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The Brat
The Brat
Author: Lynsay Sands
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. — WHO WOULD MARRY... — All the knights had heard tales of Lady Murie, King Edward III's goddaughter and much feted favorite.  It was said she was...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780843955019
ISBN-10: 0843955015
Publication Date: 5/2007
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 171 ratings
Publisher: Leisure
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 7
The Brat was a funny little story. It grabbed ahold of me from the beginning... quite a page turner. It was the first book in several months that I just could not put down and finished reading it in one day. Murie is very superstisous and some of her antics due to these superstitions were extremely funny. The wedding night was hilarious!! This was just a great book and I look forward to reading more by Lynsay Sands.
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Helpful Score: 5
- Not my favorite by Lynsay Sands, but still a good story!

- Set in Medieval times, Lady Murie is King Edwards goddaughter. She was orphaned at the age of 10 and has lived life at court ever since. As protection, Murie builds a reputation as a 'spoiled brat,' capable of noteworthy tantrums.

- Balan is a shy knight and lord who doesn't deal well with the female aspects of women at court; namely, conversation, dancing, and romance. Thus, instead of glib comments that turn a ladies head, Balan, trying only to speak plainly, much of the time ends up insulting.

- Of course there is a plot and Murie and Balan must decide if there is more to the 'other' than what meets the eye.
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Helpful Score: 4
This book was ok....it's just that while I was reading it, I kept having this feeling that I'd read the same story a few years ago.
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Helpful Score: 4
England 1351 The God-daughter of the King (the brat) is not to marry and must select a suitor from amoung the eligible men. Story starts with her fighting her reputation as the brat to fighting trickery with one who only wants power until she marries only to discover someone is still trying to kill her husband.

Good read. Interesting but a little predictable. Recommended.

Publisheds May 2007
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Helpful Score: 3
I really enjoyed this book. Lynsay Sands has a way in writing where she can mix romance with laughter. Makes it seem more real!
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Funny and enjoyable
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The thing to liking Sands' historic romances is to forgo the plot. They are silly but redundant. They are like all the other ones except the antics and humor. Those are the things that set them apart and why I continue to keep reading them.

Great, likeable characters. Funny scenes. Great, easy, brainless read with some steamy scenes thrown in.
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Excellent book. Funny as hec but still maintain the romantic side. Worth the read.


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