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The Dragon Lord's Daughters
The Dragon Lord's Daughters
Author: Bertrice Small
ISBN-13: 9780739439814
ISBN-10: 0739439812
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 364
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4 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Book Type: Hardcover
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if you like historical this is a good read.
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This is one of my most favorit books and i cherish it but i would love to share it with anyone who would like to read it
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great reading.
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One of her best books you will enjoy this book.
Janet B.
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excellent book. Must Read
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Meet the daughters of King Arthur's descendant, Merin Pendragon. They have an appetite for adventure and a gift for driving men wild with desire. Marrying them off may seem an easy task, but it's only going to prove that when it comes to these girls, trouble follows in threes,
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Beatrice Small weaves a new tale conjured from the mists of Avalon. We are introduced to the descendants of Pendragon, three daughters from the Camelot line.
Averil The Eldest daughter is a great beauty, but bears the shame of being illegitimate. Her great beauty ensures she will make a good marriage and she works hard to make the best match she can. But fate steps in, spinning her life onto a path she did not foresee. Thinking to better his lot in life, a poor bailiff Rhys Fitzhugh, decides to abduct and heiress thinking they will be forced to wed. He kidnaps Averil not realizing she is not the legal heir. Once comes to face the fact he goofed, he must set about to win a very angry Averil's heart. It's great fun and well penned 'taming of the shrew' Camelot style.

The second tale concerns Maia - the legitimate heiress. Maia loves Emrys Lynn, the descendent of Lancelot and the Lady of the Lake. There are tales about Emrys' previous wives and their deaths and rumors Emrys is an immortal, but Maia is convinced love will solve all.

The last tale about the youngest daughter, Junia. She loves her freedom and roams the countryside. She meets Richard De Bohun, falls in love with him and continues to meet him on the sly, because he is the son of her father's powerful enemy. Little knows Junia, that she is risking her whole family by her secret love.

It's a heady mix of myth, sensuality and the love of three very strong women. Dead on target! An excellent addition to Grail fiction.
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I love all kinds of books, and I have been reading romance novels for about 20 years now, and I can honestly say this was one of the worst I have ever read. The writing is so bad, I just had to post something. The author actually writes at one point that he looks at her "unquestioningly," and then he asks her a question. What is that? And I found a few mistakes in the book which should have been caught in the editing process. Don't waste your time or your money on this book. There are so many other great romance writers out there!
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i like all of be's books. They have a good story line.
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Good book.
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This was a fun read. You can really get into the characters. I enjoy her style of writting full of fantasy, fun and historical points.
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Good book!
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Averil,the eldest and the most beautiful of the Dragon Lord's offspring, is kidnapped by Rhys Fitzhugh, an illegitimate son who has vowed to wed an heiress. And wed they do, but not only to save honor. For Rhys learns Averil is not only illegitmate, she's penniless, too- and furious at his duplicity.
Maia, the Lord's rightful heir , chooses to marry Emrys Llyn, a descendent of Lancelot amd the Lady of the Lake. But has she made a terrible mistake? Rumors abound that handsome Emrys's first two wives died suddenly.... and mysteriously.
Junia, the youngest, is spoiled and irreverent-and heading for trouble when she loves, in secret, the son of her farther's sworn enemy. What price will she pay for her illicit desire?
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very intersting book