Book Reviews of The Very Thought of You

The Very Thought of You
The Very Thought of You
Author: Lynn Kurland
ISBN-13: 9780425208656
ISBN-10: 0425208656
Publication Date: 5/3/2005
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 74 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book. Happy Ending book!
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Nearly any time travel by Kurland is good and she was one of the first to really write a good time travel romance. If you like Julie Garwood you will like Kurland. Enjoy!
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Another one I couldn't put down. Wonderful story!
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I enjoyed this book. It wasn't what I thought it would be. I was looking for something a little more salacious, but the story was so well written and the characters believable and likeable. This was a great time travel book. Not just for romance readers.
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Lynn Kurland's books are charming and romantic and fun. This book is part of a series that is a lot of fun.
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This author continues to put out awesome books that are so interesting that you dont even realize that you havent read porn throughout the entire book! Yes, she has love scenes that make your eyes water but they are told in such a manner that it is all romance. No hard core porn. This is a wonderful story that belongs in a series of her "Time Travel" book line and it is a fantastic read.
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This is a very good story. Makes you laugh. I have read this book 3 times. Enjoyed it over and over.
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Lynn Kurland is the best. I've read all her books and have loved everyone of them.
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A time travel medieval romance. A good book.
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A good time travel book. This time it's a man going back in time.
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It was a treat to read! Now I'll have to seek out other books in this series.
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I actually read this one twice. Really liked it - funny, sweet, memorable characters. Loved the part about Godiva chocolates!!
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I really enjoyed this book.
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Another wonderful Lynn Kurland book. It was nice to see a change of scenery that took place in England instead of Scotland. Another wonderful book for my collection!
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Medieval England, London, Romance, Passion, knights, and Corporate takeovers.
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great story
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Alexander Smith went from corporate piracy in the here & now to Medieval England in the blink of an eye. Erroneously kidnapped by Margaret of Falconberg to preseve her keep, he falls in love with her, champions her, & marries her with King Richard's blessing. But can he give up his 20th century luxuries, or can she live in the 20th century without going nuts?
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A good time-travel.
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great read!
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fantastic time travel story. wonderful characters, very romantic. i love that they don't do more than kiss until they are married.
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True love has always escaped Alexander Smith, until he finds a pirate map that lands him in Medieval England where he is captured by Margaret of Falconberg, a fierce beauty hidden in knight's armor.
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She writes the best time travel books ever!
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Time travel Romance
Alexander travels from modern day to Medievil England
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lynn kurland is a welcome new voice in romance
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Former corporate take-over shark Alexander Smith is bored. With his sister Elizabeth and her time-traveling husband Jamie MacLeod away from their Scottish estate, Alex is searching for some form of entertainment. Stumbling across one of Jamie's cryptic maps, Alex finds what he thinks is a time portal to Barbados; unfortunately, he finds himself dumped in a cold, damp, medieval England.

For ten long years, Margaret of Falconberg has fooled everyone into thinking her father is still alive and running the estate. The news of her father's demise has brought out persistent suitors, the worst being the evil Ralf of Brackwald. In order to protect what is hers, Margaret has become adept at fighting with both sword and lance, but she knows that time is running out. Embarking on a new plan to save her estate, Margaret decides to kidnap Ralf's younger brother Edward for ransom; what she gets is a very surprised Alex.

Convincing Margaret that disposing of him is not a good plan takes considerable effort. Despite his attempts to return to the present, Alex is soon captivated by Margaret. His attempts to assist her, however, are hindered by his vow never to fight again. Choices, vows and promises are put to the test as Margaret and Alex struggle to save Falconberg. Is there a place for their all- consuming love to flourish?
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I enjoyed the different take on this timetravel romance. The hero went back to Medieval times. It is a lighter read than she usually does but I felt it worked well here. A nice read by Kurland.