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    EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger summary è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carol Umberger free download The Price of Freedom Early 1300s Scotland A Scottish noblewoman named Kathyrn has a predatory English Knight after her who wants to marry her to inherit her ailing father’s lands He tricks her into sleeping with him with a promise of marriage she realises how awful he is and gets him chased off the next day but becomes pregnant yet somehow manages to conceal birth of subseuent baby from him A while later Robert Bruce turns up and arranges

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    free download The Price of Freedom EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger Carol Umberger ↠ 0 download Once again the story was awesome the characters were well written and the setting was perfect But There it is that ominous heart pounding word The one that adds a twist in what you have already read The one that adds a change in op

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    free download The Price of Freedom Carol Umberger ↠ 0 download EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger I wont go into detail about what the book was about there's several reviewers that have done an excellent job of that already But this bookjust makes me mad First there are so many historical inaccuracies throughout the series its sad

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    Carol Umberger ↠ 0 download summary è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carol Umberger EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger Loved this book Loved the first one The first one was the Circle of Honor I read both of these books in a very short amount of time because they are very good and uick reads It is a series of 4 books but each book has a different set of main charaters so it is not neccessary to read them in order but I hate doing things out of orderThey are set back in the 1300s in Scotland when Robert the Bruce is trying to free Scotland from Kin

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    EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger Four and a half StarsBook 2 in the Scottish Crown Series held me captivated and delighted within its pages Another well thought out story that takes place during a very interesting time in Scottish history The characters are easy to warm to and the story woven holds you in anticipation of what is to come to the point where you cannot easily

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    EBOOK NEW (The Price of Freedom) ¸ Carol Umberger I'm a sucker for love stories of course different from romance novels bleh The Price of Freedom and all four of Carol Umberger's Scotland Novels are amazing love stories along with the adventure of war However I would suggest not reading them all right in a row The writing can get stale in a way as amazingly descriptive yet simple as it is T

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summary The Price of Freedom ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook summary è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carol Umberger free download The Price of Freedom They have been cast together by forces beyond their control Forces that neither are sure they can tru Early 1300s Scotland A Scottish noblewoman named Kathyrn has a predatory English Knight after her who wants to marry her to inherit her ailing father s lands He tricks her into sleeping with him with a promise of marriage she realises how awful he is and gets him chased off the next day but becomes pregnant yet somehow manages to conceal birth of subseuent baby from him A while later Robert Bruce turns up and arranges a marriage between her and his illegitimate son to make sure the wicked English can t get her land and ensure her loyalty Said son does not seem nice he and Kathyrn don t like each other at first and don t want to consummate the marriage so they can separate at a later date but gradually fall in love Meanwhile evil villain still wants Kathryn and makes repeated attempts to kidnap her why he cannot just find another wealthy heiress to marry I don t know making an enemy of Robert Bruce s son in the meantime before events come to head at BannockburnWhere to start with this novel It seems to be one those second rate historical romances that is corny and clich d rather formulaic as well as being historically uestionable and implausible The representations of both Scottish and English people and culture consist mainly of silly anachronistic stereotypes Hence there are men in kilts galore at a time when these likely did not even exist in the form that we know them today bagpipes and lots of bonnie lasses and all speaking with exaggerated accents All that was missing was the haggis Then there were the English with accents resembling those of their counterparts in Braveheart and other Hollywood movies with seemingly little or no regional variation of accents at all so that the moment the characters travel a few miles over the border everyone speaks like ueen Elizabeth II The simple fact that the majority of the English and much of the Scottish aristocracy would likely have spoken French as their first language in the early part of the fourteenth century when this novel is set does not even seem to come into the euation The English bad guy is no less ridiculously stereotypical and his character is so exaggerated and unconvincing that is hard to take him seriously even as the villain He has no real motivation for being bad expect being English so he has to do lots of really bad things to emphasise his badness like seducing Scottish girls beating up a Scottish suire and repeatedly trying to kidnap the heroine Most of the Scottish characters seem sickly sweet They are not perfect admittedly but the Templar knight undergoing a crisis of faith and religious doubts of the hero just appear unoriginal and contrived and it is so predictable that he and the heroine will overcome their initial hostility to fall hopelessly in love by the end The device of beautiful lady locked in tower who has to be rescued by knight in shining armour actually seems to be used in this novel when the villain kidnaps the heroine Yet for all his efforts he leaves her virtually unguarded so that she is easily rescued by a Scotsman disguised as a priest how many times has that been done before Other aspects of the historical content of this and novel fare little better as it is riddled with errors and inconsistencies some of them seemingly deliberate Yes the period details are there but sometimes just seem superficial For instance at least one character seems to change sides in each of the successive stories an act that is presented in high minded moral terms when they see the light and come to realise the righteousness and justice of Scotland s cause More significantly historical figures who never supported Robert Bruce such as the Comyn family and their kinsmen of Clan MacNab are depicted as going over to Bruce s side in this series when they never did anything of the kind in reality and suffered greatly at Bruce s hands for their opposition to his ruleIn the Bannockburn battle scene Edward II King of England is depicted as having sat on his horse behind the lines for the entire duration of the battle when in reality he was in the thick of the fighting as a King was expected to be Edward may have had to be physically forced to leave the battlefield when it was obvious that the English had lost and he did not run away like a coward at the first hint of danger to his person as this novel makes out Throughout the novel and series the English characters are condemned for unchivalrous or dishonourable conduct which the author often highlights and emphasises Yet towards the end of the novel the Scottish characters kill the villain in an act that would have been regarded as a total breach of chivalric practice and convention Yet the author and characters make absolutely no mention of this deed being unchivalrous and dishonourable though if the author had studied the medieval code of chivalry she should likely have known it to be so Such a double standard applied to history and morality strikes me as not only hypocritical but also misleading and perhaps even dishonest This for me was one of the most objectionable aspects of this series

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summary The Price of Freedom ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook summary è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carol Umberger free download The Price of Freedom S a noblewoman with an estate to run a household to protect and a precious secret to guard at all cos Four and a half StarsBook 2 in the Scottish Crown Series held me captivated and delighted within its pages Another well thought out story that takes place during a very interesting time in Scottish history The characters are easy to warm to and the story woven holds you in anticipation of what is to come to the point where you cannot easily put it down I highly enjoyed this read and think I may have liked it even than the first book Either way both were what I would call a very good readLooking forward to the next book in this series

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summary The Price of Freedom ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook summary è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carol Umberger free download The Price of Freedom St He's a man with a mission sworn to fight for his king and the freedom of his beloved Scotland She' Once again the story was awesome the characters were well written and the setting was perfect But There it is that ominous heart pounding word The one that adds a twist in what you have already read The one that adds a change in opinion The word that lets you see the whole picture Here it comes I do not like the faith You can t call a book Christian if it s Catholic They are not the same Not at all I really do not like picking up a book labeled Christian fiction that has a different religionOther than that as I said before the book was greatI can t recall laughing or cryingAnother thing I don t care for too much is the cover It s not bad but there it is again What in the world is up with the cover model s the guy expression That is just weird It describes him Bryan hero as a scowling warrior Was that suppose to be a scowl maybe It doesn t look like one to me I d don t know how I d explain that expressionI saw that the author thanked Lisa Tawn Bergren in the acknowledgments She s a great author too If you ve never read any by her read the River of Time Series It takes place in medieval Italy Totally awesome seriesSPOILER ALERTBryan was a pretty sweet character He was kind and gentle and strong and brave and loving and wonderful The constant guarding of his heart fierce attitude schooled expression was a bit annoying though And he was so distrusting Oh whatever He was still a good characterKathryn was sweet and independent and loving and gracious and kind I thought she was a little too independent though I mean there are some things that Bryan would tell her not to do traveling to the convent to visit Isobel but she d do anyway and then she d get in trouble and I d be like Duh It was common sense that that was a bad idea The thing is I can see how it s a stupid idea but I think I probably would have done the same exact thing were I in her placeRodney was a total idiot Yes I know I say that about every single bad guy But it s true every single time I do wish Bryan had been the one that killed him though I mean I understand how it taught him that about trusting God but when two enemies are fighting you expect one to kill the other Not for one of the dude s friend to kill the opponent That just destroys the purposeFergus was a sweetheart He was so loyal and strong and kind I hope he finds a sweet wife to love him He deserves oneAdam was sweet of course He seemed funnier in this one than in the first Maybe because the troubles belonged to Bryan this time instead of him I was glad it gave me a peek of him in there I wish it had talked about Gwenyth thoughMy favorite scene in the book was the part when Bryan held the baby That was so utterly sweet I bet seeing that could melt the coldest heart like butter on a burning stove Absolutely adorable The author probably knew that and put it in just so the readers would go Awww It worked

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • The Price of Freedom
  • Carol Umberger
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • 9781591450061