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    read Æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Tamara Leigh (The Unveiling Age of Faith #1) PDF READ è Tamara Leigh So something has been annoying me about this book and I MUST SPEAK There’s seriously some kind of anti textile bias going on here The heroine is a modern style warrior chick so pretty soon she collides with typical and totally reasonable medieval attitudes about women’s work And she’s likeflails WHERE DO I EVEN STARTueen Marg

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    read Æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Tamara Leigh (The Unveiling Age of Faith #1) PDF READ è Tamara Leigh I loved everything about this book As an author and editor I have a hard time these days finding a novel that will actually hold my interest This one kept me riveted I read it straight through in a day I loved tough scrappy Annyn and the book brimmed with excitement and energy I personally liked that it was a bit sexy for an inspirational novel but that it also had a lovely thread of forgiveness and redemption

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    (The Unveiling Age of Faith #1) PDF READ è Tamara Leigh This book took me by surprise for at least three reasons1 As a freebie on my expectations guided by experience were not very high Well I'm happy to say I was wrong From its highly atmospheric setting to a slow b

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    (The Unveiling Age of Faith #1) PDF READ è Tamara Leigh The Unveiling is another book for which I have somewhat mixed feelings Truthfully I did enjoy it in parts especially with the rich descriptions

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    read The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 (The Unveiling Age of Faith #1) PDF READ è Tamara Leigh The first book in Tamara Leigh's Age Of Faith series Lady Annyn Bretanne vows revenge on the man she believes is responsible for her brother's death She goes to Baron Wulfrith disguised as a boy waiting for the opp

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The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 review í E-book, or Kindle E-pub read The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 Mind to avenge her brother’s murder as God has not deemed it worthy to do Disguised as a suire she sets off to exact revenge on a man known only by his surname Wulfrith But when she holds his fate in her hands her will wavers and her heart whispers that her enemy may not be an enemy after allB The Unveiling is another book for which I have somewhat mixed feelings Truthfully I did enjoy it in parts especially with the rich descriptions of some of the settings like the fortress where Wulfrith s mother lives and the some of the period details did seem well done Also the historical backdrop allowed for tension and drama which could add to the story The first half may have been better before the unveiling with some interesting descriptions of military training though the second half had its moments As to the characters well the main ones were interesting with Wulfrith the strong commanding and aloof trainer of knights and the tomboyish Annyn intent on avenging her brother s death on the man she believed killed her brother Both seem well drawn and believable but I had one major issue with Wulfrith This was that though he was meant to be a man of intense faith and devotion prayed regularly and tried to behave with honour where his personal life was concerned he came across as a total lecher Other reviewers have referred to the mention of him having visited prostitutes but for me it was than that He seem totally preoccupied with women and unable to be keep his hands off Annyn if they were alone for than a few minutes or indeed his mind off her Also he didn t seem to think that visiting harlots was in any way contrary to his Christian convictions and his excuse for his snogging Annyn that he had been too long without a woman just made him seem all the worse Nor were his brothers much better as they liked to partake of such pursuits as him with harlots or common serving girls in the stables which nobody seemed to have a problem with I can understand that Mrs Leigh didn t want her characters to be perfect as that isn t realistic but I really don t think all the men have to be promiscuous Then again Annyn wasn t always entirely innocent either going from being afraid of Wulfrith touching her to snogging him and then slapping him when he wanted to stop at one point she even asks him to go all the way and fornicate with her which he would not do as he thought it was sinful but not to do so with prostitutes I understand that this novel was romance and I think their behavior was better at the end but do characters in romantic fiction have to be totally consumed with passion and virtually unable to control themselves Although nothing immoral actually happened before their marriage the some of the scenes with Annyn and Wulfrith came across as being in bad taste or too much The only other issues I had were that whilst the author clearly tried to make the language seem authentic there definitely seemed to be an influence of modern ideals especially on Annyn s part who didn t like sewing or womanly pursuits preferring sword fighting That worked sometimes but for a girl to step into the middle of the practice field when the men were busy and demand Wulfrith cross swords with her seemed a little unrealistic and clich d and really a woman doesn t have to be good with a sword to be strong She also generally thought it unfair that men didn t have to wear wedding rings or swear to serve and obey their wives in their wedding vows Something of an unrealistic expectation methinks Finally there was the way the characters kept referring to Annyn s brother s death as having happened at Lincolnshire which seemed a little odd geographically Normally one would say something happened or a person who saw it was at a specific town city or other place but Lincolnshire in none of these it is a county and a reasonably large one at that Thus to say someone was at Lincolnshire doesn t entirely makes sense and English person might be left thinking yes but where in Lincolnshire Overall The Unveiling is a good story and seems uite well researched but I think it could have been better done especially where the romantic content was concerned

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The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 review í E-book, or Kindle E-pub read The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 Aron Wulfrith renowned trainer of knights allows no women within his walls for the distraction they breed What he never expects is that the impetuous young man sent to train under him is a woman who seeks his death nor that her unveiling will test his faith and distract the warrior from his purpo 4 starsI wanted a castle romance I got a castle romance RTC

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The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 review í E-book, or Kindle E-pub read The Unveiling Age of Faith #1 12th century England Two men vie for the throne King Stephen the usurper and young Duke Henry the rightful heir Amid civil and private wars alliances are formed loyalties are betrayed families are divided and marriages are madeFor four years Lady Annyn Bretanne has trained at arms with one end in I loved everything about this book As an author and editor I have a hard time these days finding a novel that will actually hold my interest This one kept me riveted I read it straight through in a day I loved tough scrappy Annyn and the book brimmed with excitement and energy I personally liked that it was a bit sexy for an inspirational novel but that it also had a lovely thread of forgiveness and redemption woven throughout I also found the author s historical research to be very accurate For those who love the energy of secular romance novels but would prefer something cleaner this one should make you as happy as it made me

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  • The Unveiling Age of Faith #1
  • Tamara Leigh
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  • 05 August 2020
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