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Gentle Warrior by Julie Garwood – From New York Times bestselling author and queen of romance Julie Garwood comes this classic novel of a medieval lady. Gentle Warrior was Julie Garwood’s first published romance from way back in , and although I mostly enjoyed it, I would have to say that it showed some of . In feudal England, Elizabeth Montwright barely escaped the massacre that destroyed her family and exiled her from her ancestral castle. Bent on revenge, she.

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Her irritation turned to exasperation when he began to snore It was okay. Neither one was really plumbing the depths of humanity, although they certainly went for SOME sort of depth-plumbing, ha ha warrkor. Jun 28, Netanella rated it liked it Shelves: The language is formal, and a tad over descriptive, as are the literary allusions. Really more like a 2.

Open Preview See a Problem? Both are spirited, skilled in ways that women usually weren’t way back then, such as hunting and use of weaponry and defense. Elizabeth becomes exasperated with Geoffrey who gsntle her mind also must be taught how to be a proper husband.

The writing Something interesting about this book that I had never really noticed before, and something that made it a little more difficult to read than most of Jukie novels, was the way she wrote the characters’ silent thoughts. In fact, I would have to say that the largest part of this book was about them learning to compromise and come to terms with the other’s inherent personality julje.


Today, her name appears regularly on the bestseller lists of every major publication in the country, and her books are translated into dozens of languages around the world.

Synopsis – Julie Garwood

Feb 24, Tracey rated it did not like it Shelves: Aug 10, C rated it really liked it Shelves: Wwrrior was highly non understanding, always threatening to beat her and nothing like the tender warriors I’m used to.

They are all the same beat of plots, climaxes, heros, heroines and villains.

Garwood glosses over those moments more than usual. Gentle Warrior By Julie Garwood.

Gentle Warrior

It kind of has to, so as not to, you know, fall off. Another Julie Garwood treat, very nice.

It wasnt interesting at all: The hawk had landed on her bare arm, but she did not flinch from either his weight or his touch. I didn’t feel that the hero and heroine had as much depth as they could have, but overall, they were both pretty likable. In feudal England, Elizabeth Montwright barely escaped the massacre that destroyed her family and exiled her from her ancestral castle. Predictable, but still cute. This book had quite a few trips downtown, and while that sounds fun, it was actually quite a bit like a paint by number I mean, the villain conspired to kill the heroine’s parents.


Perfect book if you like romance and Highlanders. In this story, everything happens right up front, leaving only their journey to figuring out that they have fallen in love somewhere along the way.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. May contain moderately descriptive love scenes, usually no more than three.

Earrior adults only material, not for the faint of heart. He had demanded her pledge, and now she would have his! Bent on revenge, she rode again through the fortress gates, disguised as a pe. In nulie midst of his fevered dreams, Geoffrey awoke to find the most beguiling creature he’s ever seen hovering over his bed. Then, later in the book, she is shocked when he kisses her there. Jan 29, Feminista rated it liked it Shelves: Elizabeth suffers the same problem. Summary As with all of her historical romances, we have strong, arrogant, hunky heroes who know all there is to know about This was Garwood’s first book from From the New York Times bestselling author of Ransom comes an exquisite tender tale of love, barwood and passion!

A decent book but my least favorite by JG.