He captured her legacy then he captured her heart.Rogue Welsh knight Rhys ap Owain disguises himself as a wandering minstrel and arrives at Rosecliffe Castle to reclaim his birthright and take vengeance on his hated enemy. And Isolde Fitz Hugh will be his pawn. With Isolde's father away, Rhys plans to seize Rosecliffe and his enemy's daughter, striking a mortal blow that iHe captured her legacy then he captured her heart.Rogue Welsh knight Rhys ap Owain disguises himself as a wandering minstrel and arrives at Rosecliffe Castle to reclaim his birthright and take vengeance on his hated enemy. And Isolde Fitz Hugh will be his pawn. With Isolde's father away, Rhys plans to seize Rosecliffe and his enemy's daughter, striking a mortal blow that is decades overdue. He has everything planned for his siege-- yet he is unprepared for the desire his beautiful hostage will ignite in him....A stranger lit the fire buried deep within her, yet it is her dire enemy who reveals himself to Isolde in the throes of first passion. How she loathes him, Rhys ap Owain, the man who has brought her such aching pleasure. He used her innocence and desire to gain his stronghold in a plot to extract vengeance upon her family. Yet neither his revenge nor her hatred is a match for the unexpected passion that will force them to confront a destiny much greater than either could ever imagine.......
|Title||:||The Mistress Of Rosecliffe|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||286 Pages|
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The Mistress Of Rosecliffe Reviews
Not as good as the prior two, but end of a series This is a difficult book. The hero is very unlikeable and the heroine barely more likeable. The first in this series is by far the best, number two was not quite as good, and though I love this writer, this was a tough book . Wish the writer had made both of them more caring and less hateful.
Wonderfully WrittenIf you love historical romance with Strong Men and equally strong women, then this book of Rhys and Isolade's romance is sure to be a favorite. The author took me on a journey of emotions . I felt how Isolade felt even how Rhys felt. I very much enjoyed reading this book. I love how Rexanne Becnel writes. Definitely a Good Read.
SURPRISINGLY THIS LAST BOOK WAS THE BEST AMONGST THE THREE! I had my doubts about this one as well because I was getting so fed up with Becnel's characters who are almost repetitive in their actions in each story. While this one was no different, the emotions garnered was so much better. OUR HERO we have met in the first book, as the son of Owain (the antagonist) and has always been a bitter child. Previously he has kidnapped Isolde when she was but a child so finally here is his own story. Over the other books, he wasn't portrayed in a good light and now we get to see him taken down a peg or two. Now bear in mind his cause for denial was plausible because he has never known or was exposed to love growing up. He finds it hard to believe that anyone especially Isolde to care or even love him. In the beginning I didn't know what to make of his character except stubborn, determined and possessed to avenge the death of his unkindly father. For 20 years he held out until he met Isolde. OUR HEROINE is a more timid but loving soul that I enjoy getting to know of. Unlike her mother or Rhonwen, she wasn't so annoying and more accepting of her situation but ONLY WHEN SHE began to fall in love. She was prone to showing her emotions in an artistic way and very talented at it too. What i like about her was that she was not one to deny her feelings and confesses her love to Rhys. Of course, they both were already attracted when he disguised himself as a minstrel, so basically she loved him from the start. I love to see how she fretted over Rhys and passionately embraces him. She wasn't a shrew like her predecessors although she still fights back. OVERALL the H/h here didnt bug the hell out of me and towards the ending was the better part where all their emotions were wrung out. Maybe some people find the ending predictable but after reading so many BECNEL back to back, its finally nice to see an ending like this. I would suggest you read this instead of the first two books since you can read it as a Stand Alone.
Must be my week for finishing series.I enjoyed that "Mewlin" Newlin got the hook up, too!
I read this a long time ago, but I remember liking it very much. I don't remember though if I read the other two in the series. Perhaps...
Simple, easy, predictable ending.