• Title: Crusader Captive
  • Author: Merline Lovelace
  • ISBN: 9780373296507
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Crusader Captive A strategic marriage to a powerful Saracen lord with a penchant for virgins will enable wealthy Lady Jocelyn to keep her fortress home But at what cost Her only hope of escaping the depraved lord s ha
    A strategic marriage to a powerful Saracen lord with a penchant for virgins will enable wealthy Lady Jocelyn to keep her fortress home But at what cost Her only hope of escaping the depraved lord s harem is to lose her virginity and fast Captured and tortured knight Simon de Rhys is in no position to refuse Lady Jocelyn s proposition his freedom for one night with her.A strategic marriage to a powerful Saracen lord with a penchant for virgins will enable wealthy Lady Jocelyn to keep her fortress home But at what cost Her only hope of escaping the depraved lord s harem is to lose her virginity and fast Captured and tortured knight Simon de Rhys is in no position to refuse Lady Jocelyn s proposition his freedom for one night with her The task seems simple, and deeply pleasurable, until he discovers her secret.

    One Reply to “Crusader Captive”

    1. Overall, an enjoyable light romance. :)I have a weakness for Templar heroes (aka warrior monks, crusty battle-hardened knights, or socially challenged assassins -- males of that ilk in whatever the setting), so this book started on the right foot from the get-go. I also liked the heroine -- she was inexperienced, but not unrealistically stupid ("Gasp! Why is your peen getting hard?! Why are my nipples tingly?!!" Yeah, Sarah can't stand that shit) or afraid of her sensual nature (once the initial [...]

    2. I loved 'Crusader Captive'! It was just UHHHHHH! So good!Its meant to be a kiss and forget but Im not forgetting! The Characters are so wonderful that the reader can't help but love em' all! This is my first Merline Lovelace novel, and i adored the whole thing--The Plot, Characters, Situations, Dialogue -was just perfect. My only problem with this book is that I really wished it was longer!The hero, Simon is beyond perfect, his love is so pure and when he quotes a song back to the heroine,Jocely [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this story set near Jerusalem between a soon-to-be knight Templar and the Lady of Fortemur.The only thing I really regret is the coarse scenes! This book could have been so better without them. I can understand that some scenes "need" to be written to explain things but I like them soft and some acts should not be too described on a book unless there is a fair warning!

    4. Hahahaha,so that book was very interesting. Different type of romance novel than I usually read, set during the 2 crusades. But I found it hard to believe that they feel in love that fast. And also Im sorry her secret cave (hahahahaha) did the author mean to do that.

    5. This should be more of a 3.5 stars. An easy read, but as another reviewer stated "not a deep plot". Still I enjoyed it.

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