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Still, not worth the effort required to suspend disbelief.
But after much dithering about writing the review I’ve realised that it’s just a book and while the story no longer works for me, there are lots more out there. For Lady Diana Davenport, they existed only in her books and dreams. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Nov 19, Casey Gonzalez rated it it was amazing Shelves: Get to Know Us. She divides her time between Ontario, Canada, and St. When she tells him of her incredible story, he doesn’t believe her, but she changes his mind Apparently she had been missing for months.
Then the heroine is transported to Ancient Rome and the story slows down considerably. Read reviews that mention time travel virginia henley romance novel marcus magnus back in time ancient rome ever read time period transported back sex scenes travel romance regency england twists and turns must read roman times historical romance mark and marcus love story romance books henley novels.
She is taken captive, made a slave by Marcus Magnus,and they fall in love. Oct 10, Queen Bee rated it it was amazing Shelves: For Lady Diana Davenport, they existed only in her books and dreams.
Hero was typical Alfa type man and I was astonished that he treated Diana so well.
When Mark starts to remember things is about when my head started to hurt from rolling my eyes so many times. Sep 10, Sarah rated it it was ok Shelves: But not in a sassy way, more like a 5 year old throwing a tantrum. Because I read so many books, I fall into slumps where my books turn out dissappointing.
Diana, however, uses her feminine power to ensnare the slavemaster and they fall powerfully in love. She’s smart and opinionated, and most of the men in her life are dandies. Marcus Magnus was powerful, arrogant, and infuriating. She was lost in Aquae Sulis, the city she knew as Bath, prisoner of a Roman general who accused the violet-eyed beauty of being a Druid spy–and then made her his slave! This is just before the official Regency period.
Jun 25, Shannon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Then it became slow, then it became boring. But as his hot, hungry kisses drew her toward deception and irresistible acts of love, she had to hesitate. Praise for The McTiernays!
I’ve not yet read anything by her, henlry I’ve come across her name several times in my travels through romance-land. Lady Diana Davenport lives in 18th century London and is on the cusp of inheriting her father’ s legacy. That is, until she tried on an authentic Roman helmet in an antiques store and was catapulted back in time, landing in Marcus Magnus’s arms.
May 06, Slavena rated it it was amazing Shelves: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
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Marcus is the general who enslaves Diana and he his every bit a Greek God. Not only that but the heroine wears powdered wigs and panniers. From the beginning to end it had you on your toes. There seemed to be more sex than story.
InVirginia married Arthur Henley. And now Lady Diana was his slave, hostage to his will, vowing to fight him to the end–with every seductive weapon she possessed They are both pretty much typical of the romance genre. I kind of wish it was a series and the good doctor got his own soulmate through time happy ending as well. Unfortunately, Enslaved fell short for me. The Raven and the Rose.
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I absolutely devoured this book. Like historical and time travel – don’t miss this one. The first half was fun, spirited and rich, but the second half fell flat with cliched predictability.
Peter tries to kill Diana and Mark and ends up getting thrown from the roof. She was lost in Aquae Sulis, the city she knew as Bath, prisoner of a Roman virgihia who accused the violet-eyed beauty of being a Druid viginia then made her his slave! Her guardians are odious people, and Diana’s small ways of rebelling against them are lovely.
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again.