From This Moment On is a book from Lynn Kurland’s de Piaget Family series. In this sweeping, emotional love story, USA Today bestselling author Lynn Kurland takes us back to the thirteenth century-and all the passion. From This Moment On By Lynn Kurland – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Here, Colin is revealed in all his glory! I laughed at the wedding night scene when he broke her nose; I could not help feeling sorry for her.
He is to die for, kind, funny, brave, and I’m going to go on a limb that he takes baths. This book is connect Not too many romances have a hero who’s describes as ‘loutish,’ has pervasive body odor, and is clueless about wooing a woman.
At one point Colin breaks Alienore’s nose! This book is pretty clean, so if you don’t like steamy romances, this would be good for you.
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Lists with This Book. The more time Alienore spends with Colin, the more she mlment he is not as bad Alienore has a cruel stepmother. Two years ago his bride-to-be, Alienore, fled and hasn’t been seen since. When she finds herself as his knight in training, she’s pretty sure that she’s descended into hell. This kurlznd one of the few that doesn’t involve time travel and is, instead, firmly rooted in a medieval England.
From This Moment On | de Piaget Family | Lynn Kurland
My favorite bit was after she accepted his proposal of marriage but asked to be wooed first. The biggest one is why would she believe the stories she heard from her hated and despised stepmother? I laughed even more heartily at their discussion of what to name their daughter–Colin tel Eh This book is not for everyone!
Jason was my favorite character. Colin has such a kurlland reputation on the battlefields that he is known as The Butcher of Berkamshire. I honestly have no idea how to rate this book, so Momnet won’t.
This book was bad. I’ve literally been laughing on every page. Set at some unspecified time in the Middle Ages though if you are looking for historical purity, look elsewherethe book has everything I like, cross-dressing included: I also don’t know why her father was such a moron about the stepmother, nor why the stepmother was so mean to Alienore but seemingly not her brothers.
Once everyone knows who is who, it is very sweet to watch them fall in love and come together against their enemies. A onn improvement from the way things were going with this series!
Alienore hasn’t had the greatest life with her new nasty stepmother, but it reaches new lows when the woman agrees to betroth her to the infamous Butcher of Berhamshire, a man with the reputation fgom fierce that it scared away a large number of prospective brides. However, I think the interactions between the lunn did allow Alienore time to see what a good person Colin was underneath all that gruff.
This is where the book goes from entertaining to pure hilarious awesome. I was a fro, worried when I heard of this book.
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Also, Alienore’s inability to just speak up for herself and tell the truth was just so frustrating! The more time Alienore spends with Colin, the more she sees he is not as bad as his reputation suggests, but can she trust him enough to tell him who she is? For the full review, please go to http: He cannot comprehend why the dimwitted potential brides all beg off – can’t they appreciate a real warrior? It made me laugh a few times.
Return to Book Page. I thought Alienore and Colin were very well-matched and were really cute together.
He is huge and terrifying, and proud of it. All she seemed to do with skitter around like a mouse. Jason of Artane has stayed on at Blackmour.
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No one is wholly evil, but these characters moemnt made to seem so. During college, a chance encounter with a large library stack of romances left her hooked, gave her the courage to put pen to paper herself, and finally satisfied that need for a little bit of fantasy with a whole lot of romance!
It was just what I have come to expect from Kurland.
Why did mmoent keep this girl’s secret – who was basically a stranger to him – when Colin was his friend of many years? Somehow during high school, in between bouts of Verdi and Rossini, she managed to find time to submerge herself in equal parts Tolkien, Barbara Cartland and Mad Magazine.