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Lion's Lady

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

An Excellent Read

I do enjoy reading a good historical romance novel and this one is very very good. The prologue sets the story and completely pulls you in. I loved how Christina never let go of her roots. Her character and personality is quite charming. This story is enthralling and...
I do enjoy reading a good historical romance novel and this one is very very good. The prologue sets the story and completely pulls you in. I loved how Christina never let go of her roots. Her character and personality is quite charming. This story is enthralling and not disappointing.

posted by DelightedNovela on October 6, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I have read several of Julie Garwoods books and this was definitely the most disappointing. The story of Lyon and Christina felt contrived and didn't flow well. I think the characters were underdeveloped and lacked any type of intensity.

The book opens with a very promising story but as the characters play out you feel as though the book trails off. You never really get attached to the characters. Lyon is a strong male but Christina is almost irriatating. She goes from being strong to weak to almost ...
The book opens with a very promising story but as the characters play out you feel as though the book trails off. You never really get attached to the characters. Lyon is a strong male but Christina is almost irriatating. She goes from being strong to weak to almost annoying. The romance and passion that you would expecct in this type of book was never really there as I read page after page. I honestly had to stop reading the book. I just didn't enjoy the story. It wasn't interesting or suspenseful. I read the other reviews so I was completely shocked because I was anticipating a great read yet I was very disappointed. If you have never read a Julie Garwood book skip this one. It's not worth it.

posted by 1611164 on July 18, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2009

    I have read several of Julie Garwoods books and this was definitely the most disappointing. The story of Lyon and Christina felt contrived and didn't flow well. I think the characters were underdeveloped and lacked any type of intensity.

    The book opens with a very promising story but as the characters play out you feel as though the book trails off. You never really get attached to the characters. Lyon is a strong male but Christina is almost irriatating. She goes from being strong to weak to almost annoying. The romance and passion that you would expecct in this type of book was never really there as I read page after page. I honestly had to stop reading the book. I just didn't enjoy the story. It wasn't interesting or suspenseful. I read the other reviews so I was completely shocked because I was anticipating a great read yet I was very disappointed. If you have never read a Julie Garwood book skip this one. It's not worth it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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