The Mercenary's Bride

The Mercenary s Bride Brice Fitzwilliam is finally paid his due awarded the title and lands of Thaxted the warrior waits to claim his promised virgin bride But Gillian of Thaxted will be no man s prize She will not submit

  • Title: The Mercenary's Bride
  • Author: Terri Brisbin
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  • Page: 374
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  • Brice Fitzwilliam is finally paid his due awarded the title and lands of Thaxted, the warrior waits to claim his promised virgin bride But Gillian of Thaxted will be no man s prize She will not submit to the conquering knight s powerful physique, dark, piercing eyes or the bold way his arm drapes protectively over her at night.Brice thought he would pleasure his new wifBrice Fitzwilliam is finally paid his due awarded the title and lands of Thaxted, the warrior waits to claim his promised virgin bride But Gillian of Thaxted will be no man s prize She will not submit to the conquering knight s powerful physique, dark, piercing eyes or the bold way his arm drapes protectively over her at night.Brice thought he would pleasure his new wife out of duty but it s become a nightly pleasure of his own Now he risks exposing a chink in his armor if he succumbs totally to his new bride.

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    1. Terri Brisbin

      Terri Brisbin is a USA TODAY Bestselling author and three time RWA RITA finalist, and has had her historical and paranormal romances published in than 20 languages and 25 countries around the world since 1998 She s written than 45 novels, novellas and short stories for Berkley Jove, Harlequin, Kensington Books, NAL Signet and SMP Swerve Terri has also self published her backlist books When not living the glamorous life of a romance author in the southern NJ suburbs, Terri spends her time being a married mom and grandmom as well as a dental hygienist to hundreds while plotting and planning future stories For info than you could possibly want or need to know visit her website terribrisbin.

    364 thoughts on “The Mercenary's Bride”

    1. The Mercenary's Bride, in the Knights of Breton series, is related to The Conqueror's Lady. As always Terri Brisbin can be counted on for a "good" read, but this one is not necessarily a great read. In previous books I've read by her, and in this book, the underlying theme is trust. She uses this in quite a few of her books, and to be honest I hope she moves on from this as its getting to be a bit old. Brice is a new Baron after William on Normandy conquers England in 1066. He's given a barony a [...]


    2. Hot historical romance story. Very hot, with explicit sexy scenes and romantic at the same time. Love, awesome sex, romance, historical, and it's part of series, what's more to ask?


    3. I just didn't find the book very interesting. It started out ok, then it just kind of fizzled out. I didn't really believe that they loved each other so much, when all they'd shared was a bed. Several times throughout the book, the author wrote how the same thing happened to so-and-so (referencing the first book in the Knights of Brittany series). The same plot elements are being used again and again later and yet again later. I understand making the statement once, to establish a connection bet [...]


    4. Set in 1066-1067 England, I really enjoyed reading this story. Though Brice is an alpha male, his character had a sensitive and tender side to him which was brought out nicely and with a great pace as the story evolved. Gillian was nicely portrayed as a strong, independent woman instead of a simpering, whimpering female, as so often happens with some of the historical romances. Good entertainment!


    5. I really like these books. They are fun for me to read, always enjoyed historical fiction and period pieces and though, this is not my particular favorite history period and I am not crazy about reading anything war related, I find the violence is justified as it was the way people lived in those days. Their lives are filled with the passion driven out of the intensity with which they fight and love.



    6. My Favorite of the TrilogyI absolutely loved this book! It's the second in Ms. Brisbin's "The Knights of Brittany" trilogy. I haven't read book one of the trilogy as yet, but didn't feel as though I was missing anything by reading this book first. It's the first novel by Ms. Brisbin that I've read, but by no means will it be the last! As a matter of fact, as soon as I finished this one I went straight into book three, His Enemy's Daughter, which I loved just as much as I did this one. FYI, book [...]


    7. This was better than the second book. the pacing was much better as the development of their relationship was so clearly and understandably portraited.I liked that Brice developed back to the person he was at the beginning of the second book - you could the strain fo Giles experiences and his waiting for his keep. Although I am not sure I like him more than Giles, as Giles was a great hero.I liked Gilian as well and she was a great character. I liked that she decided to trust Brice when she disc [...]


    8. I wish I could give this one three and a half stars. With a bit more polish it would have merited four stars for sure. I just can't stand when the author reminds me of the same information repeatedly, particularly when it's part of a series. There's no excuse for reiterating the fact that there are two other "beautiful bastards" for at least the third time two thirds of the way through the second book in the series. Other than that annoyance, the tale was a light, fairly fun read. It also packed [...]


    9. I have read a few Terri Brisbin romances and this is one of my favourites. Quick and easy to read. I really liked Brice and Gillian and felt the love growing between them. I love reading a romance set in this time period. Set in 1066 William of Normandy has just taken the throne of England. Brice is a Norman and Gillian is a Saxon. Brice has just been awarded, regardless of his bastard birth, the holding and lands of Thaxted and as Gillian is the lady of Thaxted, he has also been given her hand [...]


    10. I decided to read this book because I really like Terri Brisbin's work and I really wanted to discover this one.Honestly, I was disappointed really soon because there were too many sensual scenes or at least, it seems that it was the only matter of the bookI tried to continue, hoping that somehow the book would be betterWell, I let it down before the middle of the story I like reading love story but not one where nothing happens except for sex or for the characters to think of nothing else than [...]


    11. I got a bunch of Terri Brisbin's books, because I saw the cover of this one, The Mercenary’s Bride, and thought it was just gorgeous. (Yes, I totally judged a book by its cover.) So I started, but I was so annoyed with the hero. SUCH A JERK. And he’s all with the expecting everything and lording it over the heroine, and so I was tempted to give up. But then on the “wedding night” the heroine totally tricked him (took advantage of him thinking she’s such a weakling) to totally THROW A S [...]


    12. Brisbin is an entertaining writer with a real flare for the times of the Norman Conquest. This is another lovely story, tracing the rise of the Normans who came for wealth, land, titles and glory, and the Saxons they encountered, married and then finally become part of. I loved Brice and Gillian, both were very well thought out and described. Their passion was well demonstrated and the plot interesting. The Saxon Oremund was such a horrid villain that he made the perfect contrast to the base-bor [...]


    13. Everytime you read Terri Brisbin you fall in love with her novels just a little more. She has a way of making the rest of the world dissapear while you follow the love story she's written. The alpha males, the strong women, and the twists and turns they take in discovering their love. Though this story isn't particularly special, what it does have is the quality that I've come to expect from Ms. Brisbin. A good solid novel.


    14. I love this book with a passion.I mean, how often do you find a romance novel where you love both the hero and heroine?Him being strong, funny, and ridiculously romantic, and her being expressive and headstrong to a point where it isn't annoying.And the cover isn't raunchy and risqué. TAKE MY ADVICE AND READ THIS BOOK!I


    15. i am so happy because i was able to find and buy it. thanks to book sale. hehe:) one more to go and i will be completing terri brisbin's bastard knight series na. so happy :):):) its a good read i love their story ♥ brice ♥ gillian ♥


    16. A land grant from William the Conqueror turns over a castle and the defeated lord's daughter to a conquering bastard knight. He catches up with the lord's daughter as she tries to escape to a convent. Learning to trust is a big theme of this book, surrounded by adventure and great sex.




    17. Not big on the whole medieval historicals I know too much about their lack of hygiene and horrible diet. Quick read if this is your cup of tea.





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