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He held her agonized gaze with his fierce black eyes.
See all 74 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Her guardians are odious people, and Diana’s small ways of rebelling against them are lovely.
Sono quasi quattrocentocinquanta pagine dense, ricche di avvenimenti e di personaggi, e fondate su un’indubbia cura nei dettagli e nella ricostruzione storica. Virginia Henley is one of those authors who shows up on a lot of “best of” historical romance lists, but I’d never actually read any of her work.
She is taken captive, made a slave by Marcus Magnus,and they fall in love.
Enslaved by Virginia Henley
She’s smart and opinionated, and most of the men virfinia her life are dandies. There she could lose herself, becoming the licentious Diana, goddess of the hunt–far byy the rigid restraints of eighteenth-century London, where she was courted by fops and fools. Love this story Is read this a million times and never get bored this story has a great love story. The concept was good. Virginia Syddall was born on December 5, in England, where her father, Thomas Syddall, taught her to love history.
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The voice contains an emotional distancing quality, as if told by an omnipotent reporter, which prevented me from making a deep emotional connection with the characters. Paperbackpages. It was almost like a kismet thing between Diana and Marcus. It was pretty raunchy to which I say, “ohhhh Marcus Magnus was powerful, arrogant, bu infuriating.
I couldn’t put it down. Not only that but the heroine wears powdered wigs and panniers. She decides its a good idea to place an antique Roman helmet on her head. I was intending to skip enslavee to her return to her own time, but after putting it down I never felt the need to pick it back up again enslavedd I offered it to a friend who had never read a snslaved I wonder what she’s thinking of it I do hope she writes more books as sizzling virginja this one!
Inspired by Your Browsing History. There are three “acts” in this book, and they don’t really fit together as well as they should because so much of what cinches them together relies on heavy suspension of disbelief. The guardians get a doctor to commit Diana to an asylum on the pretext that she is delusional because she believes she really did go to Rome.
The story is told in an omnipotent voice, head hopping quite a bit, which I found distracting.
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She and Marcus are betrayed in the past Please virinia again later. A little corny in a few places but over all I enjoyed it much more than I was expecting. Being stabbed has put her back in the present, where she learns that she’s been missing for months. Diana was transported enslavex in her own time, from where she has been missing for about 9 months, her aunt and uncle have declared her dead and embezzled all her money.
Diana lives in eighteenth century London. Marcus is called to Rome by the depraved emperor Nero to discuss his leadership position in Britannia.
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There was a gritty bodice ripper in here fighting desperately to get out, but it was drowning in Bertrice Small-level purple prose and bad plotting. She is well-read, intelligent, beautiful and yearning to live her life from under the watchful eye of her Aunt Prudence and Uncle Richard. But not in a sassy way, more like a 5 year old throwing a tantrum. I loved Enslaved by Virginia Henley.
While perusing an antique shop, she tries on an ancient Roman helmet that was excavated in the town. For Lady Diana Davenport, they existed only in her books and dreams. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase.