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!KINDLE ♶ The Wronged Wife ☢ After a year spent fighting for King Henry VIII, Lord Richard Morton returns to his Cornish home to find his wife with child Driven by grief and blind rage, he lashes out violently at her and leaves, taking his five year old daughter with him It is seven years before he learns his mistake, when his brother makes a death bed confession to raping Richard s wife Lord Morton knows he must return to Cornwall, must reunite his daughter with the mother she has not seen for seven years, but he dreads the encounter He expects no forgiveness for having torn their lives apart, but he is unprepared for what awaits him He learns he did far damage than he thought and when he finds his wife is studying the heretical and dangerous works of the religious reformer, Martin Luther, he fears he is too late to attempt to repair the damage He cannot risk having the illicit works under the same roof as his daughter, but she is so happy to be with her mother, he cannot bear to separate them again Years of heartache and resentment stand between them, but he will do anything to win her love and trust once It will be the greatest battle of his life A , word novel set in sixteenth century England Rethinking Positive Thinking Lord Richard Morton returns to his Cornish home to find his wife with child Driven by grief and blind rage Das Herz der Harpyie he lashes out violently at her and leaves Caleb Morgan (Seven Brothers for McBride taking his five year old daughter with him It is seven years before he learns his mistake Warranty Data Collection and Analysis when his brother makes a death bed confession to raping Richard s wife Lord Morton knows he must return to Cornwall Generic Drug Product Development must reunite his daughter with the mother she has not seen for seven years Almost An Animal Alphabet but he dreads the encounter He expects no forgiveness for having torn their lives apart Patologjia speciale but he is unprepared for what awaits him He learns he did far damage than he thought and when he finds his wife is studying the heretical and dangerous works of the religious reformer 180 Martin Luther de Ellipseos Usu Lucianeo he fears he is too late to attempt to repair the damage He cannot risk having the illicit works under the same roof as his daughter Ludwig XIV but she is so happy to be with her mother Johannes Cabal The Necromancer he cannot bear to separate them again Years of heartache and resentment stand between them Unsichtbare Welten but he will do anything to win her love and trust once It will be the greatest battle of his life A Tragedi Bercy word novel set in sixteenth century England This was supposed to be during Henry VIII s time from what I understood but it didn t really feel like it I was really confused about the period, it kept going back and forth between various periods in my imagination But otherwise, not such a bad read. Interesting historical romanceIt was an interesting and quick read Much of the detail was very predictable and passed as any contemporary like love story between a couple I would have preferredhistorical commentary and detail of the time. Another great book by Margaret Brazear Has a good story line and characters are believable Also has a happy ending so you should like this book I m off to read another Brazear book now so try to keep up. 2.9 stars Ok review to follow, maybe. Truth TrustAfter years of blissful marriage, then going to a war for a year, Richards returns to find his wife pregnant Instead of asking her who and why she was in this state, he got furious, back handed her and slapped herthan he should Grabbed their 4 year old daughter and left Cornwall for his London home 7 years later his dying brother sends for him, his traitorous brother who was supposed to guard his wife while he was away Richard had no compulsion to see him until he discover Truth TrustAfter years of blissful marriage, then going to a war for a year, Richards returns to find his wife pregnant Instead of asking her who and why she was in this state, he got furious, back handed her and slapped herthan he should Grabbed their 4 year old daughter and left Cornwall for his London home 7 years later his dying brother sends for him, his traitorous brother who was supposed to guard his wife while he was away Richard had no compulsion to see him until he discovered a female was the person that inflicted the deathly knife wound upon him Curiosity got Richard to go, only to hear his brothers confession of his unwanted advances on Richards wife The brother being an arrogant Viscount was one of those type who believed women said no to advances, but really meant yes, so the Viscount must have raped a lot of women in his short life Richard even though he tried to hate his wife, he still loved her deeply He decides to return his daughter now 12 to her mother because the daughter is at an age that she needs female guidance During the course of his stay wife his wife he discoverers what he really put his wife through Guilt and Shame follow, some things are simply unforgivable Will the Love they have for each other heal the deep wounds of the past, of the mother not having her baby girl with her for the past 7 years, how can such a huge rift be breeched This is for you to read and discover A well written and intriguing story Where shall I start With the only good thing this book s language is easy to read but the content is tremendously repetitive, long, poor plot, unrealistic Dear Mrs Brazer, I m sure you can write a muchvaluable novel by renouncing to historical settings Inaccuracies are numerous on every single page, all characters and the plot itself is quite irrealistic The middle age ended in 1492 with America s discovery and this book s story supposedly occurred around 1540 Women were also fr Where shall I start With the only good thing this book s language is easy to read but the content is tremendously repetitive, long, poor plot, unrealistic Dear Mrs Brazer, I m sure you can write a muchvaluable novel by renouncing to historical settings Inaccuracies are numerous on every single page, all characters and the plot itself is quite irrealistic The middle age ended in 1492 with America s discovery and this book s story supposedly occurred around 1540 Women were also from a legal point of view a possession of their fathers or husbands Their main scope was bearing male heirs and bringing a decent dowry Violated women no matter who s fault were usually disowned, the marriage declared void and the husband would remarry Romantic and love outside hypocrite court poems were considered something for servants, slave of instincts and unable to serve their families as nobility is obliged to 16th century s men would not be preoccupied about their wife s feelings they had sufficient mistresses to have fun with MehI m giving it 2 stars because the premise seemed interesting, as were the first couple of chapters, but the author tends to be very long winded She ll go into a long rant about a certain subject, then break for a brief sentence or two of dialogue, then rant about the same subject from before as if it never happened Not terrible, but definitely not great. Lord and Lady Morton, a couple very much in love at the court of Henry VIII Nothing could shatter their happiness, except betrayal.Did Lady Morton share her bed with her own brother in law, while her husband served the King on the battlefield Lord Morton is sure of this Upset and jealous, he decides to lock his wife away in his Cornish estate, separating his daughter from her wicked mother.After several years, he ll understand that nothing is as it seems He has a lot to be forgiven by his wi Lord and Lady Morton, a couple very much in love at the court of Henry VIII Nothing could shatter their happiness, except betrayal.Did Lady Morton share her bed with her own brother in law, while her husband served the King on the battlefield Lord Morton is sure of this Upset and jealous, he decides to lock his wife away in his Cornish estate, separating his daughter from her wicked mother.After several years, he ll understand that nothing is as it seems He has a lot to be forgiven by his wife his pride and his lack of trust in his adoring wife The psychological side of this novella I appreciated very much How a married couple faces a crisis in trust and understanding through different phases there is a time for accusations, a time for listening and a time for making things settle Unfortunately, the historical side was superficial and not very accurate