[The Passionate Enemies Norman Trilogy #3 [BOOK] Free Reading online Epub BY Jean Plaidy

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DISCOVER A LOST CLASSIC IN PLAIDY'S SCINTILLATING NORMAN SERIES This is the third and final book in The Norman Trilogy and tells the story of the last days of the reign of Henry I His son and wife are dead and Henry hastily remarries a woman than thirty years his junior in the hope of producing a male heir and securing the. stick a fork in me Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. reign of Henry I His son and wife are dead and Henry hastily Burning Attraction remarries a woman than thirty years his junior in the hope of producing a male heir and securing the. stick a fork in me

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The Passionate Enemies Norman Trilogy #3

Succession If he fails the throne will pass to Matilda and Henry fears that his nobles will not willingly serve a woman But after his death this feckless daughter becomes the focus of a line of would be kings and soon the country is plunged into a bitter civil war that only a child can undo 'Jean Plaidy by the skilful ble. This third in the trillergy was a good read focusing on the later life of Henry I and the lovehate relationship which led to and continued throughout the period of anarchy as Eing Stephen and Emporess Matilda vied for the thrownIn this novel I did notice uite a few points and statements repeated regularly throughout and at times this felt laboured I would say of all the books it felt most drawn out with less material behind the novel if it had been a shorter novel I think this would have been an improvementI am looking forward to continuing into Plaidy s Plantagenet series soon

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Nding of superb storytelling and meticulous attention to authenticity of detail and depth of characterisation has become one of the country's most widely read novelists' Sunday Times 'Full blooded dramatic exciting' Observer 'Plaidy excels at blending history with romance and drama' New York Times 'Outstanding' Vanity Fair. A bit of a throw away It includes the concept that Stephen and Matilda were in love and met way than is possible factually


10 thoughts on “The Passionate Enemies Norman Trilogy #3

  1. says:

    No nasty descriptive sex in this book like all her books And I like that I love all her booksbut I liked The Bastard King; the first of her Nor

  2. says:

    This is an ok ending to a series I would have liked to see effort on the character of Stephen I think he’s an interesting king when it comes down to it Matilda is a woman who stands out The other characters in the book pu

  3. says:

    stick a fork in me

  4. says:

    Incredibly melodramatic and occasionally unintentionally hilarious in its depiction of the relationship between

  5. says:

    This third in the trillergy was a good read focusing on the later life of Henry I and the lovehate relationship which led to and continued throughout the period of anarchy as Eing Stephen and Emporess Matilda vied for the thrownIn th

  6. says:

    I think I prefer Sharon Kay Penman's When Christ and all his saints slept to this book It was a good book but I found too much was crammed into the last 150 pages Sharon's book has detail into this civil war and the people involved than Jean does

  7. says:

    A bit of a throw away It includes the concept that Stephen and Matilda were in love and met way than is possible factually

  8. says:

    empress mathilda daughter of Henry I Beauclerc and grand daughter of Willia the Conueror and the fight for the thr

  9. says:

    The Passionate Enemies has a laughable jacket description Definitely leaning on the side of ridiculousness She was Matilda The arrogant cold daughter of Henry I An empress a woman who had worn out one aging husband only to dominate her next a mere boy Geoffrey first of the fiery Plantagenets Only one man had ever mattere

  10. says:

    Like the second instalment of the Norman Trilogy “The Passionate Enemies” does not match the brilliance of Book 1 yet it is impressive nonethelessI find this period of the 1100s an interesting one Here we see the latte

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