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e-Book Lily Fair (Sonnet Books) download

by Kimberly Cates

ISBN: 0671028227
ISBN13: 978-0671028220
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket (November 1, 1999)
Category: Historical
Subategory: Love and Romance

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Rating: 4.1
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Lily Fair (Sonnet Books) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1999.

Lily Fair (Sonnet Books) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1999. by. Kimberly Cates (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. But just so her fans know, this story is a bit slower in developing, even though Cates' writing is as good as ever. As there is no date given, I cannot give a precise setting except to say it's early medieval Ireland.

Award-winning author Kimberly Cates opens a door to magic and legend with her emotional, vivid love stories.

this was a great book about a man tortured by his past. the hero is a tough tortured soul,who you instantly fall in love with. the herione is a nice sweet trusting soul. she sees the beauty in everything around her.

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Lily Fair (Sonnet Books). 0671028227 (ISBN13: 9780671028220). But just so her fans know, this story is a bit slower in developing, even though Cates’ writing is as good as ever. As there is no date given, I cannot give a precise setting except to say it’s early medieval Ireland. Now, she captures the spirit of medieval Ireland in this splendid new novel

Award-winning author Kimberly Cates opens a door to magic and legend with her emotional, vivid love stories. For his own protection, Crom sends her to be raised in a far-off convent.

Briar Rose by Kimberly Cates. An Original Publication of POCKET BOOKS. Rhiannon Fitzgerald never knew her true heritage-or if her talent for healing was bequeathed by fairy magic, as her father believed. The gentle lass who roamed the hills of Ireland knew only that she must help creatures in need. A Sonnet Book published by. POCKET BOOKS, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc. 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020. Pocket Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020. To my niece Alyssa Bush, who "would rather read than anything.

Kimberley Kates (born August 15, 1969) is an American actress and film producer. Kates grew up in Montana. Her biological father was killed by a drunk driver when she was a child. Kimberley was pre-med in College before winning a modeling contest which brought her back to Southern California. Kates has ten half and step brothers and sisters.

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Sent to recover Caitlyn of the Lillies for his chieftain, Crom, Niall of the Seven Betrayals has no idea the woman is Crom's long-lost daughter, and he refuses to carry out an additional order from his liege to kill the woman. Original.
Comments:
fr0mTheSkY
It seems logical a series would have some characters in common and be in chronological order, but this series is all over the place, as is the quality.

This book has a compelling conflict. Niall has been groomed to be loyal to his foster father, Conn, in all things and has been completing a series of quests so he can live down his real father's name. Niall thinks his last quest is to find Lily at the abbey and take her back to Conn, but he learns after he's met her that he is supposed to kill her instead. He can't because he's already starting to fall in love with her.

How will he be loyal to his foster father and Lily at the same time? I kept reading to find out. Unfortunately, the book slides into endless soul searching. Niall's thoughts run in repetitive circles for most of the book. He takes Lily to Daire, his family home, and time slows as he wrestles with his love for Lily, his doubts about his foster father and his guilt about disobeying him. Most of this is told to the reader, not shown in dialogue or anything else. I have to say that Niall takes longer than every other character (and the reader) to see the truth. I thought I was never going to get to the end of this book.

When Niall's friend arrives and tells him Conn is OK with his not having killed Lily, he doesn't even wonder how Conn knows. After all, he had sent a boy to Conn with a letter saying he had carried out the task of killing her. (The reader knows how Conn finds out, but Niall doesn't.) Near the end we're told Niall is thinking that the boy had obviously carried out his task in good faith--he still wasn't wondering how Conn knew he hadn't killed Lily when the letter the boy had carried said he had!

Anyway, we finally get to the end and get explanations about Conn and Niall's father and a death scene and near death scene with horrible (unnatural) dialogue.

There are quite a few typos.

DART-SKRIMER
I am a huge fan of Kimberly Cates and I have loved her Irish historical romances; most recently I gave 5 stars to NIGHTWYLDE. But just so her fans know, this story is a bit slower in developing, even though Cates' writing is as good as ever. As there is no date given, I cannot give a precise setting except to say it's early medieval Ireland.

While her mother was pregnant, a Druid made a prophecy that the child, Caitlin of the Lilies, would one day destroy their Irish chieftain, Crom the Ever Truthful. In a very human irony, Crom is anything but truthful. Though he wanted to destroy the babe, he did not because Caitlin's father was the powerful spear caster Fintan MacShane, endowed with fairy magic that made his every spear throw hit its target even though he was blind. Instead, Crom put the girl child into an abbey planning to kill her when she was grown.

Twenty years later, Niall of the Seven Betrayals, Crom's faithful warrior, is sent to remove the young woman from the abbey--and to kill her. Niall, who is aware of the prophecy, must choose between an oath made to the abbess to protect the young woman and following his king's order--the last test to restore his honor among his people.

Both Caitlin and Niall are in for some big surprises as Niall decides not to kill Caitlin but instead takes her to his family's estate, Castle Daire.

Cates, as always, paints a vivid picture of her characters. Caitlin, the innocent, becomes the brave young woman so like her father. And Niall discovers he really is like his father--faithful and true. The story is detailed and puts you deep in Ireland's past when the Christian faith and paganism coexisted.

Anicasalar
Enjoyed this book six of the series somewhat more than the others since the story-line took a slightly different twist than the previous five. The previous five were enjoyable though they all basically followed the same story some differences, different timing, different characters, but generally the same basic plots.

Fenrinos
This was a great read filled with romance and adventure. Niall is sent to retrieve and kill Caitlin from her convent but ends up falling in love with her instead. The characters are deep and three dimensional warring with a lifetime of emotions, but they end up bringing out the best in each other. I enjoyed seeing the changes in the H and h as well as the secondary characters of Fiona the sister and Aneira the mother. Great job!

Vivados
The story made me laugh, cry, want to clot Niall along side the head a time or two, feel Caitlin s joy. But their journey to HEA was worth the read. I'm not sure if the books in series are intertwined but I may have to check out the other books now. And Fiona needs her story.
And, spoiler, I really wish she could have gone back to convent to visit and share her happiness with the abbess. Worth the read!

Whitebinder
Loved this book. Lily was raised in a convent, awaiting the groom that her Irish chieftain Conn promised to send to her. Little did she know he was actually sent to kill her, as an old legend foretold that she would be the one to destroy Conn. Niall cannot bring himself to harm the young, innocent woman and they go on the run. I could not put this book down until it was finished!

Danial
This tale is for any Irisher to enjoy. I particularly loved the descriptions of the lush countryside and the tender love that blossomed between Niall and Caitlin. Thank you, Kimberly Cates, and keep writing.

Fun, easy read! Definitely recommend if you're looking for a simple, traditional historical romance.

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