No Sweeter Heaven A Clash of Cultures a Bond of Passion He was legend among the French handsome and mysterious loved by all but a man whose heart was known to none She was a legend among the British a wild and willful

  • Title: No Sweeter Heaven
  • Author: Katherine Kingsley
  • ISBN: 9780451403667
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A Clash of Cultures a Bond of Passion.He was legend among the French handsome and mysterious, loved by all but a man whose heart was known to none She was a legend among the British a wild and willful heiress and it was said neither her heart nor her hand would ever be claimed Pascal LaMartine and Elizabeth Bowes had nothing in common until the day she accidentally landeA Clash of Cultures a Bond of Passion.He was legend among the French handsome and mysterious, loved by all but a man whose heart was known to none She was a legend among the British a wild and willful heiress and it was said neither her heart nor her hand would ever be claimed Pascal LaMartine and Elizabeth Bowes had nothing in common until the day she accidentally landed at his feet and looked up into the face of a fallen angel.Destiny bought them together in a shattering conflict of fury and desire and destiny now threatened to tear them apart in the wake of betrayal and of a legacy they could not share Drawn into a dangerous battle of intrigue and wits, each discovered how strong passion was and how perilous it can be.

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    1. ++Spoilers++I really enjoyed this book. I had worried since it is an older book that the hero would falter and ruin it for me, but he didn't He was Saintly! I usually don't care for stories of forced marriages, but this one worked well for me because I think the "forced" idea was meant to seem as fate or the hand of God or however you want to see it. I always like the idea of fate or destiny moving people along to their life's purpose.Since I don't usually like to retell the story in my reviews, [...]

    2. Kingsley has written a remarkable novel mainly about spirituality, but the main theme is about trust and allowing love to "set you free". Pascal is a wonderful hero. He has a secret that boarders on the occult but it is positive because he helps things heal from people to plants and the one he helps heal the most is the heroine Lily. At first Lily comes across as a very spoiled child, very similiar to the character Kate from Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. Through a misunderstanding on Lily's [...]

    3. If you survive the first 76 pages with the annoying heroine, you thereafter actually get explanations for why she is like that and lots of lovely character interaction. Then of course the hero has to walk through a BIG MIS at the end, although the way he treats it is not AT ALL according to character. The idea an English duke would be Catholic at that time and simply marry only child to another Catholic who supposedly has compromised her, although the father is pretty sure that is not the case - [...]

    4. Lost souls, gardening, religion, love and miracles the perfect combination for me. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is the ending. I think she could have ended the book earlier and it would hae been better. One of the characters acted out of character at the end. It seems like the author just felt the need to wrap everything up which I personally don't think was necessary.

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