The Beloved One. Series: The de Montforte Brothers Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html. First 20% Sample: epub mobi. "The bluest of blood, the boldest of hearts; the De Montforte Brothers will take your breath away." In her sensational and breathtaking romantic novel, The Wild One, author Danelle Harmon introduced readers to the first of the four unforgettable de Montforte brothers. The beloved one. byHarmon, Danelle. Publication date Be the first one to write a review. Borrows. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS.
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The Beloved One By Danelle Harmon - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. The Beloved One book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The bluest of blood; the noblest of hearts; the de Montforte broth. PDF - The Beloved One. The bluest of blood; the noblest of hearts; the de Montforte brothers will take your breath away. Meet Lord Charles "On the eve of .
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On to The Defiant One. I wish he stayed blind. Honestly, that would've hit home. If your going to go there, when it comes to tragedy, you can't just bounce him back to health just like that lol.
That is where i felt she rushed things had them married off the bat because everyone wanted them to. Also, I felt like amy's character was just too lame, she had no voice.
And for me, i felt like the only reason why Charles fell for her is because she nursed him to health. The author inputed in the books that at night she would read to him or have conversations that brought them more closer, but i want her to write those conversations. I want to see the connection and the chemistry between characters. I don't want to see them sympathizing each other because of self esteem issues.
I'm not going to lie, their tragedies brought them together, but it shouldn't only be just that. I like that the fact that there was a moment when he felt her face. That was a sweet moment that I ever won't forget. Maybe I'm being to harsh. It wasn't a bad read. I just didn't like how cliche it was. After reading The Wild One, which is the first in this series, I wondered how the author was going to surpass it, so as I began to read I was a bit skeptical.
Harmon more than met my high expectations with this one. Lord Charles is a tormented soul through much of the story, and the depth of emotion this author showed for him was so moving.
He's just one of the most romantic characters I've ever read about. This is truly a wonderful love story, but so much more. Amy was such a sweet character, After reading The Wild One, which is the first in this series, I wondered how the author was going to surpass it, so as I began to read I was a bit skeptical. Amy was such a sweet character, with all that she had gone through it's amazing that she was such a loving and kind character.
The time period for this book is the Georgian era, and Ms. Harmon painted a wonderful picture of this, from the clothing worn to the lifestyle of an aristocratic family. This was such a joy to read. I found it extremely hard to put down, so it's a good thing I had the day off. I highly recommend this book, and I can't wait to read the next one in the series.
Somebody call the wahmbulance, we've got an emergency. I have some sympathy for her as her upbringing was rather harsh, but I got over that real quick. I wasn't a fan of The Wild One either. Part of it is the writing style, as it's rushed and either anachronistic or trying too hard to emulate the period.
The other part of it is that th Somebody call the wahmbulance, we've got an emergency. The other part of it is that the wangst is so overdone.
I remember borrowing this series from my mother when it first came out, so I was pleasantly surprised to find this book at the library. It is as excellent as I remember it. Although you'd never know if from the cover! Watching their relationship unfold makes for a lovely romance. Highly recommend this de Montforte series by Danelle Harmon!!! The series gives us 4 alpha males to drool over. I've been reading out of order one more to go and recommend they be read in order.
Author connects the books and leaves you wanting to know what happens to the next brother and his story. If you like sexy alpha males then I recommend this series. Reviewed by Vikki for Romantic historical lovers http: I had to share this review comment because I totally, totally agree. Comment taken from site reviews: Practically perfect from start to finish, [it] keeps you on the edge of your seat as the plot twists and turns, and leaves you with a tear in your eye.
A wounded hero to die for, a heroine to admire, and a wonderful cast of secondar I had to share this review comment because I totally, totally agree. A wounded hero to die for, a heroine to admire, and a wonderful cast of secondary characters.
Who could ask for anything more? Harmon is a master at creating heroes that are handsome, brave, and loyal, but also flawed You might as well download them both [The Wild One and The Beloved One], barricade yourself into your home, and order a pizza.
A book to treasure. If you love it as much as I did, you'll be glad that there are still two more de Montforte brothers.
The Beloved One Author: Danelle Harmon Genre: Historical Romance Published By: Danelle Harmon, Story Setting: BYT00 About the Story: In this second installment of her breathtaking De Montforte Brothers series, critically acclaimed author Danelle Harmon introduces us to Englishman Lord Charles de Montforte, who awakens in the tender care of an American beauty after being wounded in battle. Amy Leighton has long wished for someone special to enter her life and take her away from a cruel, unloving step-family, but the handsome stranger is from an enemy land A era Cinderella story sure to enthrall!
This my friends has it all and bound up so splendidly. In her second book we learn what happened to Lord Charles as he goes off to Concord to crush the rebellion against England. His family was proud of him, but were devastated when they heard of this death. The boy, Will is his name, saw in Lord Charles the enemy yes, but he saw courage and loyalty when he saw him run after one of his soldiers to try to protect him.
He saw strength, honor, valor and compassion. Amy Leighton, half-sister to Mildred, Ophelia and Will Leighton, was treated very poorly by her two sisters and neglected by her step-father.
She waited on her sisters, cleaned the house, did their mending and washing and was verbally abused all the time. Her mother had had an affair with an Indian and she was the result. Luckily, after her mother died, her step-father let her continue to live in his house. Will was the only person in the house who was kind to her. He was her younger brother.
Amy felt that she should be treated this way. Who was she? When Will came back to the house after running off to do battle with the English, with a man he said was his friend and was injured in the battle, they took him in and called for the doctor. Amy had never seen such a gorgeous man. Lord Charles was close to dying. The doctor immediately saw the problem. He had a concussion and blood was pooling under the skull. The only way to relieve it was to drill a small hole in his skull to drain the blood.
She made me feel the emotion of his utter hopelessness when all his family seemingly had turned him away when he needed them most. He had totally lost his self-esteem and belief in himself. He was no longer The Beloved One. The story begins with a letter and ends with another. I value the thought the author put into the crafting of such a wonderfully potent emotional story. I also relished being in on the secret that was kept from both Amy and Lord Charles—a plan that Lucien, the duke, cooked up to free his brother of the fear of no longer able to act and make proper decisions—no longer perfect.
From beginning to end it kept me riveted to its pages. It was one of those books that if you have to stop to do something else, you get annoyed, because you positively have to get back to the story to find out what happens. I give it 10 thumbs up! Book 3 tells the story of Andrew, the youngest brother, otherwise known as The Defiant One. I know his story is coming. The greatest shall fall the hardest! That will be book 4. Discharging his musket and retreating behind a massive oak, Will reloaded, his hands shaking so badly that he spilled half his black powder down his leg.
He rammed the ball and wadding home, his nerves shot as all around him yelling minutemen rap past, diving behind rocks and trees to aim and fire and reload once more. Show yourselves and do battle like brave men, not skulking Indians! Tom narrowed his eyes and raised his musket. Will would remember it for the rest of his life: His body seeming to trip and somersault, rolling over and over in the just-greening grass before it slammed up against the granite wall that Will had just vacated.
Five feet from where the ensign lay screaming in agony, the captain pulled the animal up and leaped from the saddle. Ignoring the lead whining about him, he ran to the young soldier, lifted him in his arms and carried him back toward the fretting, wild-eyed horse.
Will stood transfixed. Never had he see such steely courage, such selfless devotion to a subordinate. He leaped out of hiding. And oh my God missed. The captain turned his cool, level stare on will, one pale, arched brow lifting with the sort of surprised annoyance that any well-seasoned warrior might show a colonial bumpkin trying to irritate the finest army in the world.
Nausea strangled his throat. The blue eyes, so competent, so self-assured, so very, very dangerous, narrowed a second before the redcoat would have blown him into eternity. As he stepped backward to regain it, his heel sank into a hollow in the soft April earth and he fell straight into the wall of granite, the musket flying from his hand and the back of his skull striking one sharp, lichen-caked boulder with an awful, thudding crack.
For a moment, he seemed to gaze up at Will in astonishment as he lay there spread-eagled against the rocks; then the pale blue eyes lost focus and clouded over, their thick lashes coming down like a curtain on the last act as his head slid sideways, leaving a smear of blood on the boulder behind him.
Her hands flew over her mouth.
He was breathtakingly handsome. Absolutely, positively, indisputably, beautiful. Plummer, however, took no notice of the fact. He looked absolutely miserable. Ophelia, however, had no pity for either her brother or his injured friend. After all, American needs good, competent men defending her, not clumsy oafs who injure themselves at first opportunity.
He straightened up, frowning. Adam Smith. Jun 08, Kim Coke rated it it was ok. The story was too convenient. It had no real conflicts of struggles where it matters, it's as if the author wrapped a pretty bow around it to cover up all the complicated things so as to give each character their happy ever afters.
Such as: The way in which Garret, Juliet, and Charles handled the situation concerning baby Charlotte. The author painted Charles as a man who never abandon his responsibilities but that is exactly what he did in regards to Charlotte.
How can a man who loves everyone and is loved by everyone basically dismissed his own child and no one found fault with it? In my humble opinion, it seem that since Charles realized that he didn't really love Juliet and had no problem with letting her being with his brother then it also extends to his child.
How can a genuinely responsible and loving adult look his child in the face and feels absolutely nothing?
I think that was him just running away and leaving his problems on Garret once again. I must also note that the fact that Juliet and Garret and even Lucien seem to have already decided that Charles should have no parental rights. He was given no options and like the coward he was he jumped at it.
Honestly since when does the fact of whether or not a man loves the mother of his child that he can or can't be a parent? And what made me lose respect for the whole family is that no one said anything about it. He views his relationship with Juliet as a mistake, and so was more than happy to view his child the same and so he felt no remorse discarding Charlotte and making her Garret and Juliet's problem. And shamelessly compares his daughter with Amy to his reaction to Charlotte.
That makes him a dislikable character. Another thing that was truly distasteful was the fact that Charles kept taking on the blame of the world on his shoulders. It got to the point where it was just annoying. And the matter concerning the letters, even I could tell that the contents of the letter from Juliet was definitely fake so why couldn't he?
I get that he was blind and all but he knew her. As for the supposedly from his commander well we weren't given any info on the guy, so for all we knew that could have been something he might've said. And concerning the one supposedly from Lucien, I honestly thought that he wrote it considering how manipulative he is.
I loved the relationship between Charles and Amy. And the sex scenes were pretty good, and their relationship is the only saving grace for this book. Honestly, I'm not sure if I'll continue with the series. Captain and half-breed He relies on the person who is nursing him to lead the way. Amy is undervalued by her family and her half sisters take advantage of the fact that she is Mohawk and white makes her unacceptable except as a maid of all work in her own home, The Captain, Charles de Montfort, supports her and expects that she is treated fairly even though he has no knowledge of her ethnicity.
As he strives Captain and half-breed From there he returns home to England with Amy in tow to find his place in the family and the world. What a grand series. Lucien de Montfort, the Duke of Blackheath, is a diabolical character who truly loves his family. His means of coercion and reverse psychology is interesting to read. Feb 22, Sarah rated it it was ok. I so wanted to like this book because I loved the first book in the series.
Charles was a whiny douche and Amy was just blah. If I had to listen to any more whining from either of them I was going to scream. I did like the location. Since I am from the same area the book takes place, I could picture it perfectly in my head having walked the same streets and especially when they were on the Merrimack river in Newburyport. Once they got on the boat for England I started to skim. I basica I so wanted to like this book because I loved the first book in the series.
I basically skimmed for any mention of characters from the previous book. I wanted to know how Charles, Juliette and Gareth would react. It made me like him even less. This was my least favorite book in the series. Nov 14, Melinda Mulcahy rated it really liked it. This is the tragic background to the first in the series of what happened to his lost brother, who as it transpires is actually very much alive thanks to the miraculous healing hands of Amy.
In truth, I found the first half dragged in pace for my liking from the first instalment of the De Montforte family hence why I withheld one of the five stars. And Amy's step-family annoyingly Cinderella-esque. Still, once Charles got to grips with his new reality, it all came up to scratch or should I say st This is the tragic background to the first in the series of what happened to his lost brother, who as it transpires is actually very much alive thanks to the miraculous healing hands of Amy.
Still, once Charles got to grips with his new reality, it all came up to scratch or should I say steam as there are some pretty HOT moments - Phew! This has decidedly more drama and less lighthearted joviality than the first, but then not all characters are the same, certainly reflected here. May 26, Mom2boyz rated it it was ok.
I was looking forward to reading this, more so than the first one, but I read the first one and I was delighted. A sensational Georgian romance. Danelle Harmon has started her new series about the de Montforte family with a home run that will leave readers looking forward to stories about the remaining siblings. A perfect 10! She provides a fine mix of humor, tenderness, adventure, and even a bit of a mystery.
I heartily recommend The Wild One to all those who like fast-paced, enjoyable stories with likeable, well-drawn characters. Four stars! A page turner. A delightful romp.