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Intrigued (Skye's Legacy Series #4)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable third generation O'Malley tale

    In 1650 forces loyal to Cromwell win the Civil War and Autumn Leslie¿s beloved father dies in battle in support of Charles. Autumn, accompanied by her mother Jasmine, flees to her half-brother¿s estate, but when the Roundheads kill her sister-in-law in cold blood, the two Leslie women flee to the family estate in France. <P>In France, Sebastian d¿Oleron courts Autumn, earns her love, and marries her. They are happy together and have a child, but he suddenly dies from an apparent heart attack. A year later, when young King Louis XIV learns of Sebastian¿s death, he provides comfort to the widow and soon they make love. She has a child with him. When Cromwell dies, the King is restored and Autumn returns to England where she seduces King Charles, becomes pregnant, but the child is stillborn. A hero of the restored throne, Gabriel Birmingham loves and loathes Autumn, but he has a history as the man who led the Roundheads when her sister-in-law was murdered years ago. <P>Although there is much filler material that provides detailed information on some of the stars of previous novels in the saga, this is an exciting historical romance that brings alive the seventeenth century courts of France and England. The story line is fast-paced in spite of the unnecessary flashbacks. The plot requires a bit of a stretch since much centers on Autumn sleeping with two kings, but Beatrice Small makes it feel as if her lead character was truly a real person. This is a solid O¿Malley after the next generation tale that will please the diehard series reader. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2012

    Great

    Loved it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2005

    Beartice Small WOW

    I fell in-love with Skye O'Malley the first time I read the book and looked forward to the next book. I just found out about the last two installments of the O'Malley Saga and I loved meeting Lady Fortune and her Kerian, she is truly an O'Malley woman Skye would be so proud of her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2001

    Engaging addition to Skye's Legacy

    This book was a definate must read on my list and it was well worth it. It was, as Ms. Smalls books always are, well versed in history and had exciting romances. I found myself riveted in watching Skye and Jasmine's ways in Autumn. Yet she has a style all her own. Skye would've been proud of all her great-grandaughters but I think that Autumn would've stolen her heart.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2001

    Another story of skye's latest descendent

    I love Small's stories of Skye n' her family! And this latest story is a great addition to the anthology. Autumn definitely reminds the readers of her great-grandmother and her men are just as hott! It is nice to see Skye's family grown and prospering and being a big influence in the making of history. Hopefully B.Small will come out with another story of Skye's family!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2001

    Not her best work

    I am a huge fan of beatrice small so imagine my disappointment when I read this book. I thought the book was somewhat boring and a little over the top (two kings fall in love with lead charecter?). I hope Ms. Small goes back to her usual style of writing.

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