At His Command (Wars of the Roses Brides, #1)



Could she defy her king for love England 1453 King Henry VI sends Sir Nicholas Gray to protect the recently widowed Lady Amice Winfield from undesirable suitors Though Nicholas intrigues her, she yearns to run Castle Rising without a man s control Nicholas has no interest in marriage, but can t deny he s attracted to Amice He s surprised to finally find in Castle Rising a place he feels at home A kiss sparks desire neither can ignore, yet serving opposing factions seeking to govern England threatens to pull them apart At court, the king and queen reject Amice s pleas and choose a new husband for her, a highly ranked lord who ll provide connections and coin for the king s depleted coffers that Nicholas cannot How can she follow the king s command when she s a scribe for his rival How can she marry another man when she s falling in love with Nicholas Best Download At His Command (Wars of the Roses Brides, #1) By Ruth Kaufman For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukAt His Command (Wars of the Roses Brides, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • At His Command (Wars of the Roses Brides, #1)
  • Ruth Kaufman
  • English
  • 27 January 2017
  • 0990846938

10 thoughts on “At His Command (Wars of the Roses Brides, #1)

  1. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this story The author s style is excellent and I really like the premise The historical details felt accurate but there were a few too many clich s and to be honest, the subplot with Harry was a disaster It felt tacked on and in the end became li...

  2. says:

    A fun War of Roses romance Henry the King and the Duke of York s rivalry for the throne serves as a backdrop for romance between Amice, a widow who the monarchy wants to marry off for royal convenience, and her protector, the King s loyal friend, Nicolas Add to that th...

  3. says:

    3 starsI could only give 3 stars just wasn t that good to me i love historical romance but not this one

  4. says:

    cold

  5. says:

    I received an e book copy of this At His Command Historical Romance Version through a giveaway for the 4th anniversary of The Romance Reviews TRR and the following is my honest opinion for this book.It s quite a challenge for a romance author, or any author for that matter, to write their first novel, yet Ms Kaufman has decided to write not one but two versions of the same story for her first endeavor one as an historical romance and the second as an inspirational one in order to attract I received an e book copy of this At His Command Historical Romance Version through a giveaway for the 4th anniversary of The Romance Reviews TRR and the following is my honest opinion for this book.It s quite a challenge for a romance author, or any author for that matter, to write their first novel, yet Ms Kaufman has decided to write not one but two versions of the same story for her first endeavor one as an historical romance and the second as an inspirational one in order to attract, in my opinion, a wider audience base for her future endeavors.The author s well researched endeavor added to her writing pulls its readers into the story as they, if the mood is right, begin to fantasize they re in Lady Amice s shoes, due to the descriptions which are provided, especially that of court life.After the death of her husband getting Lady Amice gets emotionally attracted to Sir Nicholas, who the king had sent ...

  6. says:

    Medievals are not my usual fare, as you know I mof a Regency Victorian era chick However, this book s blurb intrigued almost as much as the fact that the author is offering her readers two versions of it, one with and the other without sexual content I opted to read the one with.I must admit that after I was done reading it, I wondered why I am not reading this particular genreoften There s something mystical in a good medieval romance I credit the authors prose and wonderful de Medievals are not my usual fare, as you know I mof a Regency Victorian era chick However, this book s blurb intrigued almost as much as the fact that the author is offering her readers two versions of it, one with and the other without sexual content I opted to read the one with.I must admit that after I was done reading it, I wondered why I am not reading this particular genreoften There s something mystical in a good medieval romance I c...

  7. says:

    Unfortunately, not one of the best medieval readings I had.The story starts in the traditional way Lady of the manor in distress pursued by the Bad Guy and saved by the Champion What you notice in the first chapters is how the author likes repeating thoughts and musings of the main characters many times Probably, the goal is to sound out the psychology of the characters, but this effect is heavy on the prose You can t wait to finish a chapter and hope for the following to be better.Around 50 Unfortunately, not one of the best medieval readings I had.The story starts in the traditional way Lady of the manor in distress pursued by the Bad Guy and saved by the Champion What you notice in the first chapters is how the author likes repeating thoughts and musings of the main characters many times Probably, the goal is to sound out the psychology of the characters, but this effect is heavy on the prose You ...

  8. says:

    Sir Nicholas Grey has been ordered to give his protection to a young widow until the King decides who she is to marry next When he gets to her castle she is already in danger Lady Amice Winfield is trying to escape from an unwanted marriage Only to find that the King is determined to see her married for the benef...

  9. says:

    Ruth Kaufman wrote an excellent beginning for this novel But I felt that she dropped the ball somewhere along the way because I lost interest I finished the book just for the sake of finishing it, but I never felt completely drawn into it The fact that the King went mad or developed some unexplained illness is indeed quite interesting It really would throw the country into uncertain times especially with a pregnant Queen and the entire country wondering this constant question Will this c Ruth Kaufman wrote an excellent beginning for this novel But I felt that she dropped the ball somewhere along the way because I lost interest I finished the book just for the sake of finishing it, but I never felt completely drawn into it The fact that the King went mad or developed some...

  10. says:

    I was merrily enjoying this story the only fly in the ointment was the Harry part, it didn t quite work Then BANG 90% in to the book when my mind started to turn to thoughts of how this would wrap up the book took a bad turn It was like the last chapters were written by someone bored, it was wooden, like a school play It made me sad that a firm 3 4 star historical romance could be spoiled The books overall pace was good, the story fun a typical historical romance, but whyyyyy ruin it with I was merrily enjoying this story the only fly in the ointment was the Harry part, it didn t quite work Then BANG 90% in to the book when my mind started to turn to thoughts of how this would wrap up the book took a bad turn It was like the last chapters were written by someone bored, it was woo...

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