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10 thoughts on “The Unveiling Age of Faith #1

  1. says:

    So something has been annoying me about this book and I MUST SPEAK There’s seriously some kind of anti textile bias going on here The heroine is a modern style warrior chick so pretty soon she collides with typical and totally reasonable medieval attitudes about women’s work And she’s likeflails WHERE DO

  2. says:

    Once in a while I just pick something to read that I know I own but hadn't really thought about reading anytime s

  3. says:

    I loved everything about this book As an author and editor I have a hard time these days finding a novel that will actually hold my interest This one kept me riveted I read it straight through in a day I loved tough scrap

  4. says:

    This book took me by surprise for at least three reasons1 As a freebie on my expectations guided by experience were not very high Well I'm happ

  5. says:

    Just as good the 3rd or is it 4th time

  6. says:

    The Unveiling is another book for which I have somewhat mixed feelings Truthfully I did enjoy it in parts especially with the rich descriptions of some of the settings like the fortress where Wulfrith’s mother lives and the some of the period details did seem well done Also the historical backdrop allowed for tension and drama which could add to the story The first half may have been better before the ‘unv

  7. says:

    The first book in Tamara Leigh's Age Of Faith series Lady Annyn Bretanne vows revenge on the man she believes is responsible for her brother's death She goes to Baron Wulfrith disguised as a boy waiting for the opp

  8. says:

    Boring story No Passion No Romance to many characters to keep up with Very Violent First half of the story is Su

  9. says:

    4 starsI wanted a castle romance I got a castle romance RTC

  10. says:

    This one came highly recommended and I can totally get why people love it so much Ms Leigh is a great storyteller and really create

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12th century England Two men vie for the throne King Stephen the usurper and young Duke Henry the rightful heir Amid civil and private wars alliances are formed loyalties are betrayed families are divided and marriages are madeFor four years Lady Annyn Bretanne has trained at arms with one end in Once in a while I just pick something to read that I know I own but hadn t really thought about reading anytime soon Sometimes I regret my decisionand sometimes not Sometimes I am just pleasantly surprised and bitterly regret not having immediate access to the rest of the series The Unveiling was just such a book I was vaguely aware of the fact that it was sitting on my historical romance shelf doing nothing and since I d been in a medieval mood I picked it up on a whim and next thing you know I need the remaining 4 books of the seriesI will be honest though I am no medieval expert have read little to nothing in that genre save fairytales so I am not at all a reference for this book and can t say if it was entirely accurate or not I think it was it was certainly well written and made abundant use of the era s vocabulary and turns of phrases which I loved there were enough details to create a really exciting medieval castle and knights setting and everyone seemed to act true to the period if you can overlook the famous young woman desguises herself as a man and it WORKS she really fools everybody trope I always have a bit of a hard time swallowing that one I mean I know there s no way I could ever pass for a man so how come others seem to be able to pull it off so often even though I must confess I rather like the idea I always eagerly await the moment when the hero will finally see the heroine in women s garments and go something like Omg omggggggg OMGGGGG in his head Haha I thought the romance was really well done in this book and didn t really encounter some of the problems mentioned by many reviewers here like the fact that their attraction was purely physical it wasn t there was a lot of physical tension I grant you but in the end they re certainly not together only because of that or that the hero was a hypocrite for claiming to be a man of God yet being perfectly fine with sleeping with harlots and not ladies it was the way of the time and that s what men were taught to do not saying it s right but that s what they did If you like the tough warrior type of hero the really hot kind that is incredibly strong and courageous and afraid of nothing save love you will love Lord Wulfrith I obviously did and might just fan yourself you know a few times here and there over the course of the book might or might not have done that as well The Unveiling was exciting suspenseful unputdownable and just plain good The beginning was a bit slow and it took a few chapters to really get the action going but overall there s uite a lot going on and you won t be bored The only reasons I m not bumping the rating up to a full five is because I wasn t a huge fan of the heroine hard a really hard time relating to her and sometimes she was a tad annoying and although I really loved this book and am dying to read the other books it wasn t an ultimatefavourite Still free on Kindle for those of you who might be interested

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Aron Wulfrith renowned trainer of knights allows no women within his walls for the distraction they breed What he never expects is that the impetuous young man sent to train under him is a woman who seeks his death nor that her unveiling will test his faith and distract the warrior from his purpo The first book in Tamara Leigh s Age Of Faith series Lady Annyn Bretanne vows revenge on the man she believes is responsible for her brother s death She goes to Baron Wulfrith disguised as a boy waiting for the opportunityTamara Leigh wrote a historical romance series back in the 1990s that I loved the Bride series Shortly after she turned to inspirational contemporary and I stopped reading her but I do have plans to check out her contemporary work someday This book is listed as an Inspirational Historical Romance While it was clean I didn t feel it was preachy at all In fact I wonder if it should even be listed as Inspirational I uite enjoyed it Well written and entertaining I felt I was transported back to the 1100s I m sure I will continue this series

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Mind to avenge her brother’s murder as God has not deemed it worthy to do Disguised as a suire she sets off to exact revenge on a man known only by his surname Wulfrith But when she holds his fate in her hands her will wavers and her heart whispers that her enemy may not be an enemy after allB This book took me by surprise for at least three reasons1 As a freebie on my expectations guided by experience were not very high Well I m happy to say I was wrong From its highly atmospheric setting to a slow burning romance this was a tale of courage mystery and adventure beautifully told I loved the dialogue were an archaic word was thrown in occasionally to give a feel of authenticity2 One of the GR tags for the story was Christian Fiction Admittedly I never read the genre but considering historical times and the role religion played in the society references to faith and God enhanced the historical setting made it real It wasn t preachy at all3 A woman mascaraing as a man is hardly my favorite trope But the way the plot unfolded here made a difference and I was highly anticipating the gender revelationThe year of 1153 is the end of the Anarchy time of civil unrest and infightings period in history chroniclers described as one in which Christ and his saints were asleep For four years Lady Annyn Bretanne has trained at arms with one end in mind to avenge her brother s murder Disguised as a suire she sets off to exact revenge on a man known only by his surname Wulfrith But as usual things are not what they appear When her plans go awry and she is unveiled as a woman a chain of events is set in motion that will change everythingAs with any romance the strength of the story depends on the strength of its main protagonists their characterization Lord Wufrith is the hero to love tough incredibly strong and courageous warrior with patience and fairness of a best teacher who afraid of nothing save love Lady Annyn is his perfect partner even though it takes them sometime to realize it She is strong determined and not a frail damsel in distress Their pass from wanting revenge to finding true love was not easy and straightforward but very satisfying at the endThis is my first read by the author but definitely not my last