The Bargain (Medieval Warriors Book 1) – Kindle edition by J.A. Templeton. Romance Kindle eBooks @ The Bargain By Julia Templeton – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read “The Bargain” by J.A. Templeton with Rakuten Kobo. The MEDIEVAL WARRIORS series is the story of twins Adelstan and Aleysia Cawdor, Saxon royalty.

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I was more worried for the life of the baby during it though I did wonder how she would be saved. Maybe I will change my view about him after I read the next book.

A Sense of Sin. I seem to enjoy this genre more in a historical scene.

The Bargain

An Earl by Any Other Name. Repetitive in places but not bad. Not great, but not bad either. Her, for the life of her brother. She gets a background and a lot of story time to just leave her out at the end. Open Preview See a Problem? I thought this was an engaging story May 15, Judith Sherrod rated it it was amazing.

I liked the first one I read called Somewhere in Time because it was templetno time travel romance book and I kinda like those,but this one was not but it was great though cause jluia was set in the times of Lords,Kings,Princessess and so on.

But as an erotic writer, she is well written. I sold six short stories to confession magazines, and felt like I was headed in the right direction when an untimely illness threw tempoeton wrench in my plans. The Wolf of Kisimul Castle. Aleysia thinks she’s only giving herself to save her brother but finds love and happiness in a bizarre situation.


The second book in The Bargain series by Julie Templeton. This is by far one of my favourite books. Feb 23, Christa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Rebecca Laffar-Smith rated it it was amazing Jul 15, Confessions of a Dangerous Lord.

The Conquest

Renaud tdmpleton to conquer Braemere but what he didnt bargain for was a woman that struck every nerve ending in his body. Simple story line with many classic components I love: Dec 05, Sammy rated it liked it Shelves: The Duke of Baragin. May 22, Jade rated it liked it. Started out as a wonderful medieval tale with the brother from The Bargain ; however, didn’t follow through as it started sounding more modern.

The Bargain – J.A. Templeton – Google Books

I will go on to read the next. She is to be scorted to her bethroted by the handsome knight Adelstan Cawdor. Ameera Feroz rated it it was amazing Jun 28, A Marriage Made in Scandal. Hard to care about any of the characters because their personalities were not developed. Ines Reid rated it really liked it Jun 03, The Devil of Dunakin Castle.

Wilda rated it it was amazing Apr 29, To ask other readers questions about The Bargainplease sign up. Norman knight Renaud de Wulf, battle-scarred and love-starved from a Saxon beauty Aleysia Cawdor is ripe and willing to do anything to protect her dear twin brother during a conquest that could strip her of her everything she has.


Her last resort is to enter into a sensual bargain with her worst enemy, and submit to his brutish ways. A Storm of Pleasure. To me, Templeton can not hold a candle to the mystery Sands puts into her historicals even if they’re starting to follow a pattern.

The first book in Julia Templeton’s The Bargain series. Janet rated it it was ok Nov 28, Soon my focus turned from writing to fighting an inflammable bowel disease that would eventually cost me my large intestine in a radical surgery.

I for one could finish this book in one sitting and still wanna read it again. It is just as good etmpleton just as steamy and leads you right into “The Conquest”.

Return to Book Page. I loved this book.

The main street included just the market, a tavern appropriately called The Stump and a church we attended each Sunday morning. Return to Book Page. It was one of my pet peeves in Outlander “cannae” omg enoughbut at least you got the sense Diana Gabaldon knew her stuff, whereas this just felt like a cheap attempt to make Rhiannon and the bargakn Scottish characters more “authentic. The Duke of Nothing.