Lie Down in Roses

Lie Down in Roses The willful Lady Genevieve would do anything to save her beloved Edenby Castle even if she had to share the name and the bed of her most treacherous foe Lord Tristan They were born to be enemies and

  • Title: Lie Down in Roses
  • Author: Shannon Drake Heather Graham
  • ISBN: 9781420138207
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • The willful Lady Genevieve would do anything to save her beloved Edenby Castle even if she had to share the name and the bed of her most treacherous foe, Lord Tristan They were born to be enemies and destined to be lovers players in a perilous game of intrigue and passion where the price was one woman s innocence and the prize was one man s heart.

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    • Shannon Drake Heather Graham

      Heather Graham Pozzessereaka Heather Graham, Shannon DrakeHeather Graham was born on March 15, 1953 and grew up in Dade County, Florida, and attended the University of South Florida at Tampa, majoring in theater arts and touring Europe and parts of Asia and Africa as part of her studies After college, she acted in dinner theaters, modeled, waitressed, and tended bar She married Hershey Dennis Possezzere, and after the birth of her third child, she was determined to devote her efforts to her writing her dream She sold her first book in 1982.Today, this author s success is reflected not just by reader response and the over 20 million copies of her books in print, but in many other ways In addition to being a New York Times bestselling author, Heather has received numerous awards for her novels, including over 20 trade awards from magazines such as Romantic Times and Affaire de Coeur, bestseller awards from B Dalton, Waldenbooks, and BookRak, and several Reviewers Choice and People s Choice awards.Heather has appeared on Entertainment Tonight, Romantically Speaking, a TV talk show that aired nationwide on the Romance Classics cable channel, and CBS Sunday News She has been quoted in People and USA Today, been profiled in The Nation, and featured in Good Housekeeping Her books have been selections for the Doubleday Book Club and the Literary Guild She has been published across the world in than 15 languages and has published over 70 titles, including anthologies and short stories.Now, she had five children Somehow, this prolific author manages to juggle it all family, career, and marriage while reaching a level of success to which few can aspire.

    654 thoughts on “Lie Down in Roses

    • 3.5 Stars1485-In the time of The War Of the RosesTRISTAN de la TERE,and his friends are returning from London when they come upon unspeakable horror on the outskirts of Tristan's lands. Even though he gallops madly towards his castle,his wife and unborn child the worst that he fears awaits him upon his arrival. Was this Richard Duke of Gloucester's doing? All because Tristan had voiced a demand that the boys be shown? Proof that they weren't murdered by his hand? The loss of his beloved wife and [...]

    • I am being generous, I know, but Drake sucked me in middle way. I was rooting for this couple. There was a lot to be desired but some how the author kept me till the end. 3.5. Stop pulling her hair Tristan!

    • 4 and 1/2 stars – Great StorytellingHard to put down and very well written, as are all Heather Graham's stories, but this one has some disturbing elements. Set in the 15th century England during the time of the War of the Roses (when Richard III and Henry Tudor compete for the throne), this is the story of Lady Genevieve whose family seat is Edenby Castle, a lovely place on the English coast. When Lord Tristan, nobleman and knight loyal to Henry Tudor, asks for her father to feed his knights a [...]

    • I really loved this book. I had been looking for something to get lost in and decided to try to pick a book that I already own from my dtb tbr. I looked at several but I knew this was the one when I picked it up. Boy I'm glad I did, it kept me in the world of Knights and Lady's and I didn't have to think about a mystery leak in my foundation or that on Monday a company is going to come and tear up my floors that I put in only 3 years agogg I'm thinking about it agian! Time to get on with this re [...]

    • Un libro bien escrito y tan entretenido que te mantiene en sus páginas hasta que lo terminas. Bien ambientado, usando de telón de fondo la Guerra de las Dos Rosas, entre los York y los Lancaster, enfrentamiento que por supuesto marca el antagonismo de los dos personajes principales.Pero lo que más me gustó fue la habilidad de la autora para, en una forma muy pausada y casi sin que el lector lo advierta, dar vuelta los sentimientos de Tristán y Geneviève, transformando un odio incondicional [...]

    • I LOVE THIS BOOK! I re-read it all the time!! Full of misunderstandings at the beginning. Hero finds it difficult to deal with the fact that he is in love with the heroine, and shows it very poorly for a long time but of course he comes around and everything is all good!

    • Historical romance people if you don't like sexism physical abuse and non consensual sex don't read these book. This has elements of all this it in. Not great but not bad.

    • I am not sure that I really enjoyed this book. The hero is a complete bastard until damn near the end of the book.

    • I (mostly) really liked Tristan and Genevieve, and the plot moves along at a great pace. There's action, romance, intrigue, a little history, it's basically a story that would normally get 5 stars and a ton of praise from me.Alas, there are a couple of instances when what Tristan does to Genevieve is straight up rape and I had a really hard time getting over that. Was I supposed to excuse it because he was getting his revenge and she ended up enjoying it? I couldn't.It's a testament to how great [...]

    • okuyabilmem epey zamanımı aldı ilk başta tristanın eşinin ve doğmamış coğunun katledilmesi çok üzdü beni sonra genevieve ile buluşması çok konu gitti geldi tam şu oldu derken değişik şeyler oldu sonunda güzeldi

    • I received this book from net galley for an honest review. Thank you!!This novel was an enjoyable read and better than I expected it to be. The author weaves an interesting tale filled with romance, betrayals, action, and other themes that keep you entranced. Lady Genevieve appears as a strong character due to her upbringing and is extremely stubborn. She is to be married to a nice man, but when her father denies Tristan de la Tera into his home, it sets off a chain of effects that will challeng [...]

    • Publisher's Description:“A MASTER STORYTELLER.”--RT Book Reviews The willful and beautiful Lady Genevieve would do anything to save her beloved Edenby Castle. . . even if she had to share the name—and bed--of her most treacherous foe . . . He was Lord Tristan, nobleman and knight. Magnificent in battle, he would lead his invading army across the land, only to become captive to the sensual charms of the bold enchantress who was secretly plotting his destruction . . . They were born to be en [...]

    • Lie Down in Roses is a historical romance that beautifully blends history and fiction together. Lord Tristan de la Tere is the second son in the family with no hopes to inherit the family's vast holding. This doesn't bother him as he is quiet content in his role working for the King. When the crown is embroiled in turmoil and the country is at war with finding the rightful heir to the throne, Tristan's ties to the crown becomes strained and eventually severed. Years later on the opposing side, T [...]

    • I had a hard time deciding whether I like this book or not. I've already read several books by the author that I've really enjoyed. Heather Graham has a very unique style that I love and her characters are always interesting, complex and intense. All of these things apply to "Lie Down in Roses" as well but.I simply hated the way the hero treated the heroine and no matter how good it felt in the end and how much they came to care for each other, I also hated that the hero forced the heroine to sl [...]

    • Lord Tristan, nobleman and knight who two years ago arrived home to find his castle had been attacked and his wife and unborn son murdered. He blames King Richard for this treachery against him since he asked for proof the young Princes were still alive. He joins in Henry’s right to the throne. Lady Genevieve father died in the battle and he made her swear to never surrender. She has had enough of fighting watching her people die and offers Tristian Edenby Castle and her surrender. Lady Genevi [...]

    • GENEVIEVE LIEWELLYN watches in horror as the conquerers led by Tristan de la Tere take over her home. Her father, beloved and so many others have died in the siege. She is now treated as a spoils of war by Tristan, who has suffered an unimaginable tragedy years earlier which has turned him into an angry and bitter man. The plot is set for these two enemies and throughout the book, they wage a private war against each other. Tristan steals her innocence and keeps her prisoner in her chamber to be [...]

    • I loved this novel, it was fantastic. It has war, revenge, betrayal, passion, and love all wrapped together in a suspensive and beautifully written novel. I am a sucker for a good romance and I couldn’t ask for a better read. It was fast paced and never once lost my attention. It even had some history of the time, just enough to inform the reader, but not enough to bore. I couldn’t put this book down.As for the characters, I love Genevieve, she is this fiery character that refuses to give up [...]

    • Review featured at books-n-kissesThis a re-release from Shannon Drake, the name Heather Graham used for her historical romance. The original story is from 1988.This was not one of my favorite books by Drake/Graham. It is a true “Bodice Ripper” as the saying goes. The Hero is cruel and heartless in my opinion. I never ended up liking him. The Heroine is just too weak. The story kept me interested but I am not sure why. I really just didn’t find myself liking much of anyone in this story.Dis [...]

    • There's a fine line between alpha and asshole, and this hero crossed it.I mean yes, fine, he's traumatized and feels betrayed and blah blah blah but sweet Jesus, man, what the actual hell?I literally lost count of how many people slapped the heroine. How many times the 'hero' slapped her, ffs. Or dragged her by the hair. Or raped her. Because if she's kicking and screaming and telling you no, then it's rape even if she ends up having an orgasm. Sorry, bro, those are the rules. I don't understand [...]

    • There was a love hate relationship while reading this book. On one hand the story was so tragic that you just couldn't put it down. But on the other hand you couldn't help but feel anger at the abuse that was being dealt out in this book. For the time frame that the story is set in of course this treatment was a normal thing. All in all this was a great book that I will for sure be reading again.

    • I love a historical read that transport you back in time. Genevieve and Tristan are great characters, their story is filled with drama, suspense and steam. I was hooked from beginning to end. Great characters and an amazing story. Be advised this is a re-release so if it sounds familiar you may have read it before; however, I certainly would recommend a re-read.

    • Started out good. But totally not my type of book. I see no romance whatsoever in being held against your will. Even if you enjoy it does not mean it was not rape. No means NO.

    • Speechless!!I have read so many books from this author This is one of her best. I'm looking forward to the next book

    • This book could have worked, except that most of the characters were sooooo unreasonable. Tristan, our H, I liked. I also liked his second-in-command, Jon. Background set-up: Tristan is the second son of an earl that has supported Richard III (against Henry VII). However, the princes in the tower disappear and Tristan demands that Richard present the princes. On his way home from London, he returns to find his entire family and castle slaughtered. His father, his older brother, his brother's hei [...]

    • I liked it especially the beginning but as all bodice-rippers go it kind of dragged in the end so I had to skim through it. Its difficult to create a villainous hero and especially more difficult to make the reader like him. So most authors go to extraordinary measures to redeem him like in this case creating a stupid villain and putting everything on his shoulders including the murders of heroine's father and fiancee.The author is struggling to make the hero something of a decent man despite hi [...]

    • Genevieve is the most disgusting heroine.The book is quite well written, but the character of the heroine made me stop reading. Before this, I've never stopped reading just because I couldn't stand a character.

    • This book had some serious instances of domestic violence. There was a bit of romance, but the violence against the women stood out so much that I found it hard to believe that either Jon or Tristan loved Edwyna or Genevieve.

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