Book Love (10) This Is All I Ask

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This Is All I AskGillian of Warewick knows no other treatment than the terrible physical and mental abuse issued by her father. When he arranges a match for Gillian with Christopher of Blackmour, she is fearful: Blackmour is rumored to be an evil sorcerer. When Gillian meets him, he proves to be far more of a man than her father is, yet he is unwilling to be a lover to Gillian. She finds that Blackmour has as many psychological scars to heal as she has physical scars.

 

Why This Is All I Ask? 

Out of all the romances that I have read over the years….this is by far still on the top of my favorites. In my mind this is one of the best works Lynn Kurland has ever written. I love everything about this story. This is a story about two people that are scarred. The hero was blinded when his wife betrayed him. Our heroine, has been severely abused by her father. They end up married to each other. At first many misunderstandings occur. Gillian is terrified and Christopher is still full of anger and frustration. But then there comes a turning point in the story, where Christopher realizes the hell that Gillian has lived. Gillian then seeks to win her husband over and thus begins a emotional roller coaster of a romance that still leaves a smile on my face. Heartwarming and poignant and a must read for romance lovers.

10 thoughts on “Book Love (10) This Is All I Ask

  1. This seems like quite an emotional read. I’ve not read anything from Kurland but I’ll be sure to add her to my tbr list. 🙂

  2. This sounds like an intense and emotional read with how both characters are scarred. That must be awesome to see them have misunderstandings first and then slowly grow closer and understand each other. I like seeing turning points like that in a book.

  3. I can see why you picked this one. I just read my first book by her and was only so-so, but I’m told her older ones are the best. I’ll have to keep this one in mind. Love how they both have scars of sorts and can help each other heal.

  4. I haven’t read many of her books, but I did enjoy those I did read. Not sure if I have picked this one up though.

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