Francesca

Francesca Now you belong to mey me Her husband spoke softly menacingly and Francesca quivered beneath his touch She had been forced to marry Raoul a man who represented everything she despised But unable to

  • Title: Francesca
  • Author: Valentina Luellen
  • ISBN: 9780373050062
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now you belong to mey me Her husband spoke softly, menacingly, and Francesca quivered beneath his touch She had been forced to marry Raoul, a man who represented everything she despised But, unable to ignore her growing attraction for him, she soon found herself torn between a husband she loved passionately and a brother to whom she owed allegiance.Her new home tNow you belong to mey me Her husband spoke softly, menacingly, and Francesca quivered beneath his touch She had been forced to marry Raoul, a man who represented everything she despised But, unable to ignore her growing attraction for him, she soon found herself torn between a husband she loved passionately and a brother to whom she owed allegiance.Her new home the decadent court of the ruthless Borgias appalled her She clung to her husbnad s professed love With him she would be safeHow was Francesca to know she would be brutally betrayed

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    About "Valentina Luellen"

    1. Valentina Luellen

      Pseudonym for Judith Hagar AKA Judith Polley and Helen Kent.

    115 thoughts on “Francesca”

    1. That was a hilarious spoof of Cesare Borgia as a moustache-twirling villain but a disappointing portrayal of aristocratic Italian women of the era as vapid, TSTL airheads. Both Lucrezia Borgia and the heroine come off about as smart and attentive as a pair of squirrels, which is really not my understanding of the very learned, cunning, and politically involved famous females of that time. Sure, there must have been a few airheads in the Italian courts of the Renaissance like in any period, but I [...]


    2. This one was a lot of funif you like un-PC harlequins and/or old-skool bodice rippers. :DBasically the author flung her heroine into the Borgia court & watched her flail in the water. Francesca is no mousy little miss; as the daughter of a rich Florentine family she's haughty, proud, & pampered. She's also suspicious of anything the Borgia clan says or does -- not that anyone could blame her. :P The hero is Raoul, an OC Borgia bastard & mercenary; Rodrigo has taken a shine to this ba [...]




    3. A good story, descriptive historical romance set in Italy at the time of the Borgias giving a sense of the menace and danger of these times


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