Wings of the Storm (Medieval Historical Romance) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Classic Time Travel Romance from New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Sizemore

Forced to travel to the Middle Ages when an experiment goes wrong, Dr. Jane Florian is forced to live as Lady Jehane from the Holy Land -and try not to do or say anything that could change the past.

It isn't easy keeping a ...
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Wings of the Storm (Medieval Historical Romance)

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Overview

Classic Time Travel Romance from New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Sizemore

Forced to travel to the Middle Ages when an experiment goes wrong, Dr. Jane Florian is forced to live as Lady Jehane from the Holy Land -and try not to do or say anything that could change the past.

It isn't easy keeping a low profile, the the castle where she hides needs cleaning, and the lord of the castle's young bride needs a makeover if she's going to get a happily ever after.

Jane's real troubles in leading a quiet life comes from the enigmatic Sir Daffyd, the Welsh mercenary whose attentions she knows she must defend her heart from - but can't.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013886216
  • Publisher: TKA Distribution
  • Publication date: 12/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 46,442
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

New York Times Bestselling author Susan Sizemore lives in the Midwest and knits when she isn't writing. She writes paranormal and historical romance as well as urban, epic and alternate universe fantasy. She's the author of the Vampire Primes romance series and Laws of the Blood urban fantasy series.

To learn more about Susan, visit www.SusanSizemore.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2006

    The back of the book was a better read

    This is about a women who is transported back to the 12th century. She is a historian and is desperately seeking a convent so as not to disturb the future. She is taken in by Lord Stephen and he is a super nice guy to her but a jerk to his betrothed for no other reason but her being fat, and flees his own manor. Liking this chivalric character all ready, taking pity on the new lady of the manor she makes her skinny to please her new lord and of course he falls deeply in love. Yeah he is a great guy. Now and again you get a glimpse of the hero, she describes him to be a gorgeous, but an arrogant man. You get cheeky banter back and forth for really no reason at all so I guess this kicks off her dreaming of this man every night. But there is hardly any actual play between the two for some reason he really doesn't hang around until the last part of the book so when she almost attacks the king, this is when these strangers eventually become randy and move on to an intimate level. This is also where she instantly falls in love, or has she loved him all this time? Anyway, after the romping session she confesses how much she's liked him from the first moment she met his rude self all the while holding back her confession of love and he also confesses he has liked her when the lad died or maybe because she was kind to the girl cause he didn't sound like he knew, anyway, like his character has any morals. This is also where she discovers that her main squeeze is actually not a very likable guy, (read the book you will know what I mean) The story was rushed and was just chaotically crazy. It was in a sense crap. I am sorry I thought maybe it would get better. I can't put a finger on it. Was it the writing? Or was it that the characters weren't really likable except maybe for the dogs? Maybe it was ruined by the very shoddy attempts at being funny? It was a mass of many reasons! I have seen the reviews of her other books and she really does get some good reviews. I am going to give another of her books a try. One of her newer ones.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2015

    LOCKED OUT RES 4!

    ~ Fierymoon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2015

    LOCKED OUT OF RES 4

    I didn't even cuss. I just rea he post, how to cuss and not get locked out! ~Ebonyflame

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2015

    Rosesky

    Walked around the trees calmly until she reached a clearing. She sat down under a shady tree feeling quite lazy. All of a sudden, she heard a rustling noise, coming from behind the ferns. She stood up silently and tiptoed toward the undergrowth. Slowly she moved the ferns away. She saw a flash of pale gray and white fur before the creature vanished. Rosesky sniffed the air. That had defenitly been a cat. Should she follow it? Silently, she stalked the cat. If it was going to hurt her, it would've done it in the open.<p>
    As she walked around the ferns, she noticed the other cat had stopped. It was a pale gray tom with a white belly, ears, tail, and paws. As she took a step closer, she accidentally stepped on a twig.<p>
    "Please," the tom croaked, "don't hurt me." Rosesky was quite surprised by the tom's voice. She had been expecting him to jump on her and kill her. Instead his eyes were clouded and he was shivering in fear.<p>
    "I'm not going to hurt you," she meowed. "Who are you?"<p>
    "I'm Jaybreeze," the tom responded quietly. Suddenly Rosesky noticed there was a huge gash in his side. She winced seeing the blood flow from it.<p>
    "Are you ok? What happened? Do you need help?" Rosesky asked quickly. She began to gather some cobwebs from a nearby tree.<p>
    "A rogue attacked me. Would you really help me?" Jaybreze mewed his voice soft, but quite surprised at the offer of help.<p>
    "Of course. And my name is Rosesky. I'm part of CelestialClan. I'm sure my clanmates will happily help you." Rosesky answered. "C'mon."<p>
    Rosesky began to walk toward camp with Jaybreeze. She let him lean on her for support. Finally they arrived at camp...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2015

    LOCKED OUT OF RES ONE

    Willow

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