Dangerous Favor (Poitevin Hearts, #3)

Dangerous Favor (Poitevin Hearts, #3)

by Joyce DiPastena

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BN ID: 2940152780963
Publisher: Joyce DiPastena
Publication date: 08/26/2015
Series: Poitevin Hearts , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

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Dangerous Favor 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BarbsReviews on LibraryThing 25 days ago
Joyce has done it again with this book. I love her writing and the medieval romance gets me every time. Another gripping book like Loyalty's Web. The research is wonderful you feel like you are in France along with everyone else. I read a lot of romance novels here lately and I like them , but when I want clean romance I turn to Joyce. She has a way of brining her characters to life to grip you through out the book. A page turner. Mathilde is my favorite character. Even though she is our damsel in distress she tries her hardest to help herself. The relationship she has with Etienne is a remarkable one full of love. A must read for everyone.
CleanTeenFiction More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book! There were a few slow parts for me, but I loved the characters so much that it didn't bother me too much. There are two main characters, Mathilde and Etienne, and the story was told from both perspectives. It was great to hear from both sides of the story. It helped me like them more. Mathilde was a little star struck with a handsome man, Lord Therri, when she first came to the tournament with her brother. She even referred to him as The Vision. Silly, silly girl. She drove me a little crazy thinking Lord Therri, aka The Vision, was the perfect man when she didn't even know him. I liked Etienne all throughout the book. He seemed kind, loyal, and fun to be around. I loved how the story was wrapped around the tradition of giving favors to knights. Women chose their champion knight before the tournaments and gave them something they had on them like a handkerchief or ribbon from their hair. To see all that entailed and the consequences that came was very entertaining. This is a wonderful love story that might appeal more to older teens and adults since their ages are: Mathilde, 18, and Etienne, 24.
EnglishRoseJ More than 1 year ago
DiPastena has done it again! I can't get enough of this series. The rich world of medieval France continues in it's tangled web of loyalties of love. I was sucked in once again and simply couldn't put it down. Building on two side characters in previous books, Etienne and Therri have their own adventures of finding love and testing priorities. Their wonderful characters are complimented by Mathilde and Lady Violette. Mathilde is a brave character that you just have to love. She plays the damsel who, though in distress, is determined to try to help herself. Lady Violette is slightly volitile but still a fun side character. Mathilde and Etienne have a sweet romance that makes you smile and curl your toes. Overall a great tale of romance and mystery - a great book in a fabulous series!