A Memory of Love

A Memory of Love

by Bertrice Small
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A Memory of Love by Bertrice Small

A tale of stunning passion, reckless danger, and the fierce will of a remarkable woman who can wield a sword as powerfully as any man–and who dares to fight for her most uninhibited desires. . . .

Spirited, iron-willed Rhonwyn is the bastard child of the Prince of Wales, raised more boy than girl, able to ride and fight with the best. Against her wishes, she is married off to an English lord, Edward de Beaumont, who is stunned to discover that his lovely gilt-haired bride is a fiery wildcat with a mind of her own. Slowly, he wins her trust and her heart, and she accompanies him on the Crusades to North Africa. But when Edward falls ill, Rhonwyn boldly leads his troops, only to become a captive of the sensual Emir of Cinnebar, a man who will teach her the ways of erotic love–passions that will be put to the test when she returns to England to battle once more . . . this time for the man who rules her heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780345435187
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/26/2002
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 508,012
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.87(h) x 1.07(d)

About the Author

Bertrice Small lives on the North Fork of the eastern end of Long Island, where she writes her novels in a light-filled studio surrounded by her cover paintings and many mementos of the romance genre. Married for more than three decades to her husband, George, she is the mother of Thomas, mother-in-law of Megan, and grandmother of Chandler David Small and Cora Alexandra Small. Longtime readers will be happy to know that Nicky, the charming cockatiel, Pookie (a.k.a. Sebastian), the long haired greige and white cat, Honeybun, the little orange ladycat with the cream colored paws, and Finnegan, the long-haired bad black kitty, remain her dearest companions.

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Memory of Love 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of her best works. The story is an exciting passionate romance. She changes the typical romance story with a few suprises. Her book is passionate, romantic and exciting. I cann't wait for her next book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Late in the thirteenth century, as part of a peace treaty with King Henry, the Prince of Wales Llywelyn of Gruffydd agrees to have his daughter wed an English knight. However, his daughter, Rhonwyn grew up amidst soldiers with no female presence. She is a fine warrior, but far from an acceptable lady.

Still Rhonwyn does her duty and marries Edward de Beaumont. He earns her trust and ultimately her love by his actions towards his people and her brother. When he goes to North Africa on a crusade, Rhonwyn comes too. When Edward becomes ill, she leads his men into battle only to become the prisoner of the Emir of Cinnebar, who teaches her sexual passion. As she learns how to please a man, Rhonwyn wonders what awaits her if she ever escapes and returns to England and her beloved Edward.

A MEMORY OF LOVE is an entertaining medieval romance filled with erotic love. The crisp story line centers on the relationship between Edward and Rhonwyn, but is interrupted by the author¿s trademark harem scene that adds nothing to the plot. Overall, Ms. Small writes a wonderful historical romance starring two exciting characters struggling to find an everlasting love.

Harriet Klausner

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Not one of Small's better books. Was a little disappointed!
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I am an avid reader and have read many of Bertrices books. This one, by far, has toooooooo much explicit sex. Most of her readers are probably not children and adults do not need all of the detail between Rhonwyn and Rashid. Tacky!!!!