• Title: Redefining Rayne
  • Author: Amy Mullen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Redefining Rayne Rayne de Latham cousin to King William Rufus should be enjoying a life of privilege Instead she has only known misery Her disastrous first marriage yielded nothing but pain suffering and three st
    Rayne de Latham, cousin to King William Rufus, should be enjoying a life of privilege Instead, she has only known misery Her disastrous first marriage yielded nothing but pain, suffering, and three stillborn children She believes she is cursed and is certain another pregnancy will end in another tragedy When the king seeks to get rid of her by sending her to marry oneRayne de Latham, cousin to King William Rufus, should be enjoying a life of privilege Instead, she has only known misery Her disastrous first marriage yielded nothing but pain, suffering, and three stillborn children She believes she is cursed and is certain another pregnancy will end in another tragedy When the king seeks to get rid of her by sending her to marry one of his knights, she will do just about anything to get out of her betrothal Widower Andre de Grelle is father to two small boys who came to him by marriage When his first wife jumps off the castle walls in a fit of madness, he keeps the boys he has grown to love as his own When king sends him a new bride, the lovely but trou bled Rayne, he vows to have patience with her than he had with his first wife Once Rayne arrives at Cuxton Castle, Andre realizes there is much to her than meets the eye She does everything she can to force him to send her away, but nothing works Frustration grows as Andre discovers his betrothed is hiding something from him about her past, something so devastating she cannot speak the words out loud In the midst of a siege on nearby Pevensey Castle, a truth comes to light that changes everything As the real story of Rayne s past emerges, lives change forever Will love be enough, or will it be easier to walk away

    One Reply to “Redefining Rayne”

    1. Overall, I enjoyed this story. I liked the setting in the reign of William Rufus and could tell the author had researched her time period well. There were times I wish the story had been a little more fleshed out, and the ending seemed a bit rushed (a lengthy dialogue scene that could have been interspersed with a little more action and emotion to draw us more deeply into the characters at this critical point), but the story kept me reading and looking forward to more. I will read more from this [...]

    2. Medieval RomanceAnother wonderful story from Amy Mullen. My heart ached for what the heroine had to endure throughout this story. I cried with her and for her! The hero is what every hero should berong, caring/loving, patient, dangerous, and yes handsome. The cruelty of the king and his cohorts is unfathomable. This is not only a romance but a good mystery with some interesting twists. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it!

    3. A lot of cruelty & injustice perpetrated on a woman but little explanation other than a kings wim. I didn't really go on much of an adventure even though I was encouraged by the title & cover.

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