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I’ve enjoyed her works for years. Small is simply one of the best in this genre. The love story part is secondary and dangedous not as interesting as the historical fiction. Because she believes in happy endings, Bertrice Small has been married to the same man, her hero, George, for thirty-eight years.

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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Another great book in the beginning of a series. Adair Radcliffe is only a child when her family perishes in the War of the Roses, so her real father, the womanizing King Edward IV, takes her in, honoring his promise oove her mother. Also by Bertrice Small.

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Discover what to read next. I just love this book. She then marries the youngest son of a neighbor and is relatively happy. One person found this helpful.

When the King is killed, we learn her husband who she didn’t love but then decided she did love in the span of a paragraph was also killed. I really enjoyed this book. I know it’s the third book I’m currently reading, but how can I stay away from romance – especially since my last paper is almost done This is a good book although im getting a little sad for her she just lost her husband and i’m wondering what else could happen now.


Once you get past the first half the gist of the story is Laird Conal ends up buying Adair from a slave trader and they fall loe in love —eventually, like around page of ! Readers who like a lot of history droning and unrealistic eye-rolling language. It’s so adorable how Conal can’t say “I love you” to Adair.

A Dangerous Love (The Border Chronicles #1) by Bertrice Small

Historical Fiction Historical Romance. Once Adair turns sixteen, the king marries her off without her knowledge — and to her later outrage — in a wedding by proxy. Feb 20, Jen rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The Best Books of Looking forward to continuing this series.

And if you’re new to Ms. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Major things and changes happen to Adair but it doesn’t feel like a big deal because there is no emotional investment in any of it.

This book is really poorly written. She is a New York Times bestselling author and the recipient of numerous awards. When she is six, during the War of the Roses, her mother and her “adoptive” father are killed by the Smwll, and she is taken into King Edward’s household to be educated and raised in the royal nursery.


I may have to go back and re-read the O’Malley Saga. Dec 20, Trudi Jorda rated it really liked it. The laird seeks a housekeeper and bedmate but instead he finds that beneath the girl’s dirty, disheveled appearance is a proud and spirited violet-eyed beauty who refuse Orphaned by England’s War of the Roses, betrayed by her half sister, Elizabeth of York, Adair Radcliffe is taken captive during a border raid and sold into servitude to Conal Bruce, the laird of Cleit.

She starts off incredibly intelligent and strong, and ends mean and self-serving. I get this in depth history lesson but I don’t know when Adair or Conal were born. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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I loved it and hope the next in the beetrice is just as good. Also in Border Chronicles. Buy the selected items together Berttrice item: Aug 06, Nicole rated it really liked it. I love how she weaves in the historical figures into the story line, not just in this book, but all her historical romances. However, information was repeated using the exact same words, which seemed to lack some creativity.

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