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The Moon in The Water (Heron, #1) An Historical Saga Set During The English Civil War And Telling The Story Of Two Star Crossed Lovers.This Is The First Of Pamela S Civil War Series Pamela Did Extensive Research Into Her Writings To Give An Accurate Portrayal Of Life In 17th Century England During The Civil War Her Fictional Family, The Herons, Live In Suffolk England In Goldhayes Manor The Family Is Caught Up In The War, And They Fight For The King, Against Parliament The Book Richly Describes The Battles In Which The Herons Are Involved Many Of The Characters That Interact With The Family Are Real, As Are The Events In Which The Family Takes Part In There Is A Romance Between Two Of The Main Characters, Thomazine And Francis Heron, Who Are Cousins Thomazine, However, Was Betrothed To Another Cousin, Dominic Drakelon, When She Was 10, And The Resulting Conflict Gives This Story Much Suspense, And Appeal.


10 thoughts on “The Moon in The Water (Heron, #1)

  1. says:

    A promising though snail paced start kept me interested initially, but by three quarters in, the story became a hot mess, with cartoonish, one dimensional characters, and predictable, contrived, plot twists and turns Moreover, this is the second book in a row I have read recently where the so called romance between the protagonists lacked the passion and fire that would make me overlook all the weaknesses of the story I am not talking about salacious, bodice ripping scenes not that there is a A promising though snail paced start kept me interested initially, but by three quarters in, the story became a hot mess, with cartoonish, one dimensional characters, and predictable, contrived, plot twists and turns Moreover, this is the seco...


  2. says:

    Nope Block paragraphs with a crawling pace, talking head conversations to establish the setting as Past History, lengthy set up with the primary MCs as a bunch of precocious kidsand apparently all this drags on until a clif...


  3. says:

    A marriage of true minds.but so many impediments Left orphaned but wealthy at age ten with her wardship sold to her cousin Simon Heron, Thomazine joins her cousins at the family s estate, Goldhayes Although she loves all of Simon s children, third son Francis has a special place in her heart and they form an unbreakable bond while children that only intensifies when Francis returns from college The elder Simon dies and the estate and Thomazine s wardship is now run by Francis elder an A marriage of true minds.but so many impediments Left orphaned but wealthy at age ten with her wardship sold to her cousin Simon Heron, Thomazine joins her cousins at the family s estate, Goldhayes Although she loves all of Simon s children, third son Francis has a special place in her heart and they form an unbreakable bond while children that only intensifies when Francis returns from college The elder Simon dies and the estate and Thomazine s wardship is now run by Francis elder and very intractable brother Simon Thomazine must now find a way to convince Simon to break the betrothal to her cousin Dominic Drakelon made when she was ten , as well as to mend the deep enmity between the two brothers so that she and Francis can marry As the tensions between King Charles and Parliament heat up into Civil War, the women and children of Goldhayes retreat to the easier defended Ashcott, Thomazine s...


  4. says:

    I stumbled across this book by accident when I was younger It was actually in a pile of garage sale stuff I was marking, and by some fortunate mistake, I got really bored and started to read it And then I was hooked and couldn t put it down It s the story of a young girl who is sent to live with her cousins, and the book follows her through a romance with her cousin and the trials the family faces during the English civil war Belle really makes the history come alive with a fascinating story I stumbled across this book by accident when I was younger It was actually in a pile of garage sale stuff I was marking, and by some fortunate mistake, I got really bored and started to read it And then I was hooked and couldn t put it down It s the story of a young girl who is sent to live with her cousins, and the book follows her through a romance with her cousin and the trials the family faces during the English civil war Belle really makes the history come alive wit...


  5. says:

    Thomazine was born heiress to the lands and fortune of the Heron dynasty, and she was born under a dark and troublesome star Orphaned at ten years old, growing to womanhood in a family of cousins, these were the young years when she met the headstrong Francis, the years when they both dreamed of the mystic uniform But the sweep of the times was against them Francis was banished and imprisoned Thomazine forced into black and loveless wedlock, and the onrush of beating drums and naked stee Thomazine was born heiress to...


  6. says:

    It was a joy to discover this book and to know that I have manyPamela Belle books still to look forward to The Moon in the Water is the first of her Heron series, following the story of Thomazine Heron and her family, and is set during the English Civil War.When Thomazine, our narrator, is orphaned at the age of ten, her father s cousin, Sir Simon Heron, becomes her guardian Arriving at Sir Simon s estate of Goldhayes in Suffolk, Thomazine settles into her new life and gets to know the o It was a joy to discover this book and to know that I have manyPamela Belle books still to look forward to The Moon in the Water is the first of her Heron series, following the story of Thomazine Heron and her family, and is set during the English Civil War.When Thomazine, our narrator, is orphaned at the age of ten, her father s cousin, Sir Simon Heron, becomes her guardian Arriving at Sir Simon s estate of Goldhayes in Suffolk, Tho...


  7. says:

    I think part of the problem was that the main character was a little girl for too long I lost interest in her voice, which didn t seem to develop as slowly she aged Having her as the narrator only exacerbated the problem By the time she and her true love confessed their feelings towards each other which we foresaw like 150 pages ago , the scene was so unconvincing, and the outcome so predictable, I d had enough.Decided not to finish it...


  8. says:

    Is this historical fiction, or historical romance The heart of the story is the love story of Thomazine and Francis Thomazine Heron is a orpahn who goes to live with her cousins at Goldhayes She becomes best friends with Lucy and a co conspiritor with the rebellious Francis Francis is sent away, and when he comes back they fall in love This book is set against the English Civil War and is one of my favorites.I know Constance won t give it 5 stars because she feels Belle s Francis is a poor Is this historical fiction, or historical romance The heart of the story is the love story of Thomazine and Francis Thomazine Heron is a orpahn who goes to live with her cousins at Goldhayes She becomes best friends with Lucy and a co conspirit...


  9. says:

    One of my favorite romance novels I m on my second copy of this novel and it is in pretty bad condition at this point In a lot of respects Moon In The Water is a fairly predictable family saga featuring an orphaned heiress who falls in love with the most unsuitable of her cousins after she becomes a member of the household A lot of romance novel conventions are piled on, but it never becomes tedious There are twonovels in this sequence and some of the over the top manufactured conflict One of my favorite romance novels I m on my second copy of this novel and it is in pretty bad condition at ...


  10. says:

    A good if sometimes predictable family historical romance, set against the backdrop of the English Civil War Some really fantastic characters, some truly heart wrenching moments the protagonist is young and privileged and it shows, but you e...


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