Book Reviews of The Falcon and the Flower (Medieval Plantagenet, Bk 1)

The Falcon and the Flower  (Medieval Plantagenet, Bk 1)
The Falcon and the Flower - Medieval Plantagenet, Bk 1
Author: Virginia Henley
ISBN-13: 9780440204299
ISBN-10: 0440204291
Publication Date: 9/1/1989
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 81 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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I LOVE this series from Virginia Henley! Her historical details are excellent and the fire between her main characters always keeps my attention!
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Romance romance romance!! Gotta love it
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A very good read.
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She swore to be no mans prize...the knight vowed to posess hr...
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Possibly the most aggravating romance I have ever read, with one of the least likeable heroines I have encountered. What a twit.
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A very good read. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Highly recommend it.
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Astride her white palfrey, surrounded by a nimbus of silver-blond hair, Jasmine was a vision to strike a man mute with desire. But the violet-eyed love child of King Richard's half brother had vowed that no man would ever rule her heart. Until she saw the face of the Devil himself in her crystal ball--the dark, brooding knight who would kill to make her his own. She would risk a dissolute court and a maddened, lustful king to keep destiny at bay, anything to keep her from the hypnotic eyes and burning caresses of...The Falcon.A wickedly handsome warrior who lived by blood and the sword, Falcon de Burgh wanted to wed no woman--until he laid eyes on the exquisite Jasmine, and he vowed to possess her, to teach her all the wondrous ways a man could love a woman, no matter what it might take to conquer her fiery, unyielding heart. Falcon knew only blind, reckless passion as he swore to tame, at the risk of his life...The Flower.
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There is a different newer cover to my copy, but still the same novel.
Here's the description on the back
Astride her white palfrey, surrounded by a nimbus of silver-blond hair, Jasmine was a vision to strike a man mute with desire. But the violet-eyed love child of King Richard's half brother had vowed that no man would ever rule her heart. Until she saw the face of the Devil himself in her crystal ball--the dark, brooding knight who would kill to make her his own. She would risk a dissolute court and a maddened, lustful king to keep destiny at bay, anything to keep her from the hypnotic eyes and burning caresses of...The Falcon.

A wickedly handsome warrior who lived by blood and the sword, Falcon de Burgh wanted to wed no woman--until he laid eyes on the exquisite Jasmine, and he vowed to possess her, to teach her all the wondrous ways a man could love a woman, no matter what it might take to conquer her fiery, unyielding heart. Falcon knew only blind, reckless passion as he swore to tame, at the risk of his life...The Flower.