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  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Ivy Books; Reissue edition (Jan. 29 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0804119732
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804119733
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.6 x 17.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #428,811 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“Ms. Foley is a compelling storyteller whose vibrant images and scintillating prose capture the imagination.”
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With a hard-eyed stare, Damien Knight, the earl of Winterley, swung the long-handled axe up over his head and slammed it down with savage force, cleanly splitting the upright log down the middle. Read the first page
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By Andriana on Oct. 29 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
More like melting hearts cos thats what this dashing young man will do! My favourite type of hero: a dark dashing stranger with a dark past. I adored the way Miranda tried to get into her ruthlessly cold guardians heart. THe way she coaxed him to trust her, to give into her: its utterly breath-taking and heart-soaring. And in the end I love the way he gives into and sets his spirit free - dazzling! He's a trully amazing character who made me feel so sorry for him. He was going through hell and yet stayed so honourable. Gaelen Foley really showed what he was feeling to such a great effect and Miranda was such a strong character for such a young person.
I especially adore the way Miranda releases him from his agony - sneaky Miranda! But seriously the characters are so genuine and serous in there feelign towards each other that you feel you might just weep with the unfairness in this real world! This is my favourite from all four of Foley's Knight Miscellany series. It's a satisfyingly charming read and is definitely recommended! A keeper!
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By "vt1752" on July 15 2003
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Sorry, but,... I just did not like this book as much as Lord of Fire. LOF's hero, Lucien, was so much more multi-dimensional and complex. To explain why he is the way he is, Foley spent an appropriate amount of time on his background, particularly how Lucien had always felt inferior to his "older" twin brother Damien. Also, so much was made of Lucien's admiration for Damien. so I expected Damien to have admirable qualities, which he really didn't. He was obviously tormented by his war experience, but this was the only aspect of his character Foley covered. So Damien wound up being one-dimensional and boring. Also, the way his post traumatic stress syndrome was portrayed was almost silly. Although he agonizes constantly about bugging out in front of people, he only has one public episode, and that's when a champagne cork pops, triggering his war memories. I couldn't help giggling. Also, the way Miranda apparently "cures" him with one session of oral sex was silly as well. I felt like Foley raised a worthwhile topic (survivor's guilt and PTSD) but then dealt with them in a very shallow way.
Equally shallow has been Foley's portrayal of Lucien and Damien's relationship as twins. Perhaps it's a cliche that twins are emotionally close, but Lucien and Damien almost treated each other like strangers. In LOF, they avoided each other until the very end of the book, and in LOI, Lucien actually spent more time talking to Miranda than to Damien. I didn't expect the twins to have mental telepathy, but I did expect the fact that they were twins to have some impact on the stories, which it did not. It's almost as if she made them twins for no reason.
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Lord Damien Knight of Winterley, known as Demon in the war. the war hero that came home unscratched....or is it really? Damien was unscratched in the outside, but the war left him a broken man in the inside, the horror in the war has left Damien living in nightmares. in fear of hurting those around him, Damien lives in the outskirts of civilization untill his comrade in battle died unexpectedly. In his death he leaves his ward in Damien's care, now, whether he likes it or not, Damien is forced to come out and meet society's call again. But is he really ready? Is he going to follow Miranda back into the light? Will she heal him with her love, or leave him never to trust again? can he rescue Miranda from harm when it finally comes knocking at her door?
Strong-willed, cheerfull and unearthly beautiful Miranda FitzHubert, the ward of Damien Knight, she suffered though the loss of her parents and her uncle, now she is the ward of the notorious war hero, Lord Winterley. what happens when she attracts to him as none other? Miranda sees the torment in Damien's soul, she knows that she is the only one who can save him from his own darkness the only one that can give him the love that he starves for. But will she be pushed away like others that tried? will Damien lock her out of his life? Will she be able to battle the demons of his dreams and rescue her knight in shining armor as he had rescued her?
A wonderful novel, another great piece of work by Gaelen Foley, this is the sequel to The Duke and Lord of Fire. i was captured again by the intruge and suspence that Mrs Foley has set out, sometimes i want to just slap Damien for his stupidity, can't he see Miranda's love for him and his love fo her? but great work once again, this was as wonderful as the other 2 books.
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Miss Miranda Fitzhubert has just been named ward of the incredibly honorable, brave, war hero Damien Knight, the ear of Winterley. From the very first moment the two see each other sparks fly. But not is all as it seems. both of these two people have dark secrets that must be brought out by the other and conquered. Damien is forever being haunted by his past from the war. He is afraid that if he stays around people he might hurt them during one of his episodes. But the sweet Miranda's touch seems to be able to keep his demons at bay. But how can he keep her close when he might hurt her?? And then there's that small little matter of someone is trying to kill her, that they must solve...
This book is wonderful! It is filled with nonstop action. There is no way any reader can get bored with this book!! The characters are perfect for each other, and you really find yourself feeling what the characters are feeling. So yes, I give this book 5 stars! It's funny and filled with action!!!
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