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The Storming (The Warrior Daughters of Rivenloch) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07BJMHKYQ
- Publisher : Glynnis Campbell (3 April 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 2021 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 98 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 202,889 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The emotions and feelings they expose because they can't actually see each other cause them to be real with one another and the barriers of society aren't there to get in the way. It's not about looks, age or prestige. It's about truth and they build a relation that would not have happened otherwise so when they are rescued they have something to build on. This was a story that makes you think how much is lost by not really knowing that other person and how better life might be if we did.
This story is centers around the period of the Maids of Rivenloch, but with focus on the parents of one of the future characters that I believe is going to be part of this new series. The characters are Giric who is chosen to marry Hilaire by the king's orders. Giric goes to her keep demanding for his bride by digging into the fortress and at the same time Hilaire is planning her escape through a tunnel in which Giric causes to collapse, trapping both of them inside. They both meet each other without even seeing each other and discover each other's identities in the process and fall in love. Very sweet short novella.
I wish I had read this one first, but it is still a wonderful tale of how gossip, and rumors even in the 1136 could ruin lives. Lady Eliot Hilaire is fleeing thru a hidden tunnel from her father and her betrothed. The king has arranged marriage to the Dire Dragan, Giric mac Leod. She has never met him, but the rumors and gossip is he has killed three wives already !! People say he is cursed. She doesn't want to be the fourth. So Hilaire and her nurse take to the tunnels but unknown to them is that Giric/Claw is also using the tunnels as a way to enter the castle and get his bride.
Neither of them thought about how old the tunnel is so as Claw tries to tunnel in and she out they cause a cave in leaving them both buried under tons of rock and dirt. Claw feels this is his due, till he hears Hilaire's cries for help. Hilaire has always been claustrophobia, and is in desperation now being alone in the dark.
She trust him to get them out and feels safe as long as Claw is near and she is not alone in the dark.
There is attraction and desire for both of them as they try to find away out, as they learn each other secrets in the dark and gloom. This is a lovely story of hope, faith and redemption. The only bad thing about this book was it was way too short. This is a love story you don't want to miss. After reading this one you will really want to read The Fire Bride, and then the short Christmas story, A Rivenloch Christmas.... both are simply wonderful
Glynnis has done it again....enjoy..