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  1. says: Betina Krahn ↠ 3 review [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors)

    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) read & download Behind Closed Doors I really really love Betina Krahn’s latest books especially her current series about the Bumgarten family of ‘dollar princesses’ but this isn’t one of those It was originally published in 1991 which I realised to my dismay a

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    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) This is a book from 1991 that is being rereleased to ebook version It takes place during the reign of Elizabeth mostly at her court and a small bit in SwedenRugar has come to the English court as an ambassador for Sweden but he comes bearing a grudge Corinna has been sheltered and protected her whole life She is invited to Elizabeth's court to be one of her maids of honor and they meetSo this book Well there was a lot I really l

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    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) Good book I especially enjoyed the setting of this one Historical romances are overwhelmingly Regency era but this one takes place mostly at the court of Elizabeth I with a little bit in Sweden I felt that the port

  4. says: [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn

    Betina Krahn ↠ 3 review [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) 35 starsThis was one of those reads where if I read it at any other time or if I reread it I probably would have had a lot of issues

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    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) A young naive Corrie becomes one of ueen Elizabeth's maids of honor against her parents wishes but she has no choice An entire world opens up for her and she soon becomes a favorite of the ueen The drawbacks though are numerous as she is possessive of Corrie and almost keeps everyone away Rugar Kalisson a Swede is sent

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    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn I completely loved this a fabulous and exciting tale of a wickedly attractive but flawed Viking hero Rugar determined to best ueen Elizabeth for her slights against his people and his father once an emissary to her court from Sweden He decides to best all her knights and seduce his way through her retinue but is stopped in his tracks by his inconvenient attraction to the beautiful and clever Corina Huntington The ueen’s beloved and newes

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    summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn Betina Krahn ↠ 3 review read & download Behind Closed Doors As ueen Elizabeth’s prized new lady in waiting Corrina Huntington is beautiful innocent and eager to know the world beyond her sheltered home

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    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn The start of the book was slow If not for the stay at home order I may have stopped reading this book It is this reason that I only rated this book 3 stars That is not to say there was nothing good about the start of the book The pace picks up once the primary hero Rugar realizes that he is well and truly smitten with the primary heroine Corrina I saw primary because there is secondary couple that can also be called hero Torgne and heroine

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    summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) Corinna Huntington daughter of Jack and Merrie the Earl and Countess of Straffen is sought by ueen Elizabeth to be one of her ladies Her father being the rake that he was is horrified that his daughter will be among the immoral cesspool that is the court Rugar Kalisson Count of Aelthar is sent by his king as a special ambassador to England He

  10. says: summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn Betina Krahn ↠ 3 review [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors)

    [PDF] (Behind Closed Doors) Betina Krahn ↠ 3 review summary Û eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betina Krahn really enjoyed Betina Krahn's Behind Closed Doors In it Ms Krahn gives her readers a fictionalized view of what life could have been like in Elizabeth I's court She tells it from the point of view of one of her ladies in waiting young Corrina Huntington a once sheltered innocent newly arrived at court Corrie who while fulfilling

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There stuff started happening As I was reading this I didn t really like either Corrie or Rugar Rugar because of how he treated Corrie after he found out she was still very innocent and Corrie because she kept going after him She would catch him walking being close with or whispering in other women s ears and still think the best of him and chase after him Both got on my nerves However I really enjoyed this "Didn t want to ut it down This is a book from " t want to ut it down This is a book from that is being rereleased to ebook version It takes lace during the reign of Elizabeth mostly at her court and a small bit in SwedenRugar has come to the English court as an ambassador for Sweden but he comes bearing a grudge Corinna has been sheltered and rotected her whole life She is invited to Elizabeth s court to be one of her maids of honor and they meetSo this book Well there was a lot I really liked about it And yet a lot that bothered me I think you should try this book if you are interesting in reading about a different time The Taste of Her Blood (A Lesbian Vampire Tale) period Seeing the court during Elizabeth s reign was fun different Betina Krahn did a great job ofulling me into that world experiencing the fun and drama of court life as it could have been If you like a busy lot you might like this If you want to read about Elizabeth and her reign you would robably like this too The ueen is in this book a lot and interfering in their relationshipThere s a bit of tension a few kisses a few scenes I wouldn t say it s overly steamy but its not clean Middle of the roadThing things I didn t like about THIS BOOK WAS IT FELT LIKE book was it felt like was all shenanigans There was always SOMETHING going on It never seemed to be just about the two of them Someone was always being abducted or manipulated and just non stop drama I felt like the book was half about the ueen and half about their relationship The other thing that bothered me was that Rugar was actively attempting to get with other women after he met and liked Corinna Nothing ends up happening and he was always thinking about driving her out of his head but it still bothered me It only lasts a chapter or so but stillAnyone else try Betina Krahn I don t think I ve ever heard her talked about I would definitely try another one of her novels thoughI was able to receive an ARC copy complimentary from netgalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my ow. Ther by rapturous and reckless assion surrendering to the forbidden ecstasy of a bold soul searing love that would inflame the wrath of a jealous ueenand rovoke a diplomatic scandal. ,
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N well and Corina is not stuffy I like the way she accepts and befriends her scandalous cousin for instance Rugar is a rugged alpha hero who is brought down to earth with a bump because of his love for Corina and the way his own rejudice against the English are reflected back to him by the way the Swedish court treat Corina when he takes her there as his bride Once Corina and Rugar are compromised by their behaviour they are wed but as Elizabeth and others lot to separate the lovers and destroy Rugar can they outwit their owerful adversaries and find a way to be happy across their two culturesThe joy in this book for me was the way that Bettina Krahn depicts life at court with its shallowness frustrations and How She Portrayed The Ueen As Vindictive she ortrayed the ueen as vindictive trying to keep Corina with her and hurt Rugar but also how isolated and difficult her osition was and how she was human underneath her rank and court intrigues It was a really exciting lot with lots of interesting historical detail and characters I really rooted forHighly recommended if you like an old school historicalI voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book via Netgalley and all opinions are my own 35 starsThis was one of those reads where if I read it at any other time or if I reread it I robably would have had a lot of issues with it that would ut this "in the 225 star range but I did read it at the right time Now I ve been wantingneeding a historical "the 225 star range but I did read it at the right time Now I ve been wantingneeding a historical set in Late PlantagenetTudorElizabethan era I have a couple on my shelf set I think when Henry VIII was King but this one caught my eye Corrie is one of Elizabeth s maids of honor actually she s a favorite of Elizabeth s maids of honor Rugar is a Swedish Count and is an ambassador for the King he also wants to get revenge for slights that Elizabeth gave his father years ago and essentially get all the women close to Elizabeth into his bed which would tick the ueen off However he is instantly captivated by Corrie and sets out to make her the first he defiles Rugar thinks she s experienced than she actually is and when he finds out she s never been with a man in any way he casts her aside and ursues every other woman in the court Behind Closed Doors started out really slowly The first 50 Napříč nekonečnem pages were kind of boring but then finally when Rugar gets to court the storyicks up a lot and from. Hate and scorn him for his Swedish heritage vowing to best Elizabeth's knights in contestand her ladies in love A sheltered English rose and a virile 'Viking' nobleman are drawn toge. ,
Really enjoyed Betina Krahn s "Behind Closed Doors In It "Closed Doors In it Krahn gives her readers a fictionalized view of what life could have been like in Elizabeth I s court She tells it from the oint of view of one of her ladies in waiting young Corrina Huntington a once sheltered innocent newly arrived at court Corrie who while fulfilling her tasks for the ueen finds herself often confused by the actions of those around her When she meets Count Rugar Kalisson Corrie s life changes drastically but is it for the betterI believe this novel is a re release from several years ago as evidenced by its somewhat outdated language however that does not Lessen Its AppealIProvided Complimentary Copy its appealIProvided complimentary copy Netgalley for honest and unbiased review The start of the book was slow If not for the stay at home order I may have stopped reading this book It is this reason that I only rated this book 3 stars That is not to say there was nothing good about the start of the book The ace icks up once the rimary hero Rugar realizes that he is well and truly smitten with the Now Pitching, Bob Feller: A Baseball Memoir primary heroine Corrina I sawrimary because there is secondary couple that can also be called hero Torgne and heroine Anne but they are supporting characters With the main setting being the court of ueen Elizabeth I there is a lot of court intrigue While it is difficult to know how historically accurate the book shows behind the scenes views of the ueen s life and decision making Those scenes are entirely believable yet one uestions how uickly she would have made a decision based on one conversation with an advisor The latter Variance (Raise Your Weapon, part of the story doesrove surprising in how the issue of where both coupl I completely loved this a fabulous and exciting tale of a wickedly attractive but flawed Viking hero Rugar determined to best ueen Elizabeth for her slights against "his eople and his father once an emissary to her court from Sweden He decides to best " people and his father once an emissary to her court from Sweden He decides to best her knights and seduce his way through her retinue but is stopped in his tracks by his inconvenient attraction to the beautiful and clever Corina Huntington The ueen s beloved and newest Lady in WaitingI know that this is an old fashioned romance and so the heroine is impossibly erfect beautiful innocent kind and selfless as well as intelligent and learned but heck this is a romance and so I do love this type of heroine when writte. Under the ueen's rotective eyeIn the halls of a conniving courtBehind Closed DoorsManly and magnificent Count Rugar Kalisson swears vengeance on the insulting overbearing English who. ,