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Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780821753767.

1996) (The first book in the Mandeville series) A novel by Denée Cody. Genre: Historical Romance. Used availability for Denee Cody's Court of Love.

A shout went up as they passed by the erics where the tournament was being held. Kat didn’t want to think about what that meant, but there was no other way out of the castle grounds. Kat didn’t want to think about what that meant, but there was no other way out of the castle grounds horse with her thighs, encouraging it to go faster. A glance to the side revealed Michael’s stunned face as he watched her ride away with his prisoner. So much for any chance there. The wind whipped her hair across her face and she reached up with her free hand to wipe it away so she could see where they were going.

Medieval literature is filled with examples of knights setting out on adventures and performing various deeds or services for ladies because of their "courtly love". This kind of love is originally a literary fiction created for the entertainment of the nobility, but as time passed, these ideas about love changed and attracted a larger audience.

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Banished to the court of England's Eleanor of Aquitaine after refusing to marry her young cousin, Julianna Devereaux awaits papal orders to comply but instead falls in love with devoted knight Stephan de Mandeville. Original.

The Court of Love epub download

ISBN13: 978-0821753767

ISBN: 0821753762

Author: Denee Cody

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Historical

Language: English

Publisher: Zebra; 1st Printing edition (August 1, 1996)

ePUB size: 1206 kb

FB2 size: 1789 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 362

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Loni
This author had me in this story totally up until they married. It lost something in the chemistry between the hero and heroine after that. I've struggled slowly through the hero's revelation to the heroine. I think the story lost it's interesting touch when author took the couple out of the Court and away from the royal family. Now I'm ready to start skimming through the book until the couple gets back to court.
Loni
This author had me in this story totally up until they married. It lost something in the chemistry between the hero and heroine after that. I've struggled slowly through the hero's revelation to the heroine. I think the story lost it's interesting touch when author took the couple out of the Court and away from the royal family. Now I'm ready to start skimming through the book until the couple gets back to court.
Bragis
Overall Rating: 3.00 // Action: 2.5 / Emotion: 3.5 / Romance: 2.5 / Sensuous: 1 / Suspense: 3 // Medieval Flavor: 3 / Laughter: 2 / Tears: 4

Being a zealous romance book reader, was looking for the warm, fuzzy feelings that arise when reading romance books. Wanted: {1} to "feel" the emotions and attraction between Stephan and Julianna; {2} to experience the sensual sizzle when Stephan and Julianna made love; {3} to experience excitement as Stephan and Julianna move from one moment of action and adventure to another; {4} to hold breath in anticipation of what is going to happen next. And while, there was a modicum of each of these items, Cody failed to deliver the depth of these experiences that make for a truly great read. Wished that *The Court of Love* was more romantic, not just a forum for Cody to espouse about {1} the lack of control heiresses had over their lives; {2} the difficulties knights faced when dealing with dishonorable royalty; and {3} the differences between the classes (how noblewoman were taught to not see commoners as people).

Denée Cody's first book in "The Mandevilles Trilogy," *The Court of Love* is an okay read. See Wolf Bear Does Books for a more in-depth, detailed review.
Bragis
Overall Rating: 3.00 // Action: 2.5 / Emotion: 3.5 / Romance: 2.5 / Sensuous: 1 / Suspense: 3 // Medieval Flavor: 3 / Laughter: 2 / Tears: 4

Being a zealous romance book reader, was looking for the warm, fuzzy feelings that arise when reading romance books. Wanted: {1} to "feel" the emotions and attraction between Stephan and Julianna; {2} to experience the sensual sizzle when Stephan and Julianna made love; {3} to experience excitement as Stephan and Julianna move from one moment of action and adventure to another; {4} to hold breath in anticipation of what is going to happen next. And while, there was a modicum of each of these items, Cody failed to deliver the depth of these experiences that make for a truly great read. Wished that *The Court of Love* was more romantic, not just a forum for Cody to espouse about {1} the lack of control heiresses had over their lives; {2} the difficulties knights faced when dealing with dishonorable royalty; and {3} the differences between the classes (how noblewoman were taught to not see commoners as people).

Denée Cody's first book in "The Mandevilles Trilogy," *The Court of Love* is an okay read. See Wolf Bear Does Books for a more in-depth, detailed review.
Taulkree
The Court of Love is a historical romance that starts strong; Cody brings us into the world of Eleanor of Aquitaine and her son Richard the Lion-Hearted with little details such as the main character and her friends looking for their shoes and the real possibility of a woman being married to a child simply for her inheritance. Julianna, the heroine, is a bit independent by the standards of the day but believable. Stephan is a typical knight errant of the times: strong, silent, hot-headed. When the paths of these two meet, sparks are ignited. With the help of Stephan's younger brother, the two are brought together but such are the times that the king must give his approval to the match even though a marriage has taken place. It is after the two marry that the story begins to fizzle. The love scenes are a bit tame; our hero and heroine degenerate into calling each other "sweet love" in front of the entire court of England. A side story of Stephan's Jewish ancestry is well done but doesn't ring true if looked at closely. Overall this is a good book if taken as a romance, but if you're looking for historical accuracy, it's just not there.
Taulkree
The Court of Love is a historical romance that starts strong; Cody brings us into the world of Eleanor of Aquitaine and her son Richard the Lion-Hearted with little details such as the main character and her friends looking for their shoes and the real possibility of a woman being married to a child simply for her inheritance. Julianna, the heroine, is a bit independent by the standards of the day but believable. Stephan is a typical knight errant of the times: strong, silent, hot-headed. When the paths of these two meet, sparks are ignited. With the help of Stephan's younger brother, the two are brought together but such are the times that the king must give his approval to the match even though a marriage has taken place. It is after the two marry that the story begins to fizzle. The love scenes are a bit tame; our hero and heroine degenerate into calling each other "sweet love" in front of the entire court of England. A side story of Stephan's Jewish ancestry is well done but doesn't ring true if looked at closely. Overall this is a good book if taken as a romance, but if you're looking for historical accuracy, it's just not there.