There Your Heart Will Be Also

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Only daughter of an English lord, Sarra of Greenbriar, is used to getting her way. So when her father passes and the King begins sending suitors, she feels justified in taking matters into her own hands. Through a series of harmless pranks, Sarra works to keep the potential husbands at bay.

Cedric MacNeil is a Scotsman that has lost it all. Death claimed his parents and jealousy claimed his entitled position as Laird of his clan. Since his mother was a familiar of the English ...

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Overview

Only daughter of an English lord, Sarra of Greenbriar, is used to getting her way. So when her father passes and the King begins sending suitors, she feels justified in taking matters into her own hands. Through a series of harmless pranks, Sarra works to keep the potential husbands at bay.

Cedric MacNeil is a Scotsman that has lost it all. Death claimed his parents and jealousy claimed his entitled position as Laird of his clan. Since his mother was a familiar of the English court, he leaves his native land and heads to England to fight on behalf of the English King. Tournaments are won, earning honor and glory for the crown. Cedric's reward is the opportunity to gain what he wants most in this life, land.

But as he gets to know Sarra, he realizes he might get more than he bargained for.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468144833
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/1/2011
  • Pages: 266
  • Sales rank: 1,193,269
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Felicia Rogers, born and raised in the southern part of the United States, is a Christian wife and mother. She is just your average, ordinary woman, with a side interest-- writing. For eleven years, every waking moment of her life was consumed with changing diapers, wiping noses, and kissing scrapes. But now that her children have grown and she enjoys a modicum of freedom, in addition to taking care of hearth and home, she writes! She enjoys adding a flavor of realism and humor to her all too real romance stories. For what is love without a little laughter?
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Too Much Romance - Not Enough Story/Plot

    I enjoy historical fiction with a touch of romance. This book was too touchy-feelie for my tastes. I found the characters shallow. The author could have done so much more with the male hero of this story. She painted him to be brave but not very smart. There were also times when he stepped in to "save the day" when it seems the lady's guards should have done so. (the author did mention how attentive and watchful the guards were to their lady yet appeared to be willing to allow her to drown at one point)

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 28, 2011

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    very good read

    There Your Heart Will Be Also by Felicia Rogers The King has sent him to take over control of the castle and to wed the mistress. He wanders around in town and learns about it and the people living in it, working in it. He's fallen for a maid and he knows it's not right as he has to wed the mistress in order to get the land. He is a Scot and he's intrigued with the Lists and watches how the English fight with their swords and attempts to show them how he fights with his kilt on. He senses something isn't right here. Sarra has a lot of friends in the keep that are intentionally keeping her suitors from the King away. Every one of them has either come down with a health ailment or they see the mistress as an old haggard women. It is her 21st birthday and the whole village will be stopping work soon and helping to celebrate with a feast, dancing and drinking. He does not have a gift for the mistress but he does have one for the maid and she loves it. An uprising occurs to cut the party short and things don't add up. His band of men weren't to come til they were summoned. He learns that gold is involved and can't understand why one is paying anybody to steal sheep. There are many things that occur that I thought would be in a specific order and just when I thought something would happen a certain way the opposite happened or it was three fold as worse than I feared. Like the anticipation of what was to happen next and especially liked the sharing of the book with Cedric. Was happy to learn that he wanted to learn more of it. This story reminds me of Covington Cross where the mother had passed away so the young girl took on a role that made her as strong as her brothers in every regard and ran the castle. This book has strong characters that are likeable. I rate this book a 5.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    Great premise, but the predictable story line made me lose interest.

    Some appear to have enjoyed this book, but I didn't even finish because I got bored with the story line. Now I know why I was able to buy it so cheap!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2012

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    I enjoy Historical fiction love stories. I can't believe I read this book in one afternoon. Over 800 pages. Couldn't put it down. It is a good story of love and faith.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 13, 2012

    I couldn't put it down!

    I really enjoyed There your Heart Will Be Also, the story kept me wanting to never put it down. The Heroin has a quick mind and wit that kept me laughing throughout. The Hero, well (hubba, hubba) who doesn't like a guy who falls for who you really are; although I did want to smack him upside his head a few times and say 'really? How blind can you be?' But all in all this was a sweet love story without getting into overly physical detail. I am definitely a fan of Felicia Rogers and can't wait to read more of her books!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 29, 2011

    Sweet Love Story...Amazing Author

    There Your Heart Will Be Also is a sweet story of faith and love. From the moment you start reading you are caught up in the lives of two people in the mid 16th century. Your heart goes out to Cedric who is trying to overcome his past and prove himself and to Sarra who is strong during a time when women were considered lesser creatures incapable of taking care of lands or running keeps alone. Despite lies and deceptions these two fall in love and Cedric is introduced to a faith and a God that can overcome all. Felicia Rogers does an amazing job of bringing these characters and this time period to life. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more by Felicia Rogers.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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