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Untamed By Elizabeth Lowell Untamed A hero of the crusades Dominic le Sabre has returned to Scotland in glory and triumph to claim his reward the beautiful Saxon bride awarded to him as conqueror king But Lady Margaret of Blackthorne c

  • Title: Untamed
  • Author: Elizabeth Lowell
  • ISBN: 9780380769537
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • Untamed By Elizabeth Lowell A hero of the crusades, Dominic le Sabre has returned to Scotland in glory and triumph to claim his reward the beautiful Saxon bride awarded to him as conqueror king But Lady Margaret of Blackthorne cannot yield to the bold Norman invader.The beloved daughter of a sacred tribe of Celtic mystics, she fears an ancient curse that could bring further turmoil to her battle scA hero of the crusades, Dominic le Sabre has returned to Scotland in glory and triumph to claim his reward the beautiful Saxon bride awarded to him as conqueror king But Lady Margaret of Blackthorne cannot yield to the bold Norman invader.The beloved daughter of a sacred tribe of Celtic mystics, she fears an ancient curse that could bring further turmoil to her battle scarred landd sorrow to her marriage bed With a word, the lady could turn her wedding into war.But there awaits in the noble knight s embrace a promise of passion unbound and a love that neither violence nor treachery can tear asunder, a love both invincible and.
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    1. Val ⚓️ ShamelessBitchySKANKY ⚓️ Steamy Reads on said:

      11 15 15 Re readI can t sleep and I m in the mood for some sappy and magical medieval romancegonna start with one of my old school favorite series back when I was in middle school the effin 90 s.A Classic Medieval Favorite, This One Never Gets OldMegDominic I will not let you go, Dominic said harshly Don t worry, Glendruid Wolf The people will accept you Blackthorne is yours for as long as you live Nothing can change that now Without you, the land and the people are a feast for a dead man Look a [...]

    2. Susan Elizabeth Phillips on said:

      An old fashioned, non p.c historical romance One of my favorites Some readers got their knickers in a knot because our hero forces the heroine to wear bells, but it s a Medieval romance, and I thought it was sublimely perfect.

    3. Penny Watson on said:

      Thanks to the wonderful members of the newly formed Romance Forum Refugee group at , I have a huge new list of romance novels with bearded heroes Dark beards Blond beards Dark staches, too Yee haw And thanks to their recommendations, I discovered a new to me romance writer who appears to love beards as much as I do All of her heroes are hairy Beards, staches, nice furry chestsyowzah I am now the official 1, A Fan Of Elizabeth Lowell Where have you been all my life, lady Her Medieval Series was o [...]

    4. Preeti ♥︎ (Romance She Reads) on said:

      My take on the storyA hero of the crusades, Dominic le Sabre has returned to Scotland in glory and triumph to claim his reward from the King a beautiful Saxon bride with a dowry of vast lands.But Lady Margaret of Blackthorne, descendent from a long line of sacred female Celtic mystics, the Glendruids, fears an ancient curse that could bring further turmoil to her battle scarred landd sorrow to her marriage bed Now our H hungers for two things only lands of his own and sons to forge a dynasy So a [...]

    5. Bark on said:

      The book starts out with the pending marriage of Lady Margaret Meg returning Crusader Dominic le Sabra Neither have laid eyes on the other before but are both willing to go along with the prearranged marriage Meg accepts this as her fate although she is by no means a wimp Dominic wants to claim the castle lands that come along with Meg and begin working on making himself some heirs Only problem is that Meg happens to be one of the cursed Glendruid white witches that for centuries have been unabl [...]

    6. Regan Walker on said:

      A Great Medieval with Falconry Simply Superb UNTAMED was my first romance by Elizabeth Lowell and since then, I ve read many of hers It won the RITA Award and deservedly Her writing is wonderful her period setting excellent and her storytelling is full of action and adventure, natural sexual tension and conflict that is not scary, contrived or over the top but rather, very believable.Set in the early 12th century, it is the story of Lady Margaret of Blackthorne, a Glendruid witch though she is [...]

    7. תניה on said:

      Bought for 0.10 at Salvation Army Walworth Rd, LondonThis has been my not quite first bodice ripper I have learnt from a friend that these sort of books are the equivalent of bike training wheels Fortunately for me, these sorts of books were not mine To explain why I even picked up my first bodice ripper 1 When I returned to Copenhagen after the summer, I felt book withdrawal, went out and bought a book about the history of romance novels, because it was one of cheapest books there books are pre [...]

    8. TJ on said:

      4.5 5.0Reading any novel set in the medieval era, when a woman was considered less than a man s animals and whose only value was all too often only for breeding purposes, is always somewhat hard even as it is interesting In Untamed , Lowell has done an admirable job of allowing those realities to come through, showing the hardships inflicted on a female while keeping the romance aspect from getting mired in the bogs of offense.Lady Margaret comes from a long line of Celtic mystics and has been b [...]

    9. Naksed on said:

      I was excited to read a medieval romance by a new to me, much lauded author Unfortunately, I was bored and annoyed and finally gave up about three quarters through At first, I thought the metaphor of the hero taming the heroine as he would a wild, beautiful falcon was cute and dreamy But they take things so far that I started wondering if he had a bird fetish Feeding each other from the hand, spitting liquids into each other s mouth yuck , even outfitting damsel and bird in the same jingly chain [...]

    10. Tara♥ on said:

      Well I had heard it was cheesy and I was not disappointed Way over the top, full of all the purple prose and lots and lots of eye rolling I loved it I m finding the world very difficult at the moment so I need to read things that make me happy Those things are usually books that are way over the top, full of all the purple prose and lots and lots of eye rolling.

    11. Hasnamezied on said:

      Wow this is my first Medieval historical romance ,and it was Great I fell in love with all the characters especially Meg and Dominic Even though I noticed A Historical Error because at the time of the Crusaders, the Middle East was under the rule of Al Abassi Caliph , Then Al Mamalik time, Not the Turkish one.Any way, it is really Superb.

    12. Laura V. on said:

      Esta historia hizo que terminara durmiendo muy tarde, muy, muy tarde Estoy enamorada de Meg y de su valent a, de su fidelidad para con sus vasallos, de sus firmes creencias, del amor que le tiene a Dominic Estoy enamorada de lo fuerte que es y de sus valores, de sus gentiles cuidados y de su amabilidad.Estoy enojada con Domic por lo desconfiado qu es, por lo dif cil que le resulta amar, por la horrible opini n que tiene de Meg, por esas ansias de tener un hijo a toda costa, de que la piense como [...]

    13. Victoria on said:

      Just finished reading this book I started reading it because it was recommended as an historical novel of the romance brand I enjoy those kinds of novels and I enjoy learning about the period history However, this novel lacked in that area The first few chapters were of knights and ladies and I found it intrigueing But as the novel wore on it was about the knight hero of the novel trying to get into the pants of his wife heroine from an arranged marriage At points, it errupted into an erotic no [...]

    14. Melanie on said:

      I really enjoyed this book, but, OMG, I felt like smacking Dominic with all his talk of land and sons At points he was utterly unlikeable Actually, till the moment where he hauls her onto his horse after she gathered herbs And his distrust of Meg was seiously getting on my nerves I loved Meg however, and although she was a bit to complacent for my tastes, that was explainable by the fact that everything she did was for the good of her people.I found the story intriguing and sweet, albeit a littl [...]

    15. Lady of the Lake on said:

      This is a romance, and it had the running theme of my tiny falcon and if you are not one to tolerate cutsie mushy prose than stay away from this story as it is a CONSTANT theme thrughout the ENTIRE story I go in to these sorts of romances expecting such a thing But even I was hard pressed not to roll my eyes and and groan when for the fiftieth time our romantic hero called his lady his litlle falcon and tied bells to her hair and wrists and legs locking her away as he did with his falcon in the [...]

    16. Julz on said:

      Anne Flosnik narrated this She rocks The story itself was ok but average Slight touch of fantasy with white witches who deny it The words small falcon and nests were mentioned so often I was put to mind of National Geographic Lovers of big sappy bows will adore this one.

    17. Elaine on said:

      I had a hard time with this one in the beginning It just didn t draw me in as much as I hoped it would It did pick up and get interesting as it went but a little too late for higher rating I m not sure why it didn t work for me in the beginning Also I think it was a little long winded it could have easily be a hundred pages shorter or at least 50 And I really didn t like the continual references to falcons At first it was nice and interesting, but then it got repetitive and then I honestly star [...]

    18. Shannon on said:

      Rating Rent it time read.First Line The sound of a war horn sliced through the day, announcing the coming of Blackthorne Keep s new lord.So, after reading the romantically disappointing Sizzle, I was in the mood for some real romance I turned to Elizabeth Lowell, an old standby, and Untamed, a novel I have read multiple times since first picking it up in high school Elizabeth Lowell is another romance author who s career I have followed When I was younger I really enjoyed her historical romances [...]

    19. Lea's Audiobooks Hensley on said:

      Unabridged audiobook format review written for Speaking of Audiobooks How We Listen Column 10 09 09 Anne Flosnik s lovely voice was striking and drew me in immediately but her narration lacked the necessary speech variation for many of the secondary characters However, the heroine s beautifully accented voice was completely distinguishable from the hero s almost husky monotone and sometimes that s all that counts in a romance audiobook Recalling that Untamed was one of my favorite historical rom [...]

    20. Georgina Penney on said:

      I first discovered Anne Maxwell writing as Elizabeth Lowell s historical romances in my early teens, which probably explains why I have such a soft spot for her now If you re looking for big blowsy melodramatic historical romances featuring love that cannot happen but must, well this is the author for you She wrote three main historical series in the nineties and Untamed, a medieval corker set in the north of England, is the first of three.So here s the deal, Dominic Le Sabre The SWORD is a land [...]

    21. Mudpie on said:

      I first read this book when it came out in the 90s The story has always remained in my mind and after than 20 years I must say it s still a classic and does not get old This is why it gets a 5 from me Dominic the hero started out like any cold male chauvinist typical of the era who only sees Meg women as a means to an end It was very poignant whenever Meg points out she s well aware the care given by Dominic in her seduction is merely a tactic to win the battle war The author has the amazing ab [...]

    22. Lauren on said:

      Untamed3 StarsFor his bravery during the Crusades, Dominic Le Sabre, a Norman Knight, is rewarded with a Saxon bride and the land that comes with her Lady Margaret Blackthorne is willing to do her duty to keep the peace but fears that she will never have her husband s love While the plot and romance have potential, both suffer from the writing tropes and norms typical of the 1990s Lowell uses flowery descriptions and euphemisms, which put a damper on Meg and Dominic s sexual chemistry and the fa [...]

    23. Draven on said:

      Another disappointment I m struggling to recall the last time I read a really good romance novel Anyway, this was just too slow It had potentialI mean how can any Norman Saxon plot line not have potential in the genre, but the pace just killed it 300 pages and no love scene Are you kidding me It seemed Lowell would have rathered go on describing the land and the keep for interminable lengths than get down to the business of romance And when there was romance to be had, the dialogue was so awkwar [...]

    24. DemetraP on said:

      The hero spends his time calling the heroine little falcon and referring to golden bells he gave her as your jesses and how she needs to eat from his hand and give him sons He spends the entire book suspecting her of sleeping with her relative Even after he finds out she s a virgin he still insists she s sneaking off to meet the other guy and really wants him to be her husband It really sucked to hear the hero s constant accusations And when they were talking together he kept referring to her as [...]

    25. Leah on said:

      I picked up this book again after reading it in the 90 s and is the first in this medieval series that was and still is one of my favorites Time has not altered my view of Dominic and Meg s struggle to find love It seems like everywhere they turn, someone is trying to tear them apart This story is smack full of betrayals and schemers Of two people who struggle with trust and end up finding love through believing in each other I find it exciting that characters that I fell in love with years ago [...]

    26. kilty on said:

      I enjoyed the writing.e ambrosiac flow of words.e bells.e fantasy I didn t like the fact that another man s name was linked to the heroine throughout the book.alousy upto a point is fine but beyond that is irritating and you start wondering about this other guy who happens to be the hero in the sequel.m.d a Scot at that Forbidden Nay To be read

    27. Jules2016 on said:

      4.25 starsA beautiful G rated medieval tale laced with a bit of magic and mysticism There is no Insta love here, but what develops over time is a true bond between the hero and heroine forged from respect and acceptance.

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