From This Moment On is a book from Lynn Kurland’s de Piaget Family series. In this sweeping, emotional love story, USA Today bestselling author Lynn Kurland takes us back to the thirteenth century-and all the passion. From This Moment On By Lynn Kurland – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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A great improvement from the way things were going with this series! It wouldn’t have changed the story drastically if done at the right moment but would have been much more satisfying for the reader.

Marie decides to marry Alienore off to the worst man she can find – Colin, the Butcher of Berkhamshire.

From This Moment On by Lynn Kurland

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Not once was her eating disorder displayed with understanding or empathy; rather, she was continually defined by, and mocked by, this one feature of her life. Stars in Your Eyes de Piaget Family.

The story of Colin of Berckhamshire and Alienore of Solenge with no time travel. As the pair spend day after day together training, Colin becomes fond of and very protective of his “womanly” squire and eventually events wind up bringing them back to Alienore’s home of Solonge where they have to contend with her wicked step mother, Marie and her accomplice, the even more wicked Sir Etienne.

Those pages lagged so much you could have torn them from the book and I wouldn’t have ever noticed. Rhis disappointed with her complete lack of sword skills and takes it on himself to train her.


Had she no observational skills?? And even more of a relief when he discovers her actual identity.

Fans of humorous medieval romance with unlikely hero. And also like Christ A great improvement from the way things were going with this series! Begin with a tall young maiden fleeing forced matrimony by stealing one of tyis drunken brothers’ armor and sword in order to pretend to be a jurland guarding the simpering spoiled daughter of a medieval lord. When she finds out that she has been engaged to Colin of Berkhamshire, a man with the fiercest of reputations, she knows her stepmother has set it up so that she will be miserable.

This is one of the few that doesn’t involve time travel and is, instead, firmly rooted in a medieval England. If this book were a movie, it would be a romantic comedy. I just wish there had been more growth between the characters and I wish Ali would have gotten a spine, particularly in the scene where she is to fight with Colin.

But she’s forced to travel to him so their wedding can take place, and of course, she brings Alienore, known now as Sir Henri, with her and her entourage.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jan 12, Ivory rated it it was amazing.


No, what he is is a straightforward, uncomplicated, thick-as-a-plank warrior who loves the following things and the following things only: I kept reading she was such a lynm girl, but I saw none of that maybe a little at the end. Ahhh, smelly Colin of Berkhamshire.

Now, I’ll be honest, this book isn’t really kurand style. I just loved that. I had a difficult time with Ali: Then she discovers the bridegroom’s identity He is fierce, merciless, not that great to look at, and, generally, mannerless but it should be noted, not unchivalrous.


From This Moment on

Alienore hasn’t had the greatest life with her new nasty stepmother, but it reaches new lows when the woman agrees to betroth her kurlaand the infamous Butcher of Berhamshire, a man with the reputation so fierce that it scared away a large number of prospective brides. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

He though himself so ugly that somehow her running away from marriage to him was understandable. Have no idea how it got th What a complete and utter disappointment. Lady Isabeau was protecting her right and left and almost everyone saw through her lame-ass attempts. He’s a man’s man – he doesn’t dance, flatter, use fine table manners or know how to treat a woman. I laughed, a lot, and rooted for the those that were down Colin grunts out “I have manly business” while he bangs on the table for his food.

In this sweeping, emotional love story, Lynn Kurland takes us back to the thirteenth century–and all the passion and magnificence of medieval England Nov 29, Michelle rated it liked it Shelves: Then the second lynj is Colin knowing she’s female, trying to figure out why she’s hiding, why she’s being threatened, and what is going on. Alienore of Solonge knows two things as well–that fleeing not only Colin but also her scheming stepmother was the right thing to do. Oh, I so wished Froj could have slapped some sense into her.