A Vow to Keep PDF/EPUB ✓ A Vow ePUB ´

A Vow to Keep PDF/EPUB ✓ A Vow ePUB ´

A Vow to Keep [KINDLE] ✽ A Vow to Keep By Lana Williams – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk England 1245 Sir Royce de Bremont has spent his entire life plotting revenge against his traitorous uncle Kidnapping the man’s bride to be brings Royce one step closer to fulfilling his vow of venge England Sir Royce de Bremont has spent his entire life plotting revenge against his traitorous uncle Kidnapping the man’s bride to be brings Royce one step closer to fulfilling his vow of vengeanceLady Alyna of Montvue has no desire to marry nor to become a pawn in a game of vengeance Her only wish is to find a safe place to raise the orphan gifted with second A Vow ePUB ´ sight she vowed to protectThe beautiful lady and her precocious son make Royce long for a family of his own yet until he reclaims his birthright he has little to offer them Alyna soon realizes this bold knight has captured her heart but fears she’s merely part of his plan for revenge As passions rise Royce must choose vengeance or loveAvailable on Kindle Nook Kobo ibooks and in paperback.


About the Author: Lana Williams

Lana Williams is a USA Today Bestselling Author who writes historical romance filled with mystery adventure and a pinch of paranormal to stir things upHer latest series is The Seven Curses of London set in Victorian times and shares stories of men who attempt to battle the ills of London and the ladies they fall in love with who truly give them something worth fighting forHer first medieva.



10 thoughts on “A Vow to Keep

  1. WhiskeyintheJar WhiskeyintheJar says:

    She turned her head as Royce sat down on the step beside her “I was wondering where you’d gone” His warm gray eyes held hers with an intensity that took her breath away Only to you my lady”First thing first written well and obviously had an editor on the job Not always a given for a Kindle freebie many thanks Except for mentions of chain mail and swords didn't feel the time period It frankly got a bit boring predictable and hero and heroine don't really build a relationship as much as they see each other and are drawn It was ok


  2. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    There's a knight with gorgeous gray eyes a determined heroine an adorable boy layered secondary characters suspense treachery sacrifice everlasting love and one explicit sex scene It's set in 1249 in England told in 3rd person This medieval romance echoes the style of Julie Garwood and — to less extent — Judith McNaught Similarities and differences outlined further below along with minor uibblesPlot Lady Alyna and her adopted child Nicholas are kidnapped by Lord Royce to prevent her from wedding his treacherous uncle Royce his knights and his liege lord Alyna's grandfather strive to bring his uncle down by revealing his treasonous actions to King Henry III Royce also plans to regain his lands from his murderous uncle Little Nicholas is a seer and so is another character so their insights and visions help to outwit the weaselHow is this book reminiscent of a Julie Garwood historical you ask The beautiful courageous heroine brings peace and light to a crumbling castle sweeping away the cobwebs adding savory spices to the tasteless menu tending an herb garden healing the sick etc You see Patterned on The Bride where the heroine is a healer tending and reviving a dying soldier as Alyna tended Matthew in this book Alyna cleans the castle repair the tapestries always thinking she needs to prove her value via endless industry common to Jamie in The Bride and to almost all Garwood girls Also similar to Ransom with a kidnapped heroic boy Similar to The Prize where the heroine can defend herself with a slingshot compared to Alyna's wicked little knife Similar to Honor's Splendour where a beautiful heroine believes she is plain and unappealing due to her family's hurtful words How does it differ from Julie Garwood Where Garwood's girls make me chuckle Lady Alyna did not I didn't laugh at all actually Where some Garwood gals are ditzy remember Sara's parasols in The Gift Alyne is sensible This book feels less like an entertaining Tall Tale there are no unbelievable scenes of legendary strength endurance and courage Plus Garwood's girls usually have unfailing faith in their guys trusting in their integrity beyond reason but Alyna was given to doubt Royce Likewise where Garwood's heroes are always over the top alpha powerful mighty Royce was realistic credible Also where Garwood's heroes tend to strike swiftly and surely this hero Royce was far too slow to take action against insolent Sir Edward A Vow to Keep is also similar to Judith McNaught especially A Kingdom of Dreams where the hero is likewise named Royce and is likewise a knight of great valor The heroine's father is treacherous in both books It's different from McNaught too because McNaught always has a big misunderstanding and separation followed by a grovel scene Not so here with thanks to Lana WilliamsThe writing uality is good but sometimes not vivid enough Pace is swift Dialogue is decent Plot is coherent Characters stay in character but are not one dimensional Sentences are well constructed No typos Minimal swearing and profanity uibbles A little too much time is spent in the heroine's head This tends to wash the scene out impeding vividness and it slows the pace Also the story didn't seem original because the author invoked memories of too many other historicalsLittle Nicholas is the hero of the seuel called Trust In Me I think Hugh needs a romance too


  3. Romancing the Book Romancing the Book says:

    Reviewed by AndreaBook provided by the authorOriginally posted at Romancing the BookA lot of historical romances I’ve read start off slow introducing you to characters and set the scene A Vow To Keep starts off with a bang which I lovedLady Alyna has been asked to raise an orphan who has been gifted with second sight She takes on the task with gusto hoping to provide a home and family for the little boy who is now motherless When it has been revealed that Lady Alyna is to marry a man she despises and her son is not welcome she takes her fate into her own hands and plans to run away to her grandfather’s house with the hope that he can protect her Luckily for her Royce a knight in her grandfather’s employ has been tasked with kidnapping Alyna and rushing her to a far away castle On the way Royce and Alyna fall in love and like most romances they fight their feelings for most of the rest of the storyRoyce is an interesting character I just wish that Lana Williams had done something a bit surprising with him Royce is set on revenge against his Uncle who took his inheritance away Alyna is a way to do just that as she was supposed to marry him Of course Royce falls in love and well it all become a bit predicableThis story really started out great and even with it’s predicable storyline I still felt that it ended well Lana Williams is a great writer and I really fell for her characters


  4. Annie Annie says:

    Medieval romances just need to be back 'IN' because I've missed reading them If you love Julie Garwood Joanna Lindsey Judith McNaught or some of the other old school knights and castles authors you will enjoy this book This also has a touch of magic and a romance that builds perfectly The voice is soft and subtle the characters are strong self reliant and very wounded the medieval world is there but doesn't overshadow the story I also love when characters have to battle themselves and chose love over things like revenge or safety I love stories where the characters have to trust others besides themselves and of course chose love in order to do that This story delivers It was great to be on vacation and wander through time with this story Royce is as hot as he is on the cover not gonna lie I love a good cover and Alyna the heroine is interesting sassy and very protective of her charge This is a series but not continuous the next one is about the little boy in this book Nicholas the orphan with second sight and I can't wait to read his story next


  5. DeAnna Knippling DeAnna Knippling says:

    Okay I'm normally NOT a Medieval romance girl NOT This was good There's wit there's charm It's a pages fly by with your feet up on a bad day kind of bookThe thing that separated it out for me was the subplot with the annoying and incompetent relative who's set herself up as the chatelaine at Alayna's grandfather's house I wanted her dead This is going to sound strange and I don't know how better to put it but that subplot was like an exorcism of a bad day at an office job set in the 1200s You KNOW this woman You've worked with her She takes all the credit shifts all the blame can't get anything done has a ton of excuses and won't get out of the way so the people who can do their jobs can do them Maybe it makes me a petty person but I really enjoyed her getting a setdown It's been a while since I've had to deal with that type but it was still just as satisfying as if I'd been trying not to strangle someone yesterdayThe romantic aspects were good But that's what I really enjoyed out of it seeing this woman get what was coming to her


  6. Dianne Dianne says:

    Having read and loved all of Julie Garwood and Judith McNaught's medieval romances I thought it was highly unlikely I'd ever find another author eual to their high standards I am happy to say I was wrong I enjoyed A Vow to Keep as much as I did any of their books This is an incredibly good book It has been a long time since I have enjoyed a medieval romance as much as I did with this book It reminds me a great deal of my favourite Julie Garwood book Ransom In both books there is an adorable little boy who brought so much to the story I loved Nicholas as much as I did Alec in Ransom A Vow to Keep is a well written book that held my attention from start to finish The characters are believable and it was a delight to follow the development of the strong bond between Alyna Royce and Nicholas This was a most enjoyable book that I highly recommend


  7. Patrick Dawson Patrick Dawson says:

    I really enjoyed this book as an escape from my normal genre reads The characters were real making you love Royce and Alyna and dislike the villains won't spoil who The romantic tension was there throughout and the story made me want to read on The Medieval period was a perfect setting for the standard night in shining armor tale I could picture the story's settings in my mind I must admit it was not my normal genre for reading I came across the novel when I met Lana at a writers workshop where she presented I was glad I did because I was not disappointed in the read Just something fun and not serious I would recommend it Patrick award winning author Lessons in the Journey


  8. Ketan Ketan says:

    I received the book as a winner of a giveaway in exchange of an honest review Intriguing start nice plot magnificent characters very nicely written i finished the book in one sitting Looking forward for the other two books of the Vengeance Triology


  9. Ashley Mayer Ashley Mayer says:

    A Vow to Keep was a great story I loved the characters and the ending Lana Williams is a great author and I look forward to reading by her


  10. Ashley Cornell Ashley Cornell says:

    I really enjoyed this story It was written very well for the most part though I did notice some phrasing that was repeated too freuently When an author uses verbatim the same two sentences a few pages apart it takes me out of the storyHowever I really loved the characters and how you never really knew who you could trust I enjoyed seeing the character development of Royce and Alyna throughout the novel Nicholas was by far my favorite part of the story his character makes me want to read the next book to see how he develops I wasn't expecting much from this book based on the cover I know I know but it far exceeded my expectations


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10 thoughts on “A Vow to Keep

  1. WhiskeyintheJar WhiskeyintheJar says:

    She turned her head as Royce sat down on the step beside her “I was wondering where you’d gone” His warm gray eyes held hers with an intensity that took her breath away Only to you my lady”First thing first written well and obviously had an editor on the job Not always a given for a Kindle freebie many thanks Except for mentions of chain mail and swords didn't feel the time period It frankly got a bit boring predictable and hero and heroine don't really build a relationship as much as they see each other and are drawn It was ok

  2. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    There's a knight with gorgeous gray eyes a determined heroine an adorable boy layered secondary characters suspense treachery sacrifice everlasting love and one explicit sex scene It's set in 1249 in England told in 3rd person This medieval romance echoes the style of Julie Garwood and — to less extent — Judith McNaught Similarities and differences outlined further below along with minor uibblesPlot Lady Alyna and her adopted child Nicholas are kidnapped by Lord Royce to prevent her from wedding his treacherous uncle Royce his knights and his liege lord Alyna's grandfather strive to bring his uncle down by revealing his treasonous actions to King Henry III Royce also plans to regain his lands from his murderous uncle Little Nicholas is a seer and so is another character so their insights and visions help to outwit the weaselHow is this book reminiscent of a Julie Garwood historical you ask The beautiful courageous heroine brings peace and light to a crumbling castle sweeping away the cobwebs adding savory spices to the tasteless menu tending an herb garden healing the sick etc You see Patterned on The Bride where the heroine is a healer tending and reviving a dying soldier as Alyna tended Matthew in this book Alyna cleans the castle repair the tapestries always thinking she needs to prove her value via endless industry common to Jamie in The Bride and to almost all Garwood girls Also similar to Ransom with a kidnapped heroic boy Similar to The Prize where the heroine can defend herself with a slingshot compared to Alyna's wicked little knife Similar to Honor's Splendour where a beautiful heroine believes she is plain and unappealing due to her family's hurtful words How does it differ from Julie Garwood Where Garwood's girls make me chuckle Lady Alyna did not I didn't laugh at all actually Where some Garwood gals are ditzy remember Sara's parasols in The Gift Alyne is sensible This book feels less like an entertaining Tall Tale there are no unbelievable scenes of legendary strength endurance and courage Plus Garwood's girls usually have unfailing faith in their guys trusting in their integrity beyond reason but Alyna was given to doubt Royce Likewise where Garwood's heroes are always over the top alpha powerful mighty Royce was realistic credible Also where Garwood's heroes tend to strike swiftly and surely this hero Royce was far too slow to take action against insolent Sir Edward A Vow to Keep is also similar to Judith McNaught especially A Kingdom of Dreams where the hero is likewise named Royce and is likewise a knight of great valor The heroine's father is treacherous in both books It's different from McNaught too because McNaught always has a big misunderstanding and separation followed by a grovel scene Not so here with thanks to Lana WilliamsThe writing uality is good but sometimes not vivid enough Pace is swift Dialogue is decent Plot is coherent Characters stay in character but are not one dimensional Sentences are well constructed No typos Minimal swearing and profanity uibbles A little too much time is spent in the heroine's head This tends to wash the scene out impeding vividness and it slows the pace Also the story didn't seem original because the author invoked memories of too many other historicalsLittle Nicholas is the hero of the seuel called Trust In Me I think Hugh needs a romance too

  3. Romancing the Book Romancing the Book says:

    Reviewed by AndreaBook provided by the authorOriginally posted at Romancing the BookA lot of historical romances I’ve read start off slow introducing you to characters and set the scene A Vow To Keep starts off with a bang which I lovedLady Alyna has been asked to raise an orphan who has been gifted with second sight She takes on the task with gusto hoping to provide a home and family for the little boy who is now motherless When it has been revealed that Lady Alyna is to marry a man she despises and her son is not welcome she takes her fate into her own hands and plans to run away to her grandfather’s house with the hope that he can protect her Luckily for her Royce a knight in her grandfather’s employ has been tasked with kidnapping Alyna and rushing her to a far away castle On the way Royce and Alyna fall in love and like most romances they fight their feelings for most of the rest of the storyRoyce is an interesting character I just wish that Lana Williams had done something a bit surprising with him Royce is set on revenge against his Uncle who took his inheritance away Alyna is a way to do just that as she was supposed to marry him Of course Royce falls in love and well it all become a bit predicableThis story really started out great and even with it’s predicable storyline I still felt that it ended well Lana Williams is a great writer and I really fell for her characters

  4. Annie Annie says:

    Medieval romances just need to be back 'IN' because I've missed reading them If you love Julie Garwood Joanna Lindsey Judith McNaught or some of the other old school knights and castles authors you will enjoy this book This also has a touch of magic and a romance that builds perfectly The voice is soft and subtle the characters are strong self reliant and very wounded the medieval world is there but doesn't overshadow the story I also love when characters have to battle themselves and chose love over things like revenge or safety I love stories where the characters have to trust others besides themselves and of course chose love in order to do that This story delivers It was great to be on vacation and wander through time with this story Royce is as hot as he is on the cover not gonna lie I love a good cover and Alyna the heroine is interesting sassy and very protective of her charge This is a series but not continuous the next one is about the little boy in this book Nicholas the orphan with second sight and I can't wait to read his story next

  5. DeAnna Knippling DeAnna Knippling says:

    Okay I'm normally NOT a Medieval romance girl NOT This was good There's wit there's charm It's a pages fly by with your feet up on a bad day kind of bookThe thing that separated it out for me was the subplot with the annoying and incompetent relative who's set herself up as the chatelaine at Alayna's grandfather's house I wanted her dead This is going to sound strange and I don't know how better to put it but that subplot was like an exorcism of a bad day at an office job set in the 1200s You KNOW this woman You've worked with her She takes all the credit shifts all the blame can't get anything done has a ton of excuses and won't get out of the way so the people who can do their jobs can do them Maybe it makes me a petty person but I really enjoyed her getting a setdown It's been a while since I've had to deal with that type but it was still just as satisfying as if I'd been trying not to strangle someone yesterdayThe romantic aspects were good But that's what I really enjoyed out of it seeing this woman get what was coming to her

  6. Dianne Dianne says:

    Having read and loved all of Julie Garwood and Judith McNaught's medieval romances I thought it was highly unlikely I'd ever find another author eual to their high standards I am happy to say I was wrong I enjoyed A Vow to Keep as much as I did any of their books This is an incredibly good book It has been a long time since I have enjoyed a medieval romance as much as I did with this book It reminds me a great deal of my favourite Julie Garwood book Ransom In both books there is an adorable little boy who brought so much to the story I loved Nicholas as much as I did Alec in Ransom A Vow to Keep is a well written book that held my attention from start to finish The characters are believable and it was a delight to follow the development of the strong bond between Alyna Royce and Nicholas This was a most enjoyable book that I highly recommend

  7. Patrick Dawson Patrick Dawson says:

    I really enjoyed this book as an escape from my normal genre reads The characters were real making you love Royce and Alyna and dislike the villains won't spoil who The romantic tension was there throughout and the story made me want to read on The Medieval period was a perfect setting for the standard night in shining armor tale I could picture the story's settings in my mind I must admit it was not my normal genre for reading I came across the novel when I met Lana at a writers workshop where she presented I was glad I did because I was not disappointed in the read Just something fun and not serious I would recommend it Patrick award winning author Lessons in the Journey

  8. Ketan Ketan says:

    I received the book as a winner of a giveaway in exchange of an honest review Intriguing start nice plot magnificent characters very nicely written i finished the book in one sitting Looking forward for the other two books of the Vengeance Triology

  9. Ashley Mayer Ashley Mayer says:

    A Vow to Keep was a great story I loved the characters and the ending Lana Williams is a great author and I look forward to reading by her

  10. Ashley Cornell Ashley Cornell says:

    I really enjoyed this story It was written very well for the most part though I did notice some phrasing that was repeated too freuently When an author uses verbatim the same two sentences a few pages apart it takes me out of the storyHowever I really loved the characters and how you never really knew who you could trust I enjoyed seeing the character development of Royce and Alyna throughout the novel Nicholas was by far my favorite part of the story his character makes me want to read the next book to see how he develops I wasn't expecting much from this book based on the cover I know I know but it far exceeded my expectations

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