[Epub] ❧ The Baron's Quest ➛ Elizabeth Rose – Loufanet.info

The Baron's Quest Nicholas Vaughn Is Lord Of New Romney And Also A Baron Of The Cinque Ports He Directs A Fleet Of Ships That Service The King Days A Year In Exchange For Special Privileges When Muriel Draper Causes Havoc On His Wharf, He Realizes She Is A Spinster A Woman Who Spins Wool For A Living From The Town Her Late Father Has Angered The Clothmaker S Guild And Now Muriel And Her Brother Have Been Excommunicated From The Guild And Also Left With A Debt To The Baron That He Insists Muriel Repays She Can Either Give The Baron Her Deceased Mother S Wedding Ring The Only Memory Of Her Parents She Has Left Or She Can Live With Him At His Manor House And Be His Personal Clothier To Pay Back The Debt Can A Merchant S Daughter And A Baron Of The Cinque Ports Find A Safe Harbor With The Passion For Each Other That Burns Between Them, Or Will Title And Status Sink That Ship Before It S Even Sailed Watch For The Baron S Bounty Book , And The Baron S Destiny Book Coming Soon


10 thoughts on “The Baron's Quest

  1. says:

    DNF 48%. I have no idea what this author was thinking but she made it almost impossible to like Nicholas or Muriel They both had the attitude that they were better than everyone else, he even had her sleep on the floor at the foot of his bed Yeah, that s real romantic She has nothing on and


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well I gave it 3 stars because I found the unusual background interesting The Cinque ports in the 12th century was a period I was not at all familiar without However the to stupid to live heroine left me cold fro


  3. says:

    Story took place in England 1285 Nicholas, a powerful baron met 18 YO Muriel spinster spun cloth and weaver Her brother Isaac, 5 years her junior, also was a trained weaver The Guild terminated Muriel s cloth merchant father, as a member dad died mysteriously He died in debt to the hero, arre


  4. says:

    The Baron s Quest is the first book in the Barons of the Cinque Ports by Elizabeth Rose.Muriel Draper finds herself desperate for money after her father is murdered leaving her with much debt She is a spinster, she spins wool for a living Her younger brother is a weaver She goes against the ru


  5. says:

    When you think of a spinster, it does not come to mind that it could also be a woman who spins wool for a living But that is exactly what Muriel Daper does Unfortunately there is a Clothmaker s Guild that regulates and due to her late father making them angry, she and her brother have little op


  6. says:

    3.5 StarsTook me a long time to warm up to the hero and heroine, but this did have a great ending


  7. says:

    See, the thing is that I respect the author She put in the work that many people wouldn t and managed to actually finish her vision Now time for some constructive feedback.The problem with the work is that it s just not got anything redeeming Isaac is briefly likeable, but the main characters are


  8. says:

    First in a Series.Nicholas Vaughn, Lord of New Romney and Baron of the Cinque Ports is convinced that he and the King are being cheated out of taxes but he cannot work out who the perpetrators are The last thing he needs is to develop a fascination for a merchant s daughter who is behind on paying


  9. says:

    This book gives a great inside of life in 13th century England The description of life on the docks was so vivid I could almost smell the stale ale and the rotten fish I also enjoyed learning the way guilds worked But the best part was the detailed description of spinning and weaving The story itse


  10. says:

    I just love reading Elizabeth Rose s historical romances This is a wonderful story of two unlikely people in unusual circumstances.This was an interesting and entertaining reading experience Not only is there a love story, humor and mystery there s also the historical information about the Cinque Po


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