- By Karolyn Cairns

Tristan's Loins

  • Title: Tristan's Loins
  • Author: Karolyn Cairns
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 184
  • Format: ebook
  • Tristan s Loins Aspiring author Selene Weston didn t have a clue about how to write a romance novel She created Tristan de Montfort a twelfth century hero who embodied everything she felt important in a man Somethi

    Aspiring author, Selene Weston didn t have a clue about how to write a romance novel She created Tristan de Montfort, a twelfth century hero who embodied everything she felt important in a man Something makes Tristan real Soon,he is jumping out of the pages and rewriting his own destiny from her desktop He isn t happy with his snooty heroine, or the happy ending SeleneAspiring author, Selene Weston didn t have a clue about how to write a romance novel She created Tristan de Montfort, a twelfth century hero who embodied everything she felt important in a man Something makes Tristan real Soon,he is jumping out of the pages and rewriting his own destiny from her desktop He isn t happy with his snooty heroine, or the happy ending Selene has planned.

    1 thought on “Tristan's Loins

    1. The book started out really well - super humorous, not taking itself too seriously - which is a good thing, because the whole plot line is crazy & laughableAn author is writing a romance novel when suddenly her main character comes to life The whole thing took a nosedive as the novel started to get too serious. If the book had stayed light-hearted and humorous, the entire strolling would have benefitted.The errors also affected my enjoymentLots of contraction issues and redundancy.Some of My [...]

    2. I was pleasantly surprised. This was an enjoyable read. I will point out that it is NOT erotica, despite the unfortunate title.

    3. I was intrigued by the plot and found the book to be quite good overall. However, I must in all honesty say, that I agree whole-heartedly with some of the previous reviews. First off, the title is awful and does nothing for the actual story, giving the impression that you are about to read a sexually explicit erotic tale which is not the case. I found the sexual encounters between characters to be tastefully executed, not too overtly graphic, and kept in line within the flow of the book. Don’t [...]

    4. Aside from my HATING the title, and the NUMEROUS errors, I have to say that I LOVED the plot! It was a quick read, and I caught myself laughing out loud a couple times. On the whole it was a pretty good story, but as a fanatic about spelling/ punctuation errors it drove me crazy!!!!! If not for the errors, I would probably rank this at a 4 or 5 star.

    5. I have to sayI thought the story was boring in the beginning. But once you got pass the foundation work of the book the story really opened up. I love the romance and drama. Her friends seemed like friends in real life, selfish yet true. Tristan was WOWjust made me melt with all the love and attention. Would love to read more of these two and there adventure in life. Great book!

    6. One of my favorites from her. Most of her other books can be like a soap opera with som many things going on,and not in a bad way either. But this book was really good. I have read it more than a few times.

    7. Good story. Good characters. Slow start & I found myself skipping large chunks of text as the author developed secondary characters & inconsequential sub-plots. But the premise was beautifully written & the ending was a tearful happy ever after. :)

    8. Selene starts out writing a novel with an Medevil Englishlord she names Tristan. Who somehow becomes real with the help of a magical ring. Selene has to teach Tristan to have fun and all about the modern world. They both fall in love.

    9. I liked the story. I thought it was nicely written. I enjoyed the happy ending, but i would have liked knowing about the baby.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *