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eBook Unconquered download

by Hannah Howell

eBook Unconquered download ISBN: 0821780883
Author: Hannah Howell
Publisher: Zebra (January 1, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1795 kb
Fb2: 1310 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

UNCONQUERED by Hannah Howell is another exciting Medieval historical romance set in 1066 England. A battle between England’s Saxons and Normandy/France’s Normans. A complex and compelling story of the struggle between the Saxons of England and the Normans. It is the story of secrets,the lost of innocence,love,treachery,jealousy,the fight for a way of life for England,and who would rule England,Harold or William the Conqueror. A compelling cast of characters with a touch of paranormal.

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Read Unconquered, by Hannah Howell online on Bookmate – Left a bequest by a woman with rare psychic powers, Eada of Pevensey suddenly finds herself in possession of a box containing a mysterious doc.

Read Unconquered, by Hannah Howell online on Bookmate – Left a bequest by a woman with rare psychic powers, Eada of Pevensey suddenly finds herself in possession of a box containing a mysterious do. Left a bequest by a woman with rare psychic powers, Eada of Pevensey suddenly finds herself in possession of a box containing a mysterious document. and something even more extraordinary: the gift of second sight.

Hannah Dustin Howell (born 1950 in Massachusetts) is a best-selling American author of over 40 historical romance novels. Many of her novels are set in medieval Scotland. She also writes under the names Sarah Dustin, Sandra Dustin, and Anna Jennet. Howell is descended from some of the original American colonists, with her maternal ancestors settling in Massachusetts in the 1630s.

Left a bequest by a woman with rare psychic powers, Eada of Pevensey suddenly finds herself in possession of a box containing a mysterious document.

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She lives in West Newbury, Massachusetts with her family.

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Left a bequest by a woman with rare psychic powers, Eada of Pevensey suddenly finds herself in possession of a box containing a mysterious document...and something even more extraordinary: the gift of second sight. Now, she can actually "see" her chilling fate: a Norman invader with sea-dark eyes riding across the fields to claim her lands...and her love. A reluctant soldier for William the Conqueror, Drogo de Toulon seizes the Pevensey lands as a right of conquest...and meets a woman who defies him at every turn - and arouses uncontrollable desire. Yet now, as war rages across a divided England, the two lovers must find the bond that joins body and soul...as they chart a course through battle and betrayal that could break their hearts - or seal their passion for all time.
Comments: (7)
Liarienen
This is a re-read for me. I have this story in a paper back and when I wanted to read it my husband was cranky and wanted the lights off. So, to combat that I purchased it on the kindle. Well this story is about a young Saxon woman name Eada who was captured by the Norman's upon invasion. Her captor soon to be protector was named Drogo. Together they March across England battling for the new king William and another Norman seeking their deaths. Through it all they fall in love but like other story lines they keep their feelings to themselves.

I gave it a 4 star because of how lovely and at times intense it can be. Like I mentioned this is a re-read for me. Eada is a strong willed young lady which I like in the female characters and so is Drogo. Even though they are both strong will they are both kind and decent people. Very likable characters. I do recommend this read to who ever is interested in the time's of war but, who also likes a good decent romance story. There are intimate scenes but not written in a vulgar fashion.
Goll
One of Howell's better novels. Some I have enjoyed and some were almost painful to get through. This is worth the read if you like this time period setting for romance. Some say too nice, not believeable, but I must say Romance novelists these days are kind of "damned if they do and damned if they dont" so to speak. If the guy is too nice, they are not being realistic enough. If the guy, in this case a Norman invaider (let's face it those invasions weren't pretty and women did not fair well), is more realistically portrayed then the book is "too violent" and women are treated in a manner "unexceptable by today's standards." Howell chose to make him of the "too nice" variety. It did not interfere with my enjoyment of the story. Hey, it's romance. I do want to be able to loose myself but I also get the need for some suspension of disbelief. They key is being able to strike a balance between these two objectives, which I think Howell does fairly well in this case. I will say that if you come across Howell books that get consistently poor ratings, believe them. If they are pretty good, as is the case with many of the reviews of this book, you can also believe them. I have found the ratings to be pretty spot on.
Kriau
I chose a 5 star rating because of the well written account of the history timeline along with the beautiful love story. There were several surprise twists did not see coming as well.
Walianirv
Unconquered started off as an interesting historical read but quickly turned into a quick wrapped up ending. Drogo and Eada became frustrating, with Eada constantly running off and putting herself in danger, how many times can he save her? I liked the secondary characters such as Brun, May and Ivo, but would of liked to see a more detailed ending. All of a sudden Drogo and Eada where back at Eada's property and we didnt get to see what happened to the rest of the group. What happened to her family? Did May, Ivo and Brun react to Eada all of a sudden being a rich land owner? The reason I gave this book only three stars is it just seemed a little too unrealistic but I did find some of the descriptions of the battles and the trek to London interesting.
Xtani
Hannah Howell s one of my favorite authors and while this book does not have the same witty dialogue that her highland series does it was still a good read. The heroine was strong, another thing I like about her books, the hero was appropriately masculine and the sidekicks were sidekicks. All in all I like it.
Dagdardana
I really enjoyed this story and look forward to more from Ms Howell. I truly have enjoyed every story by this author and plan to get more books by her.
Ucantia
I've been reading Hannah Howell novels for quite a few years and have always enjoyed her books. I recommend this book.
She is a good author but after about 20 of her books you can almost guess how the story will go.