The Brat

The Brat

Book - 2007
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When a handsome knight in need of a wife discovers the king's goddaughter--a beauty, but reputed brat--is the target of a marriage plot, he must decide whether he himself wants to marry her.
Publisher: Leisure Books, 2007.
ISBN: 9780843955019


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Aug 21, 2017

Muriel has got to be the most naïve person in her realm. Her adherence to superstitious beliefs gets tedious. Everyone in this book has a bad habit of eavesdropping. The author can't seem to develop plot lines using common sense, so she tells the story with information that came by way of eavesdropping or tricking Muriel with superstitious fiction. I also found it disconcerting when the author on several occasions referred to Muriel as Mary. Did anyone proofread this manuscript?


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Feb 13, 2010


All the knights had heard tales of Lady Murie, King Edward III’s goddaughter and much feted favorite. It was said she was stunningly beautiful, with bright blue eyes, golden hair and a sweet smile. It was also said that the king had doted on the girl and spoiled her rotten. Despite his need, when Sir Balan saw her howling and sobbing, Murie was the last person he wanted to wed.


But all that glitters is not gold, and sometimes diamonds look very, very rough. There was more to Murie than met the eye, and Balan soon learned that he’d be lucky indeed to deserve such a bride. Yet he was not the only one to discern the truth, and the other hopeful hubby was not quite as honorable. A plot was afoot. Soon would come a reckoning, a time to show who was chivalrous, who was a cad…and who had won the love of a heart unspoiled.

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