The Warrior: A Rouge Historical Romance

The Warrior: A Rouge Historical Romance

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by Nicole Jordan
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780091948818
Publisher:
Crown Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/28/2012

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Warrior 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
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Chastel More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite authors... highly recommended
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MBV More than 1 year ago
I CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF HER BOOKS. SHE MAKES YOU LAUGH AND CRY AND UTTERLY BREATHLESS.
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ErocticTreasures More than 1 year ago
I read this book along time ago and with a great picture on the cover as well He has long black hair, tight black pants and with no shirt on,and with a swored in his hand, she is on bent knees looking up at him with red long hair. I keep all my books and covers, so when I need to go back and see what others cant see like the covers. I sure do not know why the other give it a 4 star. What can I say how well it was done, you will have to read it for your self. He was a great worrior. I have never had a dislike of any of Nicole Jordans books. I have read most of them. I have read theses as well and just as good. I give Mrs Jordan a 10 Star.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the first book I read by Nicole Jordan and not the last! The characters were so well defined, I felt as if I personally new them. The sex scenes are steamy and erotic! I enjoyed the battle of wills between the main characters sense neither would give in. The only bad thing I would have to say about this book would be that it was in some places to drawn out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Any other book by nicole jordan deserves 5 stars. Perhaps because this is a reissue from years ago it isn't quite as good as her others. Or maybe it was that the warrior was a whiney male who refused to believe ariane can be a trusted female. A steamy read as usual. What you normally expect from jordan-you get.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I usually enjoy Nicole Jordan's novels but this one was too long and drawn out. The plot was boring and she basically repeated herself with the dialogue. This one is definitely not her best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this historical romance but, it seemed to drag, A LOT. The plot was good but it kept going over the same stuff again and again. The characters and setting are very well done.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you love real romance, the kind where you are dying for the hero and heroine to fall in love, but only if it's realistic, THE WARRIOR is what you'll want to read. I fall into the 'reality' created by Nicole Jordan because a) her characters are well-drawn, strong, and engaging b) her historical accuracy has me shaking my head in wonder... she does NOT cheat or skimp in this area (hence, you're there in the 12th century, IN the story, with them... c) her love scenes are so gorgeous(and varied) as to die for. This 2005 edition is a revised version in the old first edition of THE WARRIOR, Ranulf (the hero) was really very rough at times with Ariane(the heroine), and although the roughness would've been perfectly in keeping with 12-century mores, it's sometimes hard for modern readers to get past this. In this new edition, Ms. Jordan has made Ranulf a bit more gentle at times, without him losing one ounce of his alpha-maleness. She has written a beautiful and completely believable love story, complex and rich and full of detail. I'm so spoiled by Ms. Jordan's writing, that now I expect each of her books to be fabulous, and she never lets me down. Treat yourself to THE WARRIOR he and his love Ariane will capture your senses and your heart. ******************
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you love ROMANCE, the kind where you are dying for the hero and heroine to fall in love, but only if it's realistic, THE WARRIOR is what you'll want to read. I fall into the 'reality' created by Nicole Jordan because a) her characters are well-drawn, strong, and engaging b) her historical accuracy has me shaking my head in wonder... she does NOT cheat or skimp in this area (hence, you're there in the 12th century, IN the story, with them.. c) her love scenes are so gorgeous(and varied) as to die for. This is a revised version in the old first edition of THE WARRIOR, Ranulf (the hero) was really VERY rough at times with Ariane(the heroine), but actually the roughness would've been perfectly in keeping with 12-century mores... but it's sometimes hard for modern readers to get past this. In this new edition, Ms. Jordan has made Ranulf a bit more gentle at times, without him losing one ounce of his alpha-maleness. She has written a beautiful and completely believable love story, complex and rich and full of detail. Nicole Jordan is my favorite historical romance writer. I've become so spoiled by the beauty of her stories and characters -- at times I've wept, I'm so drawn into them -- that now I expect each of her books to be fabulous, and she never lets me down. Treat yourself to THE WARRIOR, he and his love Ariane will capture your senses and your heart.