Bold Conquest Mass Market Paperback – 1 Oct 1993
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When Lillyth finds herself passionately attracted to the handsome Norman knight, Guy de Montgomery, she struggles to win his love.
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But if not, then avoid it like the plague...I wish I had.
Lillyth had her home invaded, her father & her boorish new husband killed (or so she thought). The exchange of conversation was interesting until Guy, the Norman invader, exclaimed that all women are bitches because she wouldn't sleep with him (not once, but twice in the novel). I find that quite annoying. What did he expect?? A welcome party with trumpets and willing females??
Guy turned out to be a selfish, inconsiderate man and a bigamist. He already had a wife and 2 kids in France but he married Lillyth anyway. His reasoning was to save her face (yeah, right). When she found out, lost their baby, got angry and refused him (good for her), he has the gall to be angrier than she is.
Until then Lillyth had been a great heroine, but in the last few chapters V Henley pictured her as a trollop who jumped into Guy's friend's (Robert) bed and lied to Robert that the baby she's carrying is his.
I won't spoil the ending although by now I'm already sick of the hero and heroine. The good thing is there are secondary characters whom love stories are quite interesting.