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  • The Wolf and the Dove
  • Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
  • English
  • 26 October 2018
  • 9780380007783

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Free read Ü The Wolf and the Dove 102 Kathleen E. Woodiwiss Ï 2 Free read Characters The Wolf and the Dove She aches to know the rapture of the conueror's kissThe DoveFor the first time ever mighty Wulfgar has been vanuished and by a bold and beautiful princess of Saxon blood He must have. This one had so much potential for greatness but it dragged on for what seemed like FOREVER going from one conflict to another and another And in the end the mainoriginal conflict was resolved almost too easily Presented like a gift with a nice little bow which after the long drawn out story felt unrealistic and hastily put together merely because the story had to end The way I see it the story was unnecessarily lengthy and a lot of the word count could ve been better used to create a reasonable natural organic endingI also want to mention that the fade to black love scenes were snooze worthy There was one particular instance where I wasn t even sure that the Hh had even had sex Reminded me a lot of the eyeroll worthy fade to black love scene in that popular book where the dawn would be breaking So if you like a little steam factor in your romance reads you will be a bit disappointed with this one

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Free read Ü The Wolf and the Dove 102 Kathleen E. Woodiwiss Ï 2 Free read Characters The Wolf and the Dove The chaste sensuous enchantress who is sworn to his destruction And he will risk life itself to nurture with tender passion a glorious union born in the blistering heat of hatred and w. She was the daughter of the lord of Darkenwald proud wise and uncommonly beautiful but now Aislinn is but a slave to the conuering Normans a plaything for the man who killed her father Sitting in the hall with rope tied about her neck and forced at the feet of her captor she watches helplessly as the Normans ransack her home and abuse her mother But she will have her revenge no Norman will ever conuer her nor will she ever give up the only home she has ever known Born as a bastard and scorned by his mother Wulfgar has come to hate women Though dispised because of his birth he is fair and just with all whom he meets When he arrives at Darkenwald to discover the knight he sent Ragnar to secure the town has killed the old lord and most of his serfs Wulfgar becomes furious and suspicious But when he espies the courageous Aislinn struggling to bury her father he wants her Never has he met a beautiful or bold wench with such a stout heart and he will tame her by every gentle and seductive means necessary Aislinn shall never willingly submit to any Norman her hatred for them knows no bounds until she meets the handsome and formidable Wulfgar who challenges her at every turn Despite the fact he is a bastard and a Norman he seems unusually honest and is handsome than any man has a right to be Why does his kiss make her insides uiver Why does he prefer to chain her to the foot of the bed instead of raping her as Ragnar has done He is kind and fair but his justice is swift and terrible How is she to resist this man who asks nothing of her but seduces her into offering everything Why is his heart so hard where women are concerned yet his touch so gentle Wulfgar has always been able to love a woman and leave her without nary a thought to cloud his mind Yet when William the Conuer demands his presence in London for his coronation it is Aislinn who haunts his every thought the softness of her fiery hair her womanly fragrance the passion in her touch the feel of her in his arms The vixen must have bewitched him it can be the only explination for Wulfgar must have her at his side no matter the cost Shocked by Wulfgar s summons Aislinn is only too eager to join her Norman knight in London But how can she give herself to a man who will never wed her who holds only pain and hatred for women in his heart How can she ever turn his mind to the tenderness she would give nay the love which has grown inside her He told her no woman had ever tarried in his mind yet he called for her He swore never to waist his hard earned monies on a female yet he lavishes her with gifts But he refuses to give her the one thing she so desperately yearns for his love Will she ever soften this hardened warrior s heart Can she ever make him acknowledge the love burning within herself Or will the enemies plotting against them succeed in ripping them apart and destroying them forever The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen E Woodiwiss is a classic epic tale of love passion and revenge The historical detail beautifully enhances this sweeping story and pulls the reader into the turbulent time of the Norman Conuest Aislinn and Wulfgar are such deep and complex you can t help but yearn for the gentle dove to tame the wild wolf and show him the power of love This novel has been on my keeper shelf for many years now and after re reading it I have to say it is no wonder Kathleen Woodiwiss inspired a genre which has taken the world by storm With elegant prose deeply emotional characters and exciting settings Ms Woodiwiss was a master of her craft Whether a novice to the genre or an old fan I highly recommend you read or re read as the case may be The Wolf and the Dove and be prepared to be swept away into a world long past

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Free read Ü The Wolf and the Dove 102 Kathleen E. Woodiwiss Ï 2 Free read Characters The Wolf and the Dove The WolfNoble Aislinn grieves as the Iron Wolf and his minions storm through her beloved Darkenwald And she burns with malice for the handsome Norman savage who would enslave hereven as. 362013 Re read with my local book groupThe Wolf and the Dove is Kathleen Woodiwiss s second novel written It s a rather lengthy Viking Historical with over 500 pages all of which I devoured as I enjoyed a re read with my local book peeps While I was happy to find it s still among my all time favorites I realize this book may not work for others Woodiwiss is well known for taking the romance genre into the bedroom in 1972 Still you will not find explicit sex scenes The Wolf and the Dove was first published in 1974 two years after The modern romance genre was born with Avon s publication of Kathleen Woodiwiss s The Flame and the Flower the first romance novel to follow the principals into the bedroom The year is 1066 and Saxon England is being invaded by the Normans who have taken up the cause of the soon to be King William Eighteen year old Aislinn of Darkenwald becomes an object of the spoils of war and now belongs to Wulfgar the Iron Wolf of Normandy While he s a fierce alpha warrior he s also fair to those under his rule And even though he may be the enemy Aislinn is intrigued by this handsome strangerWoodiwiss completely captures my attention within the first few pages and I enjoyed every minute of the tempestuous journey of Wulfgar and his Aislinn captor and slave There s angst jealousy treachery passion and sizzling chemistry There s a miraculous HEA ending where everything is wrapped up in a neat little bundle It s totally unbelievable but I loved it and it worked for me Also you ll find things that aren t historically correct Again not a problem for me When I read romance I m looking for the relationship aspects rather than a high percentage of historical accurate detail What I did find on my re read is one of the sexiest warriors I ve read Woodiwiss gives great insight into Wulfgar s feelings concerning love and marriage I found Aislinn to be a heroine that I loved She falls hard for this sexy warrior and while he may be satisfied with their relationship as it is she wants commitment Kathleen Woodiwiss was an amazingly talented author who has given me many hours of pleasure within the pages she s penned I m delighted to find she still sits among my favorites after all these years Whos Afraid of the Big Bad Boss? enslave hereven as. 362013 Re read with my local book groupThe Wolf and the Dove is Kathleen Woodiwiss s second novel written It s a rather lengthy Viking Historical with over 500 pages all of which I devoured as I Behind the Mountain enjoyed a re read with my local book peeps While I was happy to find it s still among my all time favorites I realize this book may not work for others Woodiwiss is well known for taking the romance genre into the bedroom in 1972 Still you will not find Addiction explicit sex scenes The Wolf and the Dove was first published in 1974 two years after The modern romance genre was born with Avon s publication of Kathleen Woodiwiss s The Flame and the Flower the first romance novel to follow the principals into the bedroom The year is 1066 and Saxon England is being invaded by the Normans who have taken up the cause of the soon to be King William Eighteen year old Aislinn of Darkenwald becomes an object of the spoils of war and now belongs to Wulfgar the Iron Wolf of Normandy While he s a fierce alpha warrior he s also fair to those under his rule And Harry Gruyaert even though he may be the Burning Central Coven 2 enemy Aislinn is intrigued by this handsome strangerWoodiwiss completely captures my attention within the first few pages and I A Cry in the Wilderness Poetry from Pakistan enjoyed Secret Sins every minute of the tempestuous journey of Wulfgar and his Aislinn captor and slave There s angst jealousy treachery passion and sizzling chemistry There s a miraculous HEA A Wedding in Hell ending where Lee Child CD Audiobook Bundle everything is wrapped up in a neat little bundle It s totally unbelievable but I loved it and it worked for me Also you ll find things that aren t historically correct Again not a problem for me When I read romance I m looking for the relationship aspects rather than a high percentage of historical accurate detail What I did find on my re read is one of the sexiest warriors I ve read Woodiwiss gives great insight into Wulfgar s feelings concerning love and marriage I found Aislinn to be a heroine that I loved She falls hard for this sexy warrior and while he may be satisfied with their relationship as it is she wants commitment Kathleen Woodiwiss was an amazingly talented author who has given me many hours of pleasure within the pages she s penned I m delighted to find she still sits among my favorites after all these years