Jude Deveraux is an American author who is well known for her historical romances. The Black Lyon () [Ranulf de Warbrooke & Lyonene Tompkins, ]; The Maiden () [Prince Rowan & Princess Jura, ]; The Velvet Promise. The Black Lyon [Jude Deveraux] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Classic Love Story of a Fearless Lordand the Woman Who Tamed. Darkly handsome and rich beyond imagining, the bold English conqueror was called “the Black Lyon” for his lion like ferocity. He had no match among enemies, .

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Read the following quotations if you’re still not convinced: Ratings and Reviews 6 49 star ratings 6 reviews. Could not put it downui … Show more Show less. He dropped her abruptly and winked at the staring Brent. It really is a beautiful love story.

Accidentally Compromising the Duke. Sep 14, Regan Walker rated it really liked it. Not sure how, though hide spoiler ] and found there were many great things about this book, and my overall impression was really positive, though I mainly complained deverau.

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The Black Lyon (Montgomery/Taggert, #1) by Jude Deveraux

She began writing inand published her first bo Jude Gilliam was born September 20, in Fairdale, Kentucky. Ranulf finally appears to have come to his senses about his relationship with Lyonene and he vows to start their lives anew. Jan 24, AprilA rated it really liked it Shelves: She is a baron’s daughter, even though she has been protected and sheltered by her family she is happy, darin Loved it- it was my kind of thing, fast moving, strong characters, alpha male, passionate love, jealousy that tears them apart, a perfect match.

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Thing is, I can usually just accept a moment or two like that in HR because I know that’s how it really was back then. And about as non- valid as would be the “consent” of someone very drunk.

I read this book three weeks ago, and have forgotten most of it already. More of an anger-banger for lack of a better term. Published January 30th by Avon Books first published January 1st Many of the character’s thoughts and actions are as they would be for the time period. For me The Black Lyon was such a book. Jude has also stepped outside her milieu, with mixed results. Do you not know the Black Lion eats three girls such as you each day afore dinner?

Once Upon A Bride. Thanks for telling us about the problem. InJude married and took her husband’s surname of White, but four years later they divorced. I’m not sure about it! The Heiress and the Hothead.

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What is wrong is wrong, no matter how you look at it. There’s nothing like your first romance.


Around the same time she met Mohammed Montassir with whom she blacklyoon a son, Sam Alexander Montassir, in I don’t think I liked that. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. The only thing that bothered me was, at times, the plot. So begins their struggle to find happiness. Lyonene is a beauty, an innocent who quickly wins his heart and brings laughter to this hardened man.

Did not want to put it down. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I know she’s gotten better over the years. Darkly handsome and rich beyond imagining, the bold English conqueror was called Lyon for his-lion like fierceness. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Around the Year i My new coworkers were all historical romance fiends it was a bank; all blacllyon employees were female except the loan officers and janitorial staff. I don’t know where to begin.

I also liked that at the begining of this book she gives the floor plan of the castle, it was nice to look at when reading I really liked this book. Considered the first book in Jude Deveraux’s Montgomery series but reads as a stand-alone.