Fulk the Reluctant (Harlequin Historical, #713)

Fulk the Reluctant (Harlequin Historical, #713)

Elaine Knighton / Sep 16, 2019

Fulk the Reluctant Harlequin Historical Fulk de Galliard was sore dismayed A man of dark secrets and dangerous prowess he was unfit to be any noblewoman s spouse even such a one as Jehanne of Windermere who lived by her own knightly code

  • Title: Fulk the Reluctant (Harlequin Historical, #713)
  • Author: Elaine Knighton
  • ISBN: 9780373293131
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fulk de Galliard was sore dismayed A man of dark secrets and dangerous prowess, he was unfit to be any noblewoman s spouse, even such a one as Jehanne of Windermere, who lived by her own knightly code But now that the ambitions of a duplicitous earl had forced them into a betrothal, would this Iron Maiden be tempered by his touch Sir Fulk had been the subject of many a fFulk de Galliard was sore dismayed A man of dark secrets and dangerous prowess, he was unfit to be any noblewoman s spouse, even such a one as Jehanne of Windermere, who lived by her own knightly code But now that the ambitions of a duplicitous earl had forced them into a betrothal, would this Iron Maiden be tempered by his touch Sir Fulk had been the subject of many a fearsome rumor, Jehanne recalled Now this enigmatic, overwhelming knight would be master of her keep by strength of royal commandd keeper of her heart by virtue of her own unchecked desire

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        Elaine Knighton grew up in California, riding her horse over the windswept hills and reading everything she could get her hands on Her desire for spiritual wisdom fuels her every endeavor In addition to writing, she paints, plays Celtic fiddle, and rides her Triumph Bonneville all over the Pacific Northwest and beyond Her award winning books have 6 foreign editions and have been translated into Japanese, French, Italian, and Portuguese.


    236 Comments

    1. during my looong loong indentured servitude at the book factory, i have witnessed the discovery of many ridiculous and shudder-fun booksnnor discovered frinklesd frinkles 2.i discovered zombonauts and a hand in the bushwho remembers who discovered big spankable asses??and greg. well, years ago greg found thisd we all had a laugh over it. we naturally assumed the title was a reference to what the male lead character did, he would um fulk reluctant ladies. (yes, we were essentially laughing at a r [...]


    2. Did you hear about how Pac Man was almost named Puck Man, but they decided not to because Puck can so easily be mistaken for another word? Yeah, I think something like that was happening with Fu*k the Reluctant. Elaine Knighton was trying to bring back the laughter that the video game gods had taken away. For teh children. The story itself isn’t really a knee slapper, but it’s about characters named Fu*k, the Iron Maiden, and the Hurler, so that makes up for a lot. Ironically, the Hurler doe [...]


    3. So my GRF Elizabeth writes in her review (seehere) about problems with reading with feeling.It doesn't work with this book. It really doesn't. There are soooo many questions that one has to ask. So many important questions that reading with feeling goes out the window.Like, would you really want to temper an Iron maiden with your touch? Wouldn't it be rather painful? Wouldn't it have a vagina dentia? Wouldn't that be like getting gelded? Wouldn't it be simpler to take a big ole fire and shove th [...]


    4. I don't know whether I will ever get the chance to read this book, but I'd be prepared to spend good money on a t-shirt with "Fulk the Reluctant" on it around election time. As a political slogan, it's a bit snappier than "Fry the Lily-Livered" or "Loathe the Loath" or "Why Defer to the Hesitant?".


    5. This book was recommended to you by Kat: “I can't even get through the blurb without bursting out laughing and then going cross-eyed. ”Sounds like a wonderfully romantic buddy read.:)Fuck the Reluctant!


    6. Jehanne would have been the perfect knight, had she been born male. She did all she could to be the son her father had wanted her to be.Fulk de Galliard was loved by all the woman who met him. After he unfairly lost a contest he lost all to Grimald. The Earl had been rejected by Jehanne so he sent Fulk to kill her father and marry her so he could be the owner of her lands. Fulk had seen her once before and although beautiful he thought her to be out of her mind.Through many trials to win the one [...]


    7. First impressions: Yes, four stars. I KNOW. The only snark-worthy thing about this book was the title. It may be that I'm just reacting to the two underwhelming medievals I read before this one, but this one worked for me.



    8. Review coming soon; it's a definite must-read, if I can stop laughing at the fit of vapors slithering across this book's reviews. :]



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