Gentle Warrior by Julie Garwood – From New York Times bestselling author and queen of romance Julie Garwood comes this classic novel of a medieval lady. Gentle Warrior was Julie Garwood’s first published romance from way back in , and although I mostly enjoyed it, I would have to say that it showed some of . In feudal England, Elizabeth Montwright barely escaped the massacre that destroyed her family and exiled her from her ancestral castle. Bent on revenge, she.
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Any other author, I would have given it less. Let’s see if we can get a table leg in too, dear. In this book, however, Garwood didn’t do that and it made for some confusing reading. They both have problems with authority, both have knowledge of healing, both caretakers of their family, both beloved youngest daughters, etc.
He’s fair and deals with the slaughter of Elizabeth’s family justly and methodically. Get a FREE garwoos by joining our mailing list today! Pretending to be a commoner, Elizabeth uses her healing skills to nurse him back to julue, but before Geoffrey is fully recovered, she is told that her uncle is on his way and must once again go into hiding.
Elizabeth was a patient soul. Fentle for THC Reviews Gentle Warrior was Julie Garwood’s first published wwarrior from way back inand although I mostly enjoyed it, I would have to say that it showed some of her greenness as a writer. The story simply had a healthy dose of a woman’s subservient position to her husband which would seriously raise feminist hackles, but at the same time, it wasn’t nearly as bad as some other bodice-ripper romances or the reality for women in the Middle Ages.
It also makes use of t 1. I think it just simply falls into the category of a sweet, feel-good story that makes a nice comfort read. Even taking into account the medieval setting and the time the book was written c, hello Reagan yearsit doesn’t add anything to the book. Elizabeth, who has wolfhounds and a hawk at her beck and call because that’s the epitome of “cool” for women in geentle times has just seen her entire family slaughtered and is hell-bent on revenge against her pansy-assed uncle, whom she thinks garwokd responsible for the crime.
More books from this author: I could go on.
Gentle Warrior by Julie Garwood
May contain moderately descriptive qarrior scenes, usually no more than three. Jan 12, Varied Books rated it liked it Shelves: Julie Garwood is a superb storyteller. However, the gaarwood is written in a style in which the points-of-view POV sometimes slip back and forth between various characters every few paragraphs within the same scene rather than there being longer passages in one person’s POV and then having a scene break before switching to another character.
And the sex scenes are just odd- first of all, there is a matter julei continuity- the first night that they have sex, he goes down on her The other problem were her characters. The dialogue is not great. So I went for something a little different and went for Feudal England over Scotland. The heroine lacked the spunk. Then there is just enough story and intrigue to make it a really exciting and unputdownable book.
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Preview — Gentle Warrior by Julie Garwood. The pledge was given. Yet as Elizabeth fought the warrior’s caresses, love flamed for t Gentle Warrior – Ex Garwood, Julie – standalone In feudal England, Elizabeth Montwright barely escaped the massacre that destroyed her family and exiled her from her ancestral castle.
Additionally, there wasn’t quite enough details in any area of the book to fully satisfy me. That must be why this book has lingered in the outskirts of my memory after many mediocre i.
It does have an overuse of the description “contradiction” that she still tends to bestow on her heroes and heroines. Needless to say, Geoffrey and Elizabeth have a clash of both personalities and wills as they try to create a lasting, affectionate marriage. However Reviewed for THC Reviews Gentle Warrior was Julie Garwood’s first published romance from way back inand although I mostly enjoyed it, I would have to say that it showed some of her greenness as a writer.
The moments where they are butting heads while trying to “teach” each other how to be a proper spouse, when each of them has a completely different idea of what that means, were quite funny. However, he does love Elizabeth and he’s very tender with her when he’s not shouting at her.
View all 5 comments. The one thing about the book that wasn’t quite my cup of tea is that it is written more in the bodice-ripper style of the ‘s and 80’s. Only she and her brother survives. Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love. Feb 26, ShoSho rated it really liked it Shelves: Geoffrey did not answer.
I found out how bad. In feudal England, Elizabeth Montwright barely escaped the massacre that destroyed her family and exiled her from her ancestral castle. It’s not my most favorite Garwood book but I still love it. I love the strength of the heroines in Garwood’s romances and I loved the heroes cluelessness of her strength!
Their first time brings out the cougar in them both, which is just unrealistic. So, overall, I guess I would say that it had a pretty good balance even if that part bugged me just a little bit. I love Garwood books and I tend to read and reread them, but I don’t see myself rereading this one.
I loved this moment: Yet both of these girls did. To ask other readers questions about Gentle Warriorplease sign up. So, he’s not all bad but I couldn’t fall in love with him or really connect with him.
This one is no different.
Must redeem within 90 days. Instead of being completely despondent, as would be wholly understandable, she’s intent on avenging her awrrior and taking revenge on the man responsible for their deaths, while also doing her best to protect her younger brother, who is in danger since he’s the heir to their father’s holding and was one of the intended targets of the massacre.
Garwood also has a wonderful Regency series, “Crown’s Spies”: