Insatiable will keep you up reading way past when you thought you would stop. Maggie isn't afraid to tell Cat when she is wrong or being too full of herself. Married, happy ending, and now we need a drink. With each mile, his premonition of trouble grew stronger. When she meets Patrick Hepburn, who's visiting the court aft New York Times bestselling author Virginia Henley weaves an enchanting tale of passion and intrigue in England's Golden Age-where a woman's reckless search for adventure leads her to the man destined to claim her.
With the back drop of Queen Elizabeth's court and all of the intrigue that came with this time period, fans of historical romance will be well pleased. Not that it's bad, but can't she hold her breath, lose her breath, breath hard, breath raggedly, or can't her breath be stolen? Muy recomendable This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance Insatiable is a single title by Henley. The story overall was quite delicious and full of the depth I have been yearning for. Patrick Seton is the visiting Scottish noble who can admit to finding her exceptionally attractive, refuses to play at being a gentlemen to please this spoiled brat. It drolls on, so you can pretty much skip all that.
From Publishers Weekly: Take two headstrong protagonists with divergent backgrounds and throw in a dash of mysticism and some weighty historical events, and you get this meaty, occasionally overwritten romance set in Elizabethan England. Her characters are always vibrant and alive and Patrick and Catherine are no exception. If for any reason your order is not available to ship, you will not be charged. I would tell you the plot, but half the time I wasn't sure what the hell was going on. While visiting friends in Richmond, Patrick, still dressed like a Scottish Wildman and stinking of travel, decides to go hunting. However, they end up working together trying to prevent a conspiracy to dethrone Elizabeth and prevent James from following her; that teaming leads to better understanding of the other and soon love.
Henley might be put off by the strong-willed nature of Catherine. He has special psychic abilities, where he can see the future and he knows that he will marry her. I am alone baking for the first 3 hours so have some quiet time I did enjoy the narrator quite a b This review was originally posted on Insatiable is a single title by Henley. While he was gone, she took the opportunity to put her arms around Geordie. I love a story with rich emotion that pulls me immediately to the characters and the dramatic happenings of the plot.
All in all another great read by Virginia Henley I love Virigina Henley's historicals. Virginia Henley is a New York Times bestselling writer of historical novels. He shows her some enlightening views that help change her views from having lived in court all of her life. The hero was strong and smart. But when a feisty beauty piques his interest, James finds himself obsessed with learning more about her, and even contemplates making her his own. Maggie isn't afraid to tell Cat when she is wrong or being too full of herself.
It took forever for the book to pick up momentum, at about 100 pages into it I finally felt like things were getting interesting. Then, miraculously, she does a quick 180 and finally acts like herself around Patrick. She bothered me from beginning to end. Virginia Syddall was born on December 5, 1935 in England, where her father, Thomas Syddall, taught her to love history. But by then the main characters began to be overshadowed by the heroines multiple personality disorder. I love a story with rich emotion that pulls me immediately to the characters and the dramatic happenings of the plot. Cat is an impulsive, charming, beautiful lady of Queen Elizabeth's court, everyone adores her.
She turned into a grade A bitch whenever he was around and I couldn't stand it. I was less than impressed with this story and deeply disappointed. He definitely knows how to deal with Cat Spencer and I adored the unique ways he handles her. Also no epilogue, which I feel ties up romances quite nicely. We also see some positive fun moments for the main characters. I almost quit reading it several times, and for me that is really rare.
I started listening to it. These two have a bit of an angsty relationship in the beginning. Stop being fanciful, Hepburn—to love someone is to lose them. These two have a bit of an angsty relationship in the beginning. Catherine Seton Spencer, a young maiden of Queen Elizabeth's court, is cursed with impulsiveness.
Most of the time I felt she was childish, selfish, throws tantrums. It took me a couple of chapters to get used to Jill Tanners' narration style, something in the way she paused at the end of a sentence. When she meets Patrick Hepburn, who's visiting the court after a tour of duty patrolling the Scottish borderlands, Cat thinks he's an arrogant brute-and Patrick thinks Cat's a spoiled shrew. There were moments throughout the story I liked her, but it wasn't enough for the negative aspects to make me like her as I wanted to. He would not tel her about Jenny, because he didn't want to alarm her, nor have her feel guilt. What was most interesting about this story was the complex intricate details in the plot.
We also see some positive fun moments for the main characters. Took me almost a week, since I only listened for a couple hours while at work. He has special psychic abilities, where he can see the future and he knows that he will marry her. New York Times best-selling author Virginia Henley writes titillating romance novels. Now our hero was very delicious to read, because I loved him as the hero. There were multiple times that I thought she would begin to settle down from her high horse and trust in the man she claims to love but always believes in the worst of him.