A Love for All Time

A Love for All Time Conn O Malley is an Irish rogue no woman can resist Known as the handsomest man at court he has been seducing and abandoning wenches and royal ladies alike until he meets the loveliest enchantress h

  • Title: A Love for All Time
  • Author: Bertrice Small
  • ISBN: 9780451204745
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Conn O Malley is an Irish rogue no woman can resist Known as the handsomest man at court, he has been seducing and abandoning wenches and royal ladies alike, until he meets the loveliest enchantress his roving eye has ever beheld heiress Aidan St Michael By command of Britain s powerful Queen Elizabeth, Conn and Aidan marry, surrendering to the sweet tyranny of a dawnConn O Malley is an Irish rogue no woman can resist Known as the handsomest man at court, he has been seducing and abandoning wenches and royal ladies alike, until he meets the loveliest enchantress his roving eye has ever beheld heiress Aidan St Michael By command of Britain s powerful Queen Elizabeth, Conn and Aidan marry, surrendering to the sweet tyranny of a dawning love that will bond them body and soul in a true union of the heart.Yet a cruel scheme makes Conn a prisoner of the queend his cherished Aidan a harem slave to a rapacious sultan in a distant land But clever Aidan is determined to use her superb skill in ecstasy s dark arts to free herself and to be reunited forever with the only man she can ever love.

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    1 thought on “A Love for All Time”

    1. This is the first Bertrice Small book that I read (out of order) and still love to read it again and again.

    2. Doesn't matter if it's chock full of tropes, overly dramatic language and dialogue, and all sorts of WTFerySmall does it the best.

    3. I'm putting this on my read shelves because I KNOW I read it, but it was a long time ago (probably around when it was first published, lol). No rating because although I probably loved it back then, if I did a current reread, I'm not sure what I'd think.

    4. This is a book about Skye O'Malley's youngest brother, Conn, who becomes a favorite of Queen Elizabeth I. While at court he meets one of the Queen's maids, Aiden, who is also a ward of the great Queen. When Conn gets in trouble, the Queen arranges for him to marry Aiden who is an heiress of an estate near Conn's beloved sister, Skye. This book follows Conn and Aiden's courtship and marriage and troubles along the way. Great book for fans of Skye O'Malley and Bertrice Small.

    5. We continue with the O'Malley saga learning Conn's story - the handsome youngest brother. This is another bodice ripper with a lot of action and adventure - though not near the level of the first two books of Skye's story. I think I would suggest that you don't read this series straight through. It seems that everyone gets sold into slavery at some point, so I can see that getting repetitive if you are reading one ok after another. Queen Bess was not such a villain in this story, so she was slig [...]

    6. Beatrice Small is one of my favorite authors of Romance. She knows how to tell a story to make you laugh and cry all a tthe same time. She makes you fall in love with the heroes and heroines and absolutely loath the villans. She is truely amazing and you would be entranced to read any one of her books. I know I am! I can't wait for her new ones to come out!

    7. boringher formula has worn thinl Bertrice Small books are the same; change name/description of characters, otherwise she doesn't have to rewrite much.

    8. Yet another great historical romance by Bertrice Small. I do wish that Conn would have played a bigger role in the story!

    9. No, it's not an April Fool's joke that I reread this book. Guilty pleasure. Spring Break. There may be more Small titles coming, sigh (April 2013); re-read again March 2017 (even BEFORE Spring Break)

    10. A wonderful love story. Keeps you surprised!I didn't dead the other O'Malley books. I really enjoyed this book. Has many surprises in it, enough to keep your interest. Highly recommended for any romantic!

    11. This was the first book I discovered from the Skye O'Malley Saga. I admit, I first picked it up in middle school to annoy my parents - they didn't like me reading anything with sex scenes. I didn't anticipate falling in love with it! I've always been able to identify with the heroine, Aidan, having been a wallflower myself for a long time.I love that Bertrice Small doesn't write your typical swooning lead females, and Aidan doesn't disappoint in this book. She is smart, witty, well educated and [...]

    12. I was about 10 or so when I first read this book. I was captivated, I never moved until I was done reading, my legs fell asleep. This was the first of her books that I read, after that, the only book that could measure up to this one was The Kadin. The love between Aidan and Conn truly was a love for all time.

    13. I liked it less on rereading because I'm sorry there is no way that Aidan would have responded to Sultan Murad's attention the way she did when he first brought her to his bed. With her Prince, he gently wooed her and so she was able to accept his attentions , but Murad was an ass.

    14. great book, Conn's character was introduced in the last B. Small book, in this book he finds love with Adian and the story of there love and how one crossed the ocean to get to his love, loved it

    15. There are six books in the Skye O'Malley series; too many words, too much gratuitous unimaginative sex, too little story, getting progressively worse through the series.

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