Rosemunde is the bastard daughter to the King, and has been raised in a convent. Suddenly, Henry fears for Rosemunde's life, so he forces a reluctant Alric to marry her. Alric thinks he is in love with another, so he resents this marriage, but knows one does not defy the king. She is married in haste and shoved out the door, so her new husband can get her secure behind his castle walls. Rosemunde has a quirky way of looking at life, have been raised in the convent away from the rest of the world...and she has sworn to obey her husband...ALWAYS....
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Lynsay brings her own brand of humour to the story that we have come to love and expect, from a horse in clothes and hat, to bringing the animals inside to cure because he forbade her to go to the stables, and her peculiar misconceptions of mating!
Lynsay always gives you smart characters in silly and side-splitting situations, but she has the deft touch of never insulting the intelligence of the characters or the readers.
The review of this Book prepared by DeborahAnne MacGillivray