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The Brat

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An amusing medieval romance

    By 1351, everyone from the help to the closest advisors and family members of Edward III know that wealthy heiress Lady Murie is the most spoiled brat in the monarchy. Thus when Lord Gaynor decides he needs a rich spouse, he considers Murie, but his best friends plead with Sir Balan to reconsider.------------------ King Edward spoils his goddaughter further when he allows her to select her husband. She chooses Sir Balan because she knows he is a kind and caring person. They marry immediately under the banner of a royal blessing. Murie plans to prove there is more substance to her than being the notorious brat. She knows his people suffered severely from the plague so she insures that everyone receives sustenance. Murie proves her worth and her love when she risks her life to prevent a killer from assassinating her beloved spouse.-------------- This is an amusing medieval romance with a late suspense that seems apropos with the changing personalities and relationship between the lead couple. The story line focuses on the Brat trying to demonstrate to her new husband that there is much more substance to her than just being a spoiled royal ward. Lynsay Sands is in top form with this humorous fourteenth century taming of the shrew¿s husband.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 24, 2014

    The Brat was an excellent book and also a great personality for

    The Brat was an excellent book and also a great personality for Murie to portray.  Balan is a great hero for Murie to marry and come to love.

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  • Posted November 22, 2013

    Great!

    Lynsay Sands does not disappoint.

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  • Posted August 19, 2013

    This was good. I like Lyndsay

    This was good. I like Lyndsay

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  • Posted August 3, 2013

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    Makes me laugh!

    Lynsay Sands knows how to take a traditional female character from a historical time and give her that "now" power. Anytime I have read her books I see alittle of all of us from the twenty first century in it. In this particular story, her main character has a reputation that she has created to be a pain in the butt, but in reality has done it to protect her true nature. The man who discovers it is the lucky man whom she marries. Loved it!!!

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