Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Review: Tapestry of Dreams by Roberta Gellis

A maiden who will not marry

For the lovely Lady Audris, taking a husband would mean losing her home. She is content to concentrate on her special gift, weaving gorgeous tapestries that often contain hints of the future. But nothing predicts the arrival of Hugh Licorne, confident in his strength and single-minded in his determination-to have her.

A battle-hardened knight who needs a bride

From the moment Hugh sets eyes on Lady Audris, he knows he has found the woman destined to be his wife. She's courageous and beautiful, delicate yet strong. But winning her trust and defending her from her enemies will be the greatest battle he has ever faced. description taken from here.

The book is a reprint and I am glad it is, otherwise o never would have discovered this book. I love historical romances as much as the next girl (ok maybe a bit more the next girl!).

I absolutely adore the plot! It one of those plots that is made for you, like it was taken out of your day-dreams (at least there from my day dreams).

The characters are good as well as the story; it was well written.  The book was entertaining. The ending, while it was adequate, was lacking in my opinion. Something sweeter would have been a bit better in my opinion.

Until Next Time,
Happy Reading!

**I was sent a copy of the book in order to write a real and honest review. I was not paid to write this review. All opinions are my own.**