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White Rose (War of the Roses) quotes White Rose (War of the Roses), litcharts White Rose (War of the Roses), symbolism White Rose (War of the Roses), summary shmoop White Rose (War of the Roses), White Rose (War of the Roses) a8c00a44 R Garcia Y Robertson S Delightful Saga Of Time Travel And Romance, Which Began With Knight Errant And Continued Through Lady Robyn, Grows Even Irresistible As Robyn Stafford, A Savvy Hollywood Exec Mystically Transplanted To Th Century England, Works Overtime To Secure Happiness And True Love Amidst The Fratricidal Madness Of The War Of The RosesOnce A Thoroughly Modern Californian And Former Miss Rodeo Montana , Robyn Has Come To Savor Her New Life As Lady Robyn Of Pontefract, Betrothed To The Dashing Young Edward Plantagenet, Earl Of March, Duke Of York, And Heir To The English Throne Temporarily Stranded Back In St Century, She Wastes No Time Getting Back To , Albeit With A Few Unexpected Bumps Along The WayBut Her Troubles Hardly End When She Makes It Back To Merrie Olde England And The Arms Of Her Beloved Knight Errant War Is In The Air, With A Rebellious Tudor Army Challenging Edward S Forces At Home, And A French Invasion Force Gathering In The North, Preparing To March On London Having Witnessed Firsthand The Deadly Realities Of Medieval Politics, Robyn Is In No Hurry To See Edward Claim The Throne, But, Like It Or Not, He Is The Heir Apparent, And Robyn Must Use All Her Wits To Keep Their Love Alive Even If It Means Inventing Tabloid Journalism Several Centuries Early Look Out, London Lady Robyn Has Returned, So The Middle Ages Had Best Mind Its Manners


10 thoughts on “White Rose (War of the Roses)

  1. says:

    I have finished the trio First some background In real history, Edward Of March becomes Edward IV and marries a commoner, Elizabeth Woodville who then demands favors and offices for her extended family making her very unpopular She had many sisters.In Mr Y Robertson s series, the entire clan of Woodvilles are called Wydvilles or Weirdvilles and characterized as a coven of witches determined to foil Edward s love, Lady Robyn who has slipped from our time into his time All their efforts to send her back to her own time fail as being a witch herself and determined to be with her love, she always finds her way back.In this one, her co worker, a thoroughly engaging character from our times hitches a ride to the middle ages, saving Lady Robyn s hide than once Lady Robyn finds herself pregnant Mad King Henry is captured by his wife, Queen Margaret, formerly in exile in Scotland, now trying to get back the throne for her child son She rampages the countryside finally coming to the gates of London With the backing of Lady Robyn the citizens refuse to surrender Meanwhile Lady Robyn has to get past the Wydville witches to get a message to her knight errant to come rescue the city.This novel ends leaving the reader hung up We do not get to see Lady Robyn s baby born We do not get to find out who wins this ongoing battle for the heart of Edward so far, Lady Robyn has his heart and in this alternate history that is the way the author chooses to leave it.Except for Lady Robyn s participation this novel is otherwise true to the history of the time as the entire sequence of events laid out in the novel are exactly as recorded in history Lady Robyn is a made up heroine with no real place in history.On the one hand, I hate being hung up without seeing how events played out On the other hand, given real history, I see no other way the author could have ended this sequel other than leaving the reader hopeful events play out well for Lady Robyn.I also congratulate this writer for his talent in getting into the mind and heart of a woman.I really feel like a woman had written this entire series rather than a man.


  2. says:

    Well, I didn t see THAT coming Wydville Woodville Robyn is presumably the unknown mother of three daughters by Edward, the first, as the book predicts, being called Grace see.Speaking as an uncritical reader, I was shocked and dismayed to find Elizabeth Wydville in Edward s bed, even in a witch s flight Members of a discussion group on another site were disappointed that there would not be a sequel to this third book Given that Edward was so nearly perfect in the trilogy until Elizabeth and given what we know about Edward, his philandering, and his dissipation I m glad to see the story end where it ends, with Robyn happy.Still, the trilogy left me wanting much of Robyn, or at least of Robertson and this charming little sub subgenre.


  3. says:

    Ahhhh stories about witches I never can resist them These modern day witches are sent back to another time where Kings and Queens ruled people rode horses for their means of transportation you know the midevil drill Mix it with pot smoking tight jean wearing witches well you get my drift Anyhow, this book is engaging and hokey enough to keep me going Not a show of masterful writing but makes for a beach read.


  4. says:

    the book was overal ok but i hate the ending, during witches night Edward slept with Elisabeth and Robyn just forgave him He wasn t even feeling guilty this wasn t how i thought he was.They didn t marry in the book and the baby isn t born by the end


  5. says:

    Robyn Stafford , former Miss Rodeo Montana , just wants to get married and live happily ever after , but that s proving to be a rather difficult ambition Because it s 1461 , and Robyn s fiance is Edward of March , Yorkist heir to the Throne of England , and currently at war with the Lancasters Robyn is of two minds if Edward succeeds , he ll be crowned but King of England is a very precarious perch in these times. If he fails , he ll be executed , and Robyn will be burned as a witch.What s a 21st century girl to do This time travel romance skillfully avoids the trap of portraying 15th century culture from a 21st century perspective , all the while telling a suspenseful tale Spoiler look in the history books to see how it all turns out.


  6. says:

    Love this series.


  7. says:

    Good series, it is a fantasy, so don t take it too seriously, but the historical references on the War of the Roses are reasonably accurate I enjoy time travel, so it was fun.


  8. says:

    This book was a disappointment after the other two


  9. says:

    Just really disappointed with how this trilogy ended.


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