The Diamond King

The Diamond King Patricia Potter
  • Title: The Diamond King
  • Author: Patricia Potter
  • ISBN: 9780515133325
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Diamond King Patricia Potter The Diamond King The fighting at Culloden nearly destroyed Alex Leslie Once a Highland nobleman with a truly brilliant future Alex left the battlefield with a scarred face and wounded spirit and a hatred of the Briti
    The fighting at Culloden nearly destroyed Alex Leslie Once a Highland nobleman with a truly brilliant future, Alex left the battlefield with a scarred face and wounded spirit and a hatred of the British that still ravages his soul As captain of a privateer bound for diamond rich Brazil, Alex captures every British vessel he encounters and takes a lovely, but defianThe fighting at Culloden nearly destroyed Alex Leslie Once a Highland nobleman with a truly brilliant future, Alex left the battlefield with a scarred face and wounded spirit and a hatred of the British that still ravages his soul As captain of a privateer bound for diamond rich Brazil, Alex captures every British vessel he encounters and takes a lovely, but defiant, lady captiveAlex has every reason to hate Jenna Campbell The feisty Scottish lass belongs to the British allied clan he most despises But somewhere in the wild Brazilian jungle, his dislike gives way to fierce desire and the kind of love he thought he d never find
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    1. Captain Will Malfour was not always a pirate, but instead a Scottish lord named Alex Leslie A miserable battle at Culloden Moor ended leaving many dead, but leaving Alex Leslie scarred in ways than one In an attempt to get back at the British for the massacre at Culloden Alex finds him self protecting ten small orphaned children and pursuing a path he would have never dreamed As unlikely as the path he takes, is the love he finds along the way Lady Jenna fills up a void in his heart, but will h [...]

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    2. Entertaining but not my taste Not really into romance novels.

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    3. The Diamond King G Patricia Potter 3rd in trilogyWill Malfour wasn t always an outlaw At one time, he was Lord Alex Leslie, a member of the Scottish nobility Then comes the massacre of Culloden, when he suddenly finds himself protecting ten orphans Two years later, he takes on the lucrative position of privateer while headed for the diamond mines of South America Jenna Campbell has many strikes against her At age 25 she s a spinster and a bluestocking with a birthmark on her hand a sure sign of [...]

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    4. Tra a e guerra all epoca della rivolta giacobitaQuesto libro preso in s abbastanza carino, per , nel mio caso, ha scontato il confronto con la Gabaldon e soprattutto con i libri di Stefania Auci ambientati nello stesso periodo, anche se forse sono meno romantici, ma pi credibili nella ricostruzione storica SCAMBIATO

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    5. The first book in this trilogy, The Black Knave, is my second favorite Scottish romance This one isn t a favorite, but it is a fun read I really liked both the hero and the heroine, and how strong both of them were.

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    6. Best of the trilogyAn easy adventurous read I read til 4 a.m to finish it Couldn t put it down I was glad there wasn t a husband beating his wife in this one Fun adventures and a spirited heroin instead.

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    7. Third in a series of Scots dealing with the aftermath of Colloden It was good to read it again because the characters are 3D and very likable Great adventure story as well as a romance.

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    8. A few years ago I probably would have loved this book However, Diana Gabaldon has ruined me for other stories about the after effects of Culloden Also, I like my romances spicier these days

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