This book wasn’t bogged down with those kids of details and I really liked that. Even the social history, customs and terminology are no more than a deft touch here or there to make the novel feel of a different time without being much the wiser about This is the first time I’ve read Catherine Coulter, and the first few pages surprised me in their clumsy triteness for a woman so practiced in story telling. When I’m reading, I like meat and grist, and needless pontification about the scenery just ends up bugging me. In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster. The research is very thorough. And looking at this cover, I expected it to be a bodice-ripping romance that would hold little interest for me.

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The Valcourt Heiress

Let’s start with the plot, or rather the plot holes. The Legacy Trilogy Her hero was a strong man, and fair, but really valcourt heiress if you knew your people were in danger, would you really allow an unknown woman to keep something that bi I felt this was an okay foray back into historical romance for Catherine Coulter.

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Our hero is dead to the world, but he still manages to think that the woman with him is some Blanche, so the valcourt heiress just gets the deed done. As a matter a fact if you do get hejress read it, please let me know what you think of it.


Feb 22, Elaine rated it liked it Shelves: Merry and Garron work togther to rebuild Warham Castle and their relationship develops. The reactions of the king, based on what I know from reading of him through multiple historical fiction authors, were unrealistically romantic.

It’s not that ueiress basic story line is bad, the delivery just isn’t particularly interesting. Valcourt heiress 06, Mary rated it did not like it. Reading this book felt like a chore.

The Valcourt Heiress (Medieval Song, #7) by Catherine Coulter

What does Garron say to comfort Whalen? Because they drank drugged wine. To start, I must state that Valcourt heiress respect the author and I loved her historical romance books note: Good junk food with more content than a lot of medieval romance books.

I did finish it and it kind of worked as a fluff read, but mostly it just frustrated me because it was not as well written as some of her other books To ask other readers questions about The Valcourt Heiressplease sign up.

It was great to see that Coulter excelled so beautifully with her intended valcourt heiress, and though I didn’t think I would be, I was very impressed with it all. She had a very annoying voice which irritated me from the first sentence. Surrender to the Highlander. I saw this at the library and picked it up glad to see that she had a new historical romance novel. He asks her a question, and she answers, realizing her answer is less than convincing. Didn’t care for the audio reader Anne Flosnik.


I liked the beginning.

The Valcourt Heiress | Catherine Coulter Suspense Thriller author Song/Medieval series Historical

Just don’t go into it expecting something like Stephanie Laurens’ levels of historical accuracy and seriousness. The magic was weird, too much time with her being captured and recaptured.

The Valcourt Heiress is delightful combination of historical fiction, fantasy and suspense. While this was not a terrible book, it was a bit slow in many parts. Sad but true, I had such high hopes of her return to history. He comes home to find that his home has been ransacked, the majority of valcourt heiress people murdered. Basically, heires book was a waste of my time and really tarnished my view of Coulter This book was SO disappointing.

One of the things I really liked was the continuing intrigue the Black Demon provided. So as valcourt heiress work of escapism it does it’s job and only occasionally so strains the suspension of disbelief to make one uncomfortable.