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Master of Torment (Blood Sword Legacy #2)

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  • Posted June 20, 2011

    Best of her Knight series

    I've read all three of the "Master" books by Karin. While all are great, Master of Torment really surpassed the others. I loved the female lead. Strong, smart, and still feminine. And of course, Wulfson was a fantastic alpha hero. I adored him. The details of medieval England are always meticulous and the plot was unique from most other historical romances. I also found this to be the sexiest of the series. This is definitely one I will re-read again. Bravo, Karin!

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  • Posted January 19, 2009

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    OMG!! A must must read!

    There is no amout of words i can say to describe this book other then OMG!! i read it in one sitting, i was not able to put it down, from the moment our main characters meet you become captivated and you are pulled into their world with no way out. plot after plot it gets better and better, and you become falling in love with the characters and are rooting for them till the end. The romance scence are great, and there are tear jerker moments. If you allow yourself to fall into this story you will want to read it to the end, for this will be one of your favorites. No cheesy romance here, the author is great and she leaves you wanting more in this series, for this is her 2nd book and it was unbelievable. I highly recommend this book and you will soon agree. enjoy!

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  • Posted November 5, 2008

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    Ms. Tabke provides medieval fans with a strong historical romance.

    In 1067 Saxon King Harold¿s niece Tarian of Dunlac believes a woman should have a say in who she should marry. Good with swords, she forces a man to marry her with her sword at his throat. Soon after her sharp nuptials, she becomes a widow.<BR/><BR/>When she is abducted by a brigand who tries to make her marry him, she refuses even under the threat of torture. Norman knight Wulfson de Trevelyn rescues her, but also knows his liege William the Conqueror has assigned him to kill all of Harold's surviving relatives. However, he cannot murder Tarian, whose courage and caustic tongue excites him. Tarian drugs Wulfson and takes him to her bed hoping to become pregnant so she can lie by claiming her child has come from her late husband¿s seed and not the Norman. As they fall in love, Wulfson risks his neck to keep Tarian safe from Normans, Saxons and Welshmen, but also does not trust his beloved. <BR/><BR/>Although the theme of a Saxon royal and a Norman knight fighting and falling love is a commonly used historical premise, Karin Tabke refreshes her Conqueror romance with the twist of the pregnancy ploy. Fans will enjoy the gender war between Tarian and Wulfson as each finds their taboo love testing their natural loyalties. Ms. Tabke provides medieval fans with a strong historical romance. <BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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