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Snow in July by [Headlee, Kim Iverson, Headlee, Kim]
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Sir Robert Alain de Bellencombre has been granted what every man wants: a rich English estate in exchange for his valiant service at the Battle of Hastings. To claim this reward, the Norman knight must wed the estate's Saxon heiress. Most men would leap at such an opportunity, but for Alain, who broke his vow to his dying mother by failing to protect his youngest brother in battle, it means facing more easily broken vows. But when rumors of rampant thievery, dangerous beasts, and sorcery plaguing a neighboring estate reach his ears, nothing will make him shirk duty to king and country when people's lives stand at risk. He assumes the guise of a squire to scout the land, its problems, and its lady.

Lady Kendra of Edgarburh has been granted what no woman wants: a forced marriage to an enemy who may be kith or kin to the man who murdered her beloved brother. Compounding her anguish is her failure to awaken the miraculous healing gift bequeathed by their late mother in time to save his life. Although with his dying breath, he made her promise to seek happiness above all, Kendra vows that she shall find neither comfort nor love in the arms of a Norman…unless it snows in July.

Alain is smitten by Lady Kendra from the first moment of their meeting; Kendra feels the forbidden allure of the handsome and courtly Norman "squire." But a growing evil overshadows everyone, invoking dark forces and ensnaring Kendra in a plot to overthrow the king Alain is oath-bound to serve. Kendra and Alain face a battle unlike any other as their honor, their love, their lives, and even their very souls lie in the balance.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1224 KB
  • Print Length: 390 pages
  • Publisher: Pendragon Cove Press (June 20 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00L6K50V2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #181,087 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A wedding ceremony should be blissful. The bride should be happy. But for Lady Kendra of Edgarburh, it is a forced marriage arranged by her father. She is to marry Sir Robert Alain de Bellencombre. Not only that, she was still grieving for her brother, Del, who had recently died after the Battle of Hastings. As he was dying he asks her to promise him something. She swears anything … then says, “If it were within my power, I would give you snow in July.” But, he merely wants her to “…strive to find happiness.” As she contemplates her forced marriage to what she considers a barbaric Norman, she wonders if she will ever feel any happiness again.

Unbeknownst to her, Alain doesn’t want the marriage either. It is by decree from the king, who is now a Norman. For Alain’s victory at the Battle of Hastings, he receives an English estate upon his marriage to the estate’s Saxon heiress. Alain is also in mourning for his younger brother for whom he felt personally responsible and was not able to save during the battle.

I loved the characters of both Alain and Kendra. They were joyful to watch as each had their own preconceived ideas of the other. The historical perspective in the story is true to the age of early 11th century. It had just a bit of a paranormal flair as Kendra’s ‘rare healing gift’ is passed down from her mother. The paranormal aspect did not dominate or overtake the story. The romance within the novel is clean. However for younger readers, the battle detail may be too explicit. Rating: 4 out of 5.
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This is the second book I've read by this author and I thoroughly enjoyed this amazing story. The characters felt so real as I was reading and their emotions came through great. The history was very well written and it contained everything a read wants in a story ,you will find romance, history , Intrigue, magic, and knights in shining amour .As I was reading this story ,I find myself rooting for the hero and the heroine ,but at times their seemed to be at odds with each odd. There's surprises at very turn and its not what you would expect. Just reminder sometimes we all have to do something we don't want to do, but we do it. I could go no and tell you more about this amazing story but that would spoil it for you. I highly recommend you read this great story by Kim Headlee ,you won't be disappointed. This author writes totally amazing story that pulls you in and holds you there until the very end'
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