No Gentle Love

No Gentle Love

Rebecca Brandewyne / Apr 06, 2020

No Gentle Love The tale of Morgana who is the object of desire for numerous men the cousins who want to win her hand in marriage for monetary gain only the madman that she has to murder in order to escape from him

  • Title: No Gentle Love
  • Author: Rebecca Brandewyne
  • ISBN: 9780505524706
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The tale of Morgana, who is the object of desire for numerous men the cousins who want to win her hand in marriage, for monetary gain only the madman that she has to murder in order to escape from him and the domineering Rian McShane.

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      • Rebecca Brandewyne

        Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, Rebecca lived in Knoxville and then, later, Chattanooga for the first few years of her life After that, she and her family moved to Kansas, where she grew up, spending her summers in Alabama, visiting both sets of her grandparents She says she s just a country girl with a dash of big city sprinkled in for spice But having traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Caribbean, she moves easily between the publishing world of New York and her hometown.Rebecca graduated cum laude with departmental honors from Wichita State University, earning a B.A in journalism, minors in history and music theory and composition , and an M.A in communications mass broadcasting and interpersonal dyadic relationships During the course of her education, she was fortunate enough to study at various times under, among several other distinguished instructors, three Pulitzer Prize winning journalists and one of the foremost authorities in the field of interpersonal communication Twice a recipient of the Victor Murdock Scholarship, Rebecca taught interpersonal communication at the university level before becoming a published writer.She was twenty one when she started work on her first novel, No Gentle Love She finished the book a year later and sold it to Warner Books some months after her twenty third birthday, making her, at that time, the youngest romance author in America, a record that stood for ten years before finally being broken To date, Rebecca has written over thirty consecutive bestselling titles, including novels and novellas on the following lists New York Times, Publishers Weekly, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Magazine Bookseller, Ingram, B Dalton, and Waldenbooks, among many others.Her books have been translated into a number of foreign languages, including Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish and they have been published in over sixty countries worldwide Many have been selections of the Doubleday Book Club and Literary Guild Hardback editions of several titles have been published by Severn House, and large print editions of some books are also available from Macmillan Library Reference and Thorndike Press Rebecca currently has millions of books in print in the United States alone.From Affaire de Coeur magazine, she has won the Classic Award for Classic Romances, for Love, Cherish Me, 1990 the Golden Quill Award for Best of the 80s Historical Romances, for Love, Cherish Me, 1990 the Bronze Pen Wholesalers Choice Award, 1989 the Silver Pen Readers Choice Award, 1988, 1987, and 1986 and a Gold Certificate for The Outlaw Hearts, 1987.From Romantic Times magazine, she has won the Reviewer s Choice Nominee for Best Historical Romantic Mystery, for The Ninefold Key, 2004 the Reviewer s Choice Certificate of Excellence for Victorian Historical Romance, for The Jacaranda Tree, 1995 the KISS Knight in Shining Silver of the Month for Best Hero, for The Jacaranda Tree, 1995, and for Swan Road, 1994 the Career Achievement Award for Futuristic Romance, 1991, for Passion Moon Rising and Beyond the Starlit Frost the Reviewer s Choice Award for Best Historical Gothic, for Across a Starlit Sea, 1989, and for Upon a Moon Dark Moor, 1988 the Historical Romance Novelist of the Year Award, 1987 and the Reviewer s Choice Award for Best Western Romance, for The Outlaw Hearts, 1986 Rebecca has also been named one of Love s Leading Ladies and inducted into Romantic Times magazine s Hall of Fameandewyne castle gall


    1. I don't know why Rebecca Brandewyne wrote this book because it was very obvious after the first 10 pages that she really didn't give a damn about plot, character development or accuracy. The main characters go through a number of personality changes. They are also the most well travelled historical romance couple you will come across. Brandewyne tries everything with this book; forced marriage, attemped rape, miscarriage, rapid deaths(to get rid of inconvenient characters), amnesia, continuous r [...]

    2. I started this book liking it a lot and anticipating a very good read. It wasn't so. I'll just shortly say the sex scenes were very hot and evrything but I never really felt that bond of love between the protagonists and hated them sometimes for their really appalling actions and motives! No great, disturbing past was revealed as cause of their equally disturbing decisions, and it felt like the book dragged on and on and on and there were so many situations and chances when h and H could have ch [...]

    3. After reading this book I find myself at a loss as to what to say. I just don't feel the love or really get this relationship. I guess I have a hard time when these characters act abominably towards each other and then at the end of the book say that they have just realized that they have always loved the other since the "first time. ever I saw your face". Like Seth Meyers on SNL says, "REALLY"!

    4. No doubt it's a true BR. Although there was age difference in H &h. It was one of the novel in which the h was not in her teens. In whole story they argued a lot, separated from each other, had their best & worst moments. But, at the end they realized their love for each other. The ending was not rushed up like other novels. I like the writing style of authorRebecca Brandewyne & will try her other novels too.

    5. I had a hard time putting this book downIt's a bit dated; the leading man is rough and at times very cruel towards his lady in the fashion of the uber-alpha romantic leads of the early 80's. If forced seduction and scenes of abuse upset you or are triggers, I recommend steering clear of this book. Readers who can approach the book with an understanding of the audience for which it was originally intended may very well enjoy it as much as I did. This is a lengthy book,(589 pages)and the story spa [...]

    6. I love this book! it is not for everyone though and is a true bodice ripper. The hero is a real bad boy and does smack our leading lady around a bit.

    7. Nothing to say really except that I recommend this book to no one. My first novel by Rebecca Brandewyne and most definitely my last.

    8. De lo peor que he leidoHice mi mayor esfuerzo por terminarlo pero solo llegué a la mitadTenía pinta de ser un buen libro o por lo menos, algo regular, pero es una completa decepcion!Harta la mención constante de "violacion", el berrinche del protagonista, de pegar a la chica cada que se le antoja, de tomarla a la fuerza siempre y que ella lo califique como violacion cuando resulta que tiene sentimientos por él.Trillada, innecesaria, quisieron meter muchas cosas en una sola historia y eso que [...]

    9. In the middle, I feel like I want to throw it away. But I keep continue reading it because I kind a like the adventure. I just don't like the lady keep being stupid with the emigree and the maharajah. ugh!!!!

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