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by Claire Delacroix

Free eBook Unicorn Vengeance download ISBN: 037328893X
Author: Claire Delacroix
Publisher: Harlequin; Unknown Printing edition (October 1, 1995)
Language: English
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Historical
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Rating: 4.1
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Unicorn Vengeance book. New York Times bestselling author Claire Delacroix sold her first book in 1992, an historical romance called ROMANCE OF THE ROSE

Unicorn Vengeance book. New York Times bestselling author Claire Delacroix sold her first book in 1992, an historical romance called ROMANCE OF THE ROSE. Since then, she has published over sixty romance novels and novellas, and has also been published under the names Claire Cross and Deborah Cooke. She has an honours degree in history, with a focus on medieval studies.

Light-headed he felt, and ‘twas not due to any pressure of this day. Genevieve smiled at up him, her teeth gleaming faintly in the darkness, her expression feeding his desire yet more. Genevieve smiled at up him, her teeth gleaming faintly in the darkness, her expression feeding his desire yet more m, basking in the heat of her embrace. Wolfram felt the tension ease from him as he sat with this intoxicating woman nestled in his arms. He realized suddenly how exhausted he was, how little he had slept these past nights, and stifled a smile. It was tormenting dreams of Genevieve that had kept him awake.

Alexander has a problem. It's that he has to marry off his sister Madeline, who has refused to ever wed.

Drawn Together by Destiny Genevieve de Pereille's music echoed in the hollows of Wolfram's heart, pulling him into an unfamiliar world where his knightly vows faded to a distant murmur. The secret heir to an ancient legacy, she held him fast with the timeless power of love. With silver hair and fierce pale eyes, Wolfram stirred something raw yet beautiful deep inside Genevieve's very being. Alexander has a problem.

by. Delacroix, Claire. Toronto ; New York : Harlequin. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by LannetteF on August 5, 2010.

Unicorn Bride (Big Book) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 1994. by Delacroix (Author). Book 1 of 3 in the Unicorn Trilogy Series.

ISBN 13: 9781408987889. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read

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ISBN 10: 037328893X ISBN 13: 9780373288939.

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Some inside browning on inside cover pages. Edge wear and a small spine crimp. Slight sticker sign on front cover. No marks and intact. Ships very quickly and packaged carefully!
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Virn
Unbelievable. And I quote, "This then was what lovemaking was about? No fool was she, for livestock had her family always kept, but this was a revelation." And our hero?: "Wolfram gasped at the wave of pleasure that coursed through him [sic, needs a comma] and fell back bonelessly against the hay." Wow. Very instructive excerpts for a creative writing class--on how not to!
Shakataxe
I had to force myself to finish Unicorn Vengeance. I have read another of Claire Delacroix's novels, a medieval one at that, and thought I would enjoy this tale but everything seems to be off kilter in this story.

The heroine, Genevieve, lives in France and spies in her home the assassin who killed her brother and his knights. She is alone in the world but full of righteous vengeance and travels to Paris to confront her brother's killer, she is armed with only her lute. Genevieve plays her lute in a Parisian square and who should come along but the assassin. Does Genevieve kill him; no she is too astounded to see him.

The assassin is hero, Wolfram, a sergeant in arms to the Templar Knights. He can not become one of these exalted men as he is illegitimate but he is kind of a hanger-on doing all kinds of misdeeds for the knights. He does not know Genevieve is the sister of the man he recently poisoned but he is drawn to her lute playing and her ethereal beauty. These two run into each other often as Genevieve is looking for the opportunity to kill Wolfram and he is fascinated by the lovely lutist.

Genevieve has an impulsive nature and a very quick temper, both get her into trouble time and again and who is there to pull her out of her messes but Wolfram. He is both patient and distant with Genevieve and when he finds out her identity he becomes her protector.

These two argue quite a bit, Genevieve is stubborn and Wolfram is reserved, this bothers Genevieve immensely as she just expects Wolfram to possess her same passionate extroverted nature. Their personalities actually work well together but their story doesn't partly because it relies very heavily on coincidences.

Finally this book could have been written by Master Yoda from Star Wars. Often the sentence structure sounds reversed to the reader's ear and it happens on almost every page of this book. Here is but a sample "Trouble it could only be and too late she wished... High born she sounded in comparison to them... No intention had she of easily relinquishing her spot... 'My blanket that is and no other!'" These phrases were on only two pages. Oh, and the phrase "Well it seemed" started many many paragraphs. This was irritating and the convoluted plot unbelievable.
Alianyau
Excellent book! I just love Claire Delacroix medeival books! I highly recommend!
Ganthisc
This was not really the most thrilling read for me. I appreciated that the author did not overdo the sex that is typically the theme of most "romance" stories. On the other hand, there is not much depth to the characters. Perhaps more background information may have helped this first time reader. It was not really a memorable story for me.
Bele
I picked up a copy of this at a church rummage sale two years ago, and it's the best thing a church rummage sale has ever done for me.

Anachronistic, awkward (oh, poor virgin templar-man; ohh, poor angry lutenist), historically impossible, and demonstrating a keen fondness for the word "naught" (and its misuse), UNICORN VENGEANCE has nonetheless provided me and mine the most fun we have ever had with a romance novel. Maybe it's not the best book--or even the best romance--ever written, but if you approach it with the right attitude, it has more to offer than C.D. probably intended.

And, seriously, there is naught but one way to approach a book with a title like UNICORN VENGEANCE. Seriously. So have fun. :)
Cetnan
Clearly Ms. Delacroix didn't do much (okay, any) research about the Templars and not a great deal about France in 1307. She does put in a lot of action, though, and if you like sappy, flowery writing, you won't be able to put this one down. If you are an avid historian, run screaming the other way. (Everybody knows the Templars were assasins, even in 1307!)
JoJosho
I read this book as a young teenager (reserve your judgement please) and I have remembered it through the years as a lighthearted and fun read. It's very campy and that is what drew me to seek it out and leave this review. I have been a fan of the author for some time without realizing she wrote this book. Now, I love her all the more. Historical romance doesn't have to be based in fact. The entire idea of Romance itself is silly. And I embrace this author and all her works with the same goal: to read and shamelessly enjoy it.