Baron of Blackwood

Baron of Blackwood THE FEUD England Boursier De Arell Verdun three noblemen who secretly gather to ally against their treacherous lord Though each is elevated to a baron in his own right and given a portion of h

  • Title: Baron of Blackwood
  • Author: Tamara Leigh
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  • Page: 458
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  • THE FEUD England, 1308 Boursier, De Arell, Verdun three noblemen who secretly gather to ally against their treacherous lord Though each is elevated to a baron in his own right and given a portion of his lord s lands, jealousy and reprisal lead to a twenty five year feud, pitting family against family, passing father to son THE PRIZE England, 1333 When Lady Quintin BourTHE FEUD England, 1308 Boursier, De Arell, Verdun three noblemen who secretly gather to ally against their treacherous lord Though each is elevated to a baron in his own right and given a portion of his lord s lands, jealousy and reprisal lead to a twenty five year feud, pitting family against family, passing father to son THE PRIZE England, 1333 When Lady Quintin Boursier leads an army against the Baron of Blackwood to demand the release of her abducted brother, she finds the same fate awaits her Now she must free herself and discover where Griffin de Arell holds her brother before her family s lands are forfeited But as the long winter nights unfold and those prowling the black wood move the feud nearer its deadly end, Quintin realizes she may have wronged her captor And he is as much a captive to her she whose secret will spoil the prize others seek to make of a woman no man should want THE VICTOR Baron Griffin de Arell protects those who belong to him, and now that the tempest who dared put a blade to his throat is his, he intends to protect her if only from herself However, Quintin Boursier yet has games to play Though Griffin resists her wiles, when it appears her family s lands are forfeited, a glimpse of her woman s heart tempts him to make the lady his in truth Now with the enemy responsible for inciting the feud determined to claim her as his prize, Griffin must join his grudging allies in bringing peace to their lands and protecting the woman who first set herself at his walls then his warrior s heart Join Griffin and Quintin in the third and final book in this best selling medieval romance series as the Boursiers, De Arells, and Verduns seek the light at the end of their long, dark feud.

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  • Tamara Leigh

    Tamara Leigh holds a Masters Degree in Speech and Language Pathology In 1993, she signed a 4 book contract with Bantam Books Her first medieval romance, Warrior Bride, was released in 1994 Continuing to write for the general market, three novels were published with HarperCollins and Dorchester and earned awards and spots on national bestseller lists.In 2006, Tamara s first inspirational contemporary romance, Stealing Adda, was released In 2008, Perfecting Kate was optioned for a movie and Splitting Harriet won an ACFW Book of the Year award The following year, Faking Grace was nominated for a RITA award In 2011, Tamara wrapped up her Southern Discomfort series with the release of Restless in Carolina.When not in the middle of being a wife, mother, and cookbook fiend, Tamara buries her nose in a good book and her writer s pen in ink In 2012, she returned to the historical romance genre with Dreamspell, a medieval time travel romance Shortly thereafter, she once invited readers to join her in the middle ages with the Age of Faith series that includes The Unveiling, The Yielding, The Redeeming, The Kindling, and The Longing Lady at Arms and Lady Of Eve, the 1994 Bantam Books bestsellers originally titled Warrior Bride and Virgin Bride, are the first of her early medieval romances to be rewritten as clean reads Baron Of Godsmere, the first book in her new series, The Feud, will be available Winter 2014 2015.Tamara lives near Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, sons, and a Doberman that bares its teeth not only to threaten the UPS man but to smile.Connect with Tamara at her website tamaraleigh, her blog The Kitchen Novelist, Facebook, and Twitter To be added to her mailing list for notification of new releases and special promotions, email her at tamaraleightenn gmail.


  • A great conclusion to the series, a lot of fun! Full review to come. ContentRomance: Pretty clean, closed door intimacy between married couple and mild innuendoLanguage: None Violence: Mild

  • I have eagerly anticipated the conclusion to Leigh's series, The Feud; and it did not disappoint! I dove into the story, and wished late last night, that I had it in me to stay up and finish it. Leigh once again, transports us to another time and place and breaths life to her characters and the setting. There is the perfect blend of chemistry, hope, love, friendship, suspense, romance and faith. In fact, it will be hard to say goodbye to these characters. Thankfully, I read that she is writing t [...]

  • Sigh!!! Great end to the series. The first part of the story is mostly what we already read with more detail on both Baron Griffin de Arell and Lady Quintin Bousier. I loved finding out more of went on with those two while she was held prisoner. The second part is really the end of who created all the feuds and I won't ruin the story but I am sure most of you have guessed if you have read the first two novels in this series. Overall the way this series ends is fantastic and gives you a smile at [...]

  • Another fantastic storyI'll confess it, this isn't an objective review. Although I don't know Ms Leigh, I love her stories. All of them. Historical and contemporary alike. This one is just as good. In fact I needed this story to fill in the gaps from the other books in the series, and I'm glad that Ms Leigh spend a good portion of the book showing us exactly that. It had a few surprises too. If you haven't read the other books in the series, I would recommend reading them first. It's not require [...]

  • A Satisfying ConclusionI do love a good ending, and Ms. Leigh's third installment in the Feud Series does a good job delivering a most satisfying conclusion. In short, Griffin and Quintin's story drew more than one smile across my face and at least one contented sigh. For that, I call this book a success! And for those who might be wondering, I would recommend reading this series in order. This one definitely builds on the previous installments and gives some greater depth to scenes in the other [...]

  • Two amazing series from author Tamara Leigh, THE AGE OF FAITH SERIES and THE FUED are absolutely incredible! I’m not going to review the books individually, because I read both series so fast (nine books in all), I have too many stories buzzing around in my head; I would not do them the justice they deserve. Needless to say, it was an incredible journey filled with knights and ladies, castles and baronies, romance, intrigue, and tragedy.The true center of THE AGE OF FAITH SERIES is the Wulfrit [...]

  • I wish I could give it four and a half stars. I really really enjoyed this book. But after the second book in this series, I just couldn't give it five. Don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, but the second book in this series had so captured my attention that this one was about a half star shy of it. But these characters were well developed and the story intriguing. I liked how this book somewhat spanned the timing of the other two and Leigh did a fabulous job of pulling it all tog [...]

  • I really should give this a 3 because I hated the first half. As the third book, the first half was narrated from the third party therefore we had to recap all of the first two books from the third party's angle. I skimmed. BUT holy cow the last half that just dealt with the third party was fabulous! I thought about it all day long and couldn't wait to read at night.I highly recommend this series.

  • A great endThis was a good series. I recommend reading it as a series but could be read alone. I think the books got better as the series went along. I really enjoyed Quinten and Griffin's story. Although I felt the epilogue did not flow as well as the book. Seemed so much information in such a short chapter.

  • An exciting conclusion to the trilogy. The exciting conclusion to The Feud trilogy was everything I expected. Kudos to Tamara Leigh for another tale that was hard to put down. Griffin and Quintin’s story was intriguing, touching and so romantic! I’m anxiously awaiting Rhys and Lianor’s story. Hint, hint! (Note: This is definitely a series to be read in order.)

  • Though I think the second of this series was the best, this was a good read. I liked how this book encompasses the events of the whole series, and there were some twist in the progression of the story I did not see coming.

  • Nice conclusion to the series. I really liked Quintin and Griffin. They were fun characters and very likable together.The long arc plots all got wrapped up nicely in this. Very satisfying end all around.

  • This is the final book in The Feud series and it's everything I had hoped it to be. I'd recommend reading all of the books in order to understand these three families. This book has some overlap with some scenes and events from book 1, Baron Of Godsmere, however it is from Quintin's and Griffin's points of view. Their arranged marriage journey happened a bit differently from the other two couples, which I appreciated. The reader finally knows who the real villain is and everything comes to head [...]

  • I LOVED this book and all the flair of this time period. Tamara Leigh has colorful words and great action in her books! And a bit of romance!In the last book of The Feud series I was captured. It was fun to see the stories of the first two books come and intertwine in this book. Where their stories ended this one finished it all. I enjoyed seeing Quintin and Griffin work through their feelings for each other and all that was going on around them. Could their love truly blossom and grow? Would ev [...]

  • I'm often not really into medieval-romances - but I've read almost all of Tamara's. Probably mostly because she's a good storyteller. I'm a woman, and I believe in empowerment, so that's why it's sometimes annoying when the men in the books seem to have most of the power. But I'll always manage to overcome it for these books.It was lovely to see this book be basically started at an early point in book 1, only from Quintin's viewpoint, instead of Bayard and Elianor's viewpoint. For those who are [...]

  • An entertaining end to The Feud series, loved seeing all the families come together and work together in the end to defeat their true enemy.

  • end of the tailthis has been a great journey. I have read all three and all though you may read these alone. they really should be read in order well written full body characters and great anti heros that are hero worthy and a villain that even draws some sympathy. I will try some other of her books.

  • Great conclusion to the series!!!! I loved it. how everything was put together. I like how it was a clean read romance it wasn't preachy but it still had God involved in it. The ending left me wanting to read about all there children's especial about Lianor and Rhys I wonder what would happen there? It seems like a romance waiting to happen? But anyways it was a great story.

  • Wrap it upThis has a fun love story with much to wrap up from the two previous books. There is a great deal to morn over and a lot of forgiveness all around. While it is not my favorite of the three, it puts a fine bow all the questions and makes me now want to reread them with a more enlightened view.

  • Another great read from author Tamara Leigh. I ALWAYS enjoy her medieval romance books. They are clean reads. I was sad when the story ended and that I had finished the series. Looking forward to her #6 in the Age of Faith series!!

  • Unfortunately, this story was tiring after reading first 2 books. Nothing new in the first half. Often confusing and wordy too- trying to sound midevialish weighed down the flow. I still love the author though and the excerpts and the end of the book made me excited for future stories again.

  • This was a nice conclusion to the trilogy. I wish there were a book about Rhys's story and some of the other children of the three families that are mentioned in the Epilogue.

  • RemarkableThe end of the series unfortunately, I have so enjoyed these stories. This book has e everything needed to make an excellent and enchanting story. Enjoy

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