Book Reviews of A Warrior's Heart (Warrior, Bk 1) (Harlequin Historical, No 118)

A Warrior's Heart (Warrior, Bk 1) (Harlequin Historical, No 118)
A Warrior's Heart - Warrior, Bk 1 - Harlequin Historical, No 118
Author: Margaret Moore
ISBN-13: 9780373287185
ISBN-10: 0373287186
Publication Date: 3/1/1992
Pages: 299
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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A Warrior's Heart is the first book in Margaret Moore's 15 book Warrior series. I liked that the hero, a former crusader who returns home badly injured and disfigured, is not a "pretty boy" but the heroine falls for him anyway. Similarly, the heroine is a "plain Jane", average-skinny and small busted, though the hero is very attracted to her. That's a nice dose of reality-we cannot all be "god or goddess gorgeous" but we all still find someone to love :)

I enjoyed the story quite a bit, until the last 50 pages, when the author has the heroine turn a bit "too stupid to live" but I can overlook that , especially since this was written in 1992, when TSTL heroines seemed to be in every romance novel-LOL.

If you like Medieval Romances with strong, dramatic and sometimes funny characters, I think you'll like this "old school" novel.
4 stars.
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the first book in the WARRIOR'S series. Warriors Heart introduces the one-eyed Baron Emryss DeLanyea, his cousin Cynric DeLanyea, Cynric's "henchman" Urien Fitzroy and the boy Hu Morgan.
. From the moment Emryss DeLanyea stole her away to his dark and misty valley filled with ancient magic, Lady Roanna Westercott felt safe for the first time in years. Though he bore the scars of battle, the Welshman seemd invincible. Little did Roanna know how much Emryss would come to depend upon her quiet strength.

Returning home from the Crusades with his body disfigured, Emryss had put aside all thoughts of women and love forever, until he met the Lady Roanna. The fragile woman had a will of iron, but was she strong enough to heal his warrior's heart?