So Speaks the Heart

So Speaks the Heart

Born a wealthy French heiress but betrayed into bondage, Brigitte de Louroux swears she will never be any man's slave. Rugged and powerful Rowland of Montville sees only a beautiful enchantress in peasant's rags--a wench to serve his every need. Defenseless against his unbridled passions, Brigitte is forced to yield her innocence to the desires the warrior lord arouses in her heart. But her surrender will vanquish the handsome knight--awakening within him a love as mighty and relentless as his conquering sword.

Title:So Speaks the Heart
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780380814718
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  • Chitra *CJ*

    "So Speaks the Heart" is the story of Brigitte and Rowland.Be-warned: This is a bodice ripper. The meh and negatives: The book begins and we are introduced to our h who is being forced into servitud...

  • Azet

    The blistering Epic Love-Tale about the hardened and fear-less Warrior Rowland of Montville who will mistake the Golden-haired and stubborn Lady Brigitte of Louroux for a slave, and he will take her a...

  • KatieV

    This seems to be a love it/hate it type of book. I loved it! Rowland had a vulnerability that sets him apart from the typical bodice-ripper alpha.***Spoilers****He does rape her once, but it's not bru...

  • Miss Fifi

    3.633 Nottttttttt-Enoughhhhhhhh-Babe! Stars*no idiots were killed during the writing of this review*well...well... since my reviewing skill is so low that it drops off the scale altogether, am gonna m...

  • Zeek

    One of my least favorite of JL’s oldies, I still consider it just okay.Brigette is forced to live as a scullery because her half brothers Aunt who has come to live in their household while her broth...

  • Elizabeth

    This waste of Amazonian forest was not only awful, nonsensical and so bad it remained forever bad, but also exhaustingly, thunderously boring. One could not even seek refuge in the blessings of trashy...

  • Noelle

    "So Speaks The Heart" reminded me of why I love the older Johanna Lindsey books. It takes place in France A.D. 972 and she does a great job in her discriptions of the castle, keep , the knights and th...

  • Irene

    Not as scandalous as one might hope, considering the hero believes the heroine to be his serf, but a fun story nevertheless. There is chemistry between Brigitte and Rowland but I wouldn’t consider t...

  • Elle

    This is one of those stories where I just didn't think the heroine ever did enough to help herself. She starts the story virtually the slave of her evil, greedy aunt. Auntie Druoda (what a name!) is t...

  • Sue Lyndon

    This novel started out a little rough for me because I was a taken aback by Rowland's inital treatment of Bridgette. But considering the horrible childhood Rowland had, it was a wonder he didn't behav...