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Scoundrel of Dunborough Knights Prizes #3 free read À PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ë [PDF] ❤ Scoundrel of Dunborough Knights Prizes #3 Author Margaret Moore – She swore to resist temptation Journeying to Dunborough to learn the truth about her sister's murder novice CelestNnocent beauty After striving to redeem his wicked reputation he won't seduce a nun Yet as Celeste's mission draws them closer together it soon becomes clear their passion is stronger than any v. Moore ends The Knights’ Prizes series with an exciting tale of murder secret treasure and lust between a saint and a sinner We love that the heroine is strong willed and loyal and that the hero is a rascal out to redeem himself There’s great conflict authentic setting and enough heated embraces to melt readers’ hearts RT Book Reviews 4 starsMiniseries The Knights' Prizes

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Ing her childhood hero Gerrard of Dunborough makes her dream of pleasures that will be forbidden once she takes her final vows Gerrard Scoundrel of PDFEPUB or wrestles with his desire for the i. This novel presents the reader with a capable and resourceful heroine and an anxious hero one who’s keenness on having people be fond of him nearly registers as a fearful need albeit a very basic one In depth analysis isn’t the order of the day with romance novels set in distant times Yet there’s an unexpected touch of it here as we see people grappling with the burdens left by harsh and cruel fathers Even when there is love involved a parent’s expectations can be of a crutch than a helpI found myself liking the determination of Celeste known as Sister Augustine to resist her own desires and the temptation of Gerard of Dunborough The latter has a distasteful reputation and Celeste means to steer clear of the trouble he presents She wishes to enter a convent partially out of religious conviction but also because she’s fearful of the secular world Her reasoning is sound the outside world is fraught with peril violence and bloodshed much of it stemming from men Having been forced to witness her father’s psychological torment of her mother and know how badly Gerard’s father treated him her decision makes a lot of sense Gerard has issues to overcome as well His outer toughness hides a desperate need for warmth love acceptance and respect The author leads us to see that a man can change and be eager to shed his reputation as a womanizer wastrel and drunkard Many bad boys in romance novels delight in their positions as rogues Not Gerard—he wants to better himself in the eyes of his community his household and his would be lover It’s a refreshing changeThere’s a villain here too one who is giving vent to his own dark desires His psychological underpinnings form a neat triangle to those of Celeste and Gerard But this also forms a weak point in the novel I could see the identity of this would be bad guy long before it’s actually revealed in the last uarter of the book So the only excitement of his confrontation with Celeste stems from the subseuent chase scene when—not if—Gerard comes to the rescueThis is otherwise a gripping yarn a notch above the typical panoply of your workaday romance It also makes me curious to read the other books in this series especially the one regarding the staid Roland Gerard’s elder twin brother I wonder what could motivate a character as dour as he Worth a peek perhaps

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Scoundrel of Dunborough Knights Prizes #3She swore to resist temptation Journeying to Dunborough to Dunborough Knights ePUB #10003 learn the truth about her sister's murder novice Celeste D'Orleau dons a nun's habit for safety But see. An enjoyable read with a steady paced plot I did guess who the villain was but there were enough characters in the plot to throw you off the scent I liked the disreputable hero Gerrard who on gaining responsibility was trying hard to reform The heroine however towards the end the novel was a little exasperating in her attitude towards him and perhaps a little self righteousAnd after looking for her fathers treasure throughout the book finding them at the end was a little simplisticA good story however and worth a read