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My Forever Love
My Forever Love
Author: Marsha Canham
Ciaran Tamberlane is a dishonored knight, living in exile. Amie de Langois is a woman in hiding from her brutal husband, living on Tamberlane's land. Tamberlane has nothing to lose by defying the law to protect Amie -- nothing except his heart... — FALLING FROM GRACE... — Ciaran Tamberlane was once an honored warrior -- until the day he lost h...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780451211286
ISBN-10: 0451211286
Publication Date: 7/6/2004
Pages: 368
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 39 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 0
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Helpful Score: 4
First of all, the cover of this book is among my favorites. I love how only half of the knight's face is shown, leaving the rest to the reader's imagination. The castle in the background was yet another nice touch. Now on to the story...

I did not find the violence in this story to be one bit offensive. In fact, it only added to the realism in this tale. Some authors get right into the story surrounding the hero and heroine, whereas Ms. Canham treats you to much more than that. Instead of merely stating that the hero engages in battle, you are taken onto the battlefield with him - the descriptions leaving little to the imagination - BREATHTAKINGLY REAL - the descriptions put you in a mind frame of watching a movie rather than reading a book.

I really enjoyed the story of Ciaran Tamberlane, a man who had lost faith in his God and almost in himself and Amaranth de Langois, the hunted bride of an abusive husband. I fell in love with Ciaran from the moment he was introducd - quiet, yet commanding...the physical description given of him by the author was enough to make me weak in the knees. Black hair, green eyes, tall and muscular....YUM!!!

Amaranth was most certainly courageous in her attempts to escape yet another abusive marriage.

The only thing that prevented me from giving this story a five-star rating was that by the time Tamberlane and Amaranth got around to declaring their love for one another...the book was ending. It's like I was so caught up in the story of how he came to be a excommunicated knight and she a woman on the run and then there was Marak, of course...that by the time the two confessed their feelings for one another, I was like, "Okay, now their story begins." But it doesn't. Don't get me wrong - the love scenes, though few, were wonderful and the attaction between the two was quite obvious from start but I just wanted more!!! *whine However, this doesn't disuade me from ordering every title by Marsha Canham from tonight. *laugh

All in all, this was one of THE BEST medieval stories I've read in quite awhile. Enjoy!
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Helpful Score: 1
Medieval romance with honor, chivalry, intrigue,etc. by one of my favorite authors. Enjoy.
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Loyal Knight Templar, loses faith in his quest. Unable to condon the killing of inocents. He is excommunicated, branded a traitor and lives in self-imposed exile. Then his life is upended by a young woman, running from her brutal husband. In the saving of her he finds himself and honor again.
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Terrific book!
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A medieval romance set in the holy land and in England in the days of King Richard I
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A great read!