own sensual journeys, awakened by the ancient power of the priestess s words Burn bright of winter s desire SABELINE experiences surprisingly unbridledOn Solstice eve long ago, a Druid priestess and Norse warrior succumb to forbidden, erotic desire Their passion is one that neither death, decree nor time can tear asunder.Now three women of later centuries begin their own sensual journeys, awakened by the ancient power of the priestess s words Burn bright of winter s desire SABELINE experiences surprisingly unbridled nights with her betrothed s best friend in a lusty medieval tale SINEAD her body yearns for her husband, killed in the Crimean War and for the officer who broke the tragic news AISLING writes risqu stories under a secret pen name, but her real life love life is a bore until she makes a wish for her winter s desire that works only too well.
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Review: "Winter Awakening" by Amanda McIntyreSabeline, nervous about her ability to hold her future husband's interest, requests ample advice from her worldly cousin, Margaret. Recalling her betrothed's wondering eye upon their meeting three years ago, she hopes desperately that he's sated his lustful oats. Perhaps learning a man's pleasure will be helpful in securing Lord Benedict's desire. But when Margaret asks her to picture Lord Benedict while she explores her body, to Sabeline's horror it' [...]
Wales, 1119In this time period, I always have to remind myself of the standards back then. A woman of virtue was a virgin when she got married. A man could have any number of mistresses and that was deemed okay. Women were not allowed to speak up either. So, when I begin a story, I always have to remind myself of these few things.Now with these things in mind, we meet Sabeline - she is in her early twenties. By an agreement between her father and the king of England, she is to marry a Marcher Lo [...]
Amanda McIntyre's story was okay. Another example of a women from the 1100s acting like it's 2010. The story was kind of romantic but nothing that held my interest.Now the Charlotte Featherstone story was something different. I loved that the characters aren't part of the "ton" as in other books about this time period in England/Ireland/Wales. Loved Sinead and Kiernan's love and how passionate it was. There's a little mystical visit from her first husband that was really hot, but not in a very o [...]
I loved these stories - all three of them! They made for great escape reading and I'm not critical of historical accuracy when reading romantic erotica. If you're that much of a stickler for accuracy, romantic fiction really isn't for you. Get yourself some dry non-fiction instead of discouraging readers, like me, who will really enjoy this genre because we don't have to spend a lot of time thinking or analyzing while reading it.
Great book. loved the stories. It was a nice beach read
The book contains three stories that revolve around the winter's solstice and a particular place even though they are to take place in different years in history.There is: Winter Awakening by Amanda McIntyre Midnight Whispers by Charlotte Featherstone Lover's Dawn by Kristi AstorIf you are into reading books that are historically accurate then this book isn't for you, most romance books are not going to be absolutely accurate, they can play a little with history in order to make sure to have the [...]
The first story was eh, found myself skimming, seemed like very strange behavior from everyone and with the element of a "Tristam & Ysuelt" (I don't have my Welsh dictionary on me so I hope I got that spelling right) it was a mishmash of contemporary and ancient. Didn't have enough Celtic strain for me and the ending was both obvious and rushed. 3.0Sinead by Charlotte FeatherstoneOk, so I knew from the first paragraph that I wasn't going to like it. I read up to chapter two and stopped. Ther [...]
I'm not usually into romance novels anyway, but I liked the sound of this - and it started out quite nicely, too (if one ignores historical inaccuracies and overblown language, which I was quite willing to do).Unfortunately, the closer the two protagonists, Sabeline and Ranulf, got, the more Sabeline transformed from a young, inexperienced woman who nevertheless was quite comfortable with herself into the worst kind of helpless damsel who let herself be pushed around and ultimately rescued. This [...]
"Kieran era così forte, virile, eppure delicato al tempo stesso, attento ai suoi bisogni. Le sue carezze erano piene di passione e lei lo voleva e lo temeva in uguale misura, perché, se si fosse abbandonata al desiderio, non sarebbe più riuscita a tenerlo a freno, in memoria di David." Per ora ho letto i primi due racconti e mi sono piaciuti, vediamo se anche il terzo sarà interessante allo stesso modo Finito come stile il racconto che mi è piaciuto di più è stato il secondo, ma come cont [...]
This was a fairly well written collection of erotica with a nice magical, mystical feel to it. I liked the story of the Druid priestess and her Viking lover, their mating and parting and the spell of love that began from her loss.
4 étolies rien que pour l'histoire de Charlotte Featherstone. Les autres nouvelles sont bien écrites également. Un petit régal de nouvelles. A lire et relire à l'envie
3 women, who come into possession of a winter's poem/spell leading them to the man to love
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