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What is this? The Old Religion? Celtic, Druid or maybe Ms Carroll just mixed up a brew of fantasy for her readers????

May 26, sabrina rated it did not like it Shelves: historical-fiction , romance. This book is more of a romance novel than a historical fiction.

While there's nothing inherently wrong with that, the relationship in it was so ridiculously unhealthy that I couldn't stand it. Renard claims Ariane as "his" multiple times, the first instance when they don't even know each other and it is clearly against her wishes.

He also kisses her a few times even after she has said no or has made it obvious that she doesn't want him to kiss her.

But it's all okay because she had feelings for This book is more of a romance novel than a historical fiction.

But it's all okay because she had feelings for him deep down. Yeah, no thanks. Also, the writing wasn't great lots of tell, no show and all the characters really got on my nerves.

I skimmed the rest of the book after around page ; it felt like it couldn't end soon enough. Aug 01, Lynn Spencer rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-romance.

Readers in recent years have complained that the rich, interesting historicals of the past are vanishing. As a reader, I certainly have found myself buying fewer books overall as the meaty historicals I loved started to be replaced by and large with homogenized wallpaper comedies.

Fortunately, there are still some good and interesting historicals out there if you look hard enough, and The Dark Queen is one of those great long sagas so many of us have been missing.

This is a partial review. You c Readers in recent years have complained that the rich, interesting historicals of the past are vanishing.

Aug 16, Caroline rated it liked it Shelves: historical-fiction. Fun book, but definitely way more of a romantic fluff than I was expecting.

If you're looking for something more like a political intrigue which is what I was hoping for , this definitely isn't the book.

If, however, you enjoy historical fiction with a fantastical twist, in this case witches, you'll probably enjoy this.

There are times when it definitely reads like a cheap romance, but luckily the plot is interesting enough that it doesn't rely on sex scenes to keep it going.

The characters are Fun book, but definitely way more of a romantic fluff than I was expecting. The characters are all interesting enough, as well, so that alone will make me want to read the other two books in the trilogy.

I recommend it as a light, fluffy read, but certainly not something to read as historically accurate or literary.

And definitely not for people unable to accept a bit of fantasy mixed into their historical fiction, because, according to this book, magic is real.

Dec 31, Lara rated it it was ok Shelves: z , zchallenge. This book took me a long time to get into, as it clearly was much more of romance than an historical, and the romance wasn't very interesting.

Carroll does a very nice job at making the Dark Queen herself an interesting and complex character. However, the hero did not start out very likeable or particularly unlikeable either.

And the heroine is rather simple in her personality--very serious and overwhelmed with her responsibilities. Each of her younger sisters get their own thread in the story This book took me a long time to get into, as it clearly was much more of romance than an historical, and the romance wasn't very interesting.

Each of her younger sisters get their own thread in the story, and it is clear that they have their one big drama that will resurface in their books later in the series.

However, I don't expect I'll be reading them. Sep 04, Shelley Stoker rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Light historical romance fans.

Shelves: historical-romance , paranormal-historical-romance. Jun 11, Cara Erskine added it. Although the true witches are those she defends against, she also faces the superstitious minds of the time, some of whom would brand her a witch as well.

She has no one to ask but the Comte de Renard, although she hesitates to do so because of both their mutual attraction and her uncertainty his intentions are as straightforward as he would have her believe.

Read more here Apr 09, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: historical , fiction , witches , catherine , de , medici. This is the first in a series, surrounding the Cheney sisters of Faire Isle.

The sisters are Ariane, Gabrielle and Miri, all daughters of the earth. Daughters of the earth are like good witches, white witches.

Although they can delve into the dark side, the black magic, as does The Dark Queen of the title - Catherine de Medici, who was called a witch during her time, and was rumored to be a first class poisoner.

The mother of the sisters, Evangaline, was a good friend of Catherine's, until they This is the first in a series, surrounding the Cheney sisters of Faire Isle.

The mother of the sisters, Evangaline, was a good friend of Catherine's, until they had a falling out.

Evangaline was called the Lady of Faire Isle and was designated the leader of the daughters of the earth, and was well respected and loved in her community.

Now that she is dead, her eldest daughter Ariane has taken on the mantle of the Lady of Faire Isle - not that she thinks that she is up to it!

Ariane is being doggedly wooed by Renard, a Count from the neighbouring lands, who has his own murky background.

Witch-hunters, magical talismans, and mystery are woven into the story, which encompasses the massacre of the Protestants on St Bartholemew's Eve.

Jul 20, Terri rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , historical-fiction. Ariane is the Lady of the Faire Isle.

She is a woman of the earth, a wise woman, a healer. Two men will change her life. And Catherine di Medici will try and destroy her.

The first man, The Comte Renard, arrogantly declares he will marry her, to the point where he has a wedding and she does not come.

His past is dark and he makes a bargain with Ariane that changes her life. The other is a man maed Remy who comes to her with poisoned gloves to try and have her prove that The Queen killed a woman.

T Ariane is the Lady of the Faire Isle. The determination of Catherine to get those gloves and stop Remy imperils Ariane, her sisters and many of the women of the island.

The book is full of politics, witch finders, romance, some magic, and fear. And kept me turning the pages. I look forward to the next in the series, featuring her sister Gabrielle Mar 22, Lynn Abbey rated it liked it Recommends it for: readers of romantic fantasy.

Shelves: fantasy , history-reimagined. While this is a charming and easy-reading tale, it's pretty much pure fantasy planted atop a few bits of 16th-Century French history.

And that would be fantasy in both the romantic and "magick" senses. Something Carroll admits readily in the preface.

Catherine d'Medici is the Dark Queen of the title but not the focus of the story, more the deux ex machina.

Catherine's one of those all-purpose historic queens Elizabeth I and Eleanor of Aquitaine also come to mind who can be villain or saint, d While this is a charming and easy-reading tale, it's pretty much pure fantasy planted atop a few bits of 16th-Century French history.

Catherine's one of those all-purpose historic queens Elizabeth I and Eleanor of Aquitaine also come to mind who can be villain or saint, depending on an author's need.

I didn't spot any glaring or specific anachronisms though virtually all the main characters have a notably "modern" feel. There are two more books in this series one each for the main character's younger sisters, I think.

I won't avoid reading them, but I won't go on a quest for them, either. Feb 22, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: remarkable-reads , fiction , own-in-book-format , read-in , family-relationships , historical-fiction , chicklit , sisters , romantic-fantasy , historical-fantasy.

I picked this book up at my local Borders because I enjoy historical fiction light on the history and heavy on the fiction.

This one was not exactly what I expected but it was still really enjoyable. I think if I owned a bookstore, I would place it in the romance section.

It really was a historical romance. I found it to be a really fun read and now I'm on to the second book in the trilogy: The Courtesan.

Jun 17, Lynette rated it it was ok Shelves: books-i-haven-t-finished. I expected this book to be very pro-women and pro-feminism.

However, when in the first few chapters your main female protagonist is forcibly kissed by her suitor whom she claims she doesn't want pursuing her and she's gasping and whatever, then that reads more like a bodice-ripper than pro-women.

Because clearly, she just doesn't know how amazing men are and has to be shown how much she wants love.

I couldn't continue. Aug 02, Annika Paxman rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this book! However, here is my disclaimer readers beware Jan 31, Cheap and Lazy rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , dark , regency-ish , not-standalone , magic.

Nice, long historical romance with a bit of magic. The dialog inner and outer occasionally wanders into anachronistic.

The cast is fairly large, the premise somewhat complex, and the story took several dark turns which I did not enjoy as they were vivid and heartbreaking compared to most romances Nice, long historical romance with a bit of magic.

The cast is fairly large, the premise somewhat complex, and the story took several dark turns which I did not enjoy as they were vivid and heartbreaking compared to most romances--where this book ought to be shelved.

Anyway, as to the characters, Renard is an excellent hero, larger than life, sexy, powerful, insistent, but with remarkable gentleness and humor.

Ariane is a believable heroine in her circumstances: vulnerable, fallible, confused. She gains strength as she is tested throughout the book.

The personalities of her two sisters, Gabriella and Miriam, come through just as clearly, as do other key characters, including the Dark Queen.

I expect to read more about everyone in the following books of the series. Aug 26, Margaret rated it it was ok. I have very mixed reactions to this book.

On the positive side, I did basically like and could mostly relate to the main character, Ariane. She's grieving, has two sisters depending on her, and she deeply feels her responsibilities.

I even, for the most part, liked the hero and the setting I do enjoy historical settings with a bit of fantasy mixed in, at least a lot of the time.

That said, even when I could understand the reasons some of the characters did things they did, and most of the time I have very mixed reactions to this book.

I'd get sufficiently irritated that it would take me out of the story. I did finish the book, although I was tempted not to, because I liked the characters enough to want to know what happened.

I don't know if I will read any of the other books in the series or not. I might try the second one, at least, because I did like Gabrielle as a character.

But I think I'll give myself a break from this series and read a few other things first. Mar 06, Meredith rated it it was ok.

I actually found this book at the 99 cent store, so that kind of says a little something about the quality overall. Unfortunately, I couldn't really finish the book because the chapter I ended off on was really just filler and I got bored quickly.

It was an alright book in my opinion but it crammed way more romance in than I was initially expecting, most of it being either forced, predictable or unhealthy.

I also feel like some of the smut parts were just there for shock factor and served no pur I actually found this book at the 99 cent store, so that kind of says a little something about the quality overall.

I also feel like some of the smut parts were just there for shock factor and served no purpose towards development or the plot as a whole.

I think the only thing that kept me invested for the most part, anyway was the fantastical element. Other than that the writing wasn't the best and from what I've heard the book isn't very historically accurate I can't really give my opinion on this matter since I know virtually nothing about Renaissance France.

Heck, I didn't even know Catherine de' Medici was a real person until I read some of the reviews! Overall I'd just give a solid two stars since I liked the book just a smidge, but not enough to bump it up to a three.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I picked up this book because it touches on genres I enjoy: fantasy, magic, herbalism, as well as history.

It started well enough but very quickly dissolved into such saccharine dribble that I struggled to complete the novel.

How unsurprising to find that this author, despite arguing throughout that a woman does not need a man to complete her, resolves her novel with the woman needing the man.

Add in some sloppy editing a character is riding both a mare and a gelding in the same sc 1. Aug 06, Gretchen rated it really liked it.

I love the idea of this society of "the Daughters of the Earth". I could not put this book down I am now heavily invested in the Cheney family - I immediately ordered the next 2 books and want to hear of their future and the adventures of more Daughters of the Earth.

Feb 06, Jenny rated it really liked it Shelves: series , historical-fiction , romance. I bought this at a library sale thinking it was historical fiction.

There is some history, some fantasy and some romance. I enjoyed it very much and will be looking into the other two books in the series. May 13, melanie added it Shelves: fantasy , historical , romance , dnf.

Aug 15, Lori Winslow rated it really liked it. I enjoy reading about healing witches and not evil witch battles, and since this was mostly good witch stuff, I liked this book.

I picked this book up because of the Catherine deMedici inclusion, but I enjoyed the story itself so much, I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy.

Jun 23, ReneeW rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-renaissance. Jan 21, Lynn Pohlman rated it liked it Shelves: books-read , carroll-susan.

Interesting historical romance set during The Dark Queen's reign in France. Even though her height is stated to be six-feet tall on her profile screen in the arcade game which would mean she is actually smaller than the Battletoads , she normally appears to be of a tremendous size in the classic games, usually roughly four times the height of the Battletoads.

In Battletoads , the Dark Queen only has one special move: spinning until she turns into a tornado.

How much damage is done to the player is based on how fast she is spinning; if she is about to turn into a tornado, minor damage is done, major damage will be done if she is completely spinning.

If you happen to get close to her and don't use any moves, she will use her leg to kick you. The Dark Queen usually appears between stages to mock and taunt the Battletoads, but she also possesses powerful magical abilities to fight back with.

In the first game, her primary attack consists of turning into a tornado and attempting to hit the player. She will also attack by emerging from the flame and throwing fireballs.

Usually, fighting the Dark Queen isn't very challenging, especially compared to reaching her. The Dark Queen does not appear as a boss in the Game Boy or arcade games.

However, she appears in Stage 3 of the arcade, in which she watches the fight between the 'Toads and Scuzz 's Robo Rat , mocking and laughing at the 'Toads whenever they get hit and panicking when the Robo-Rat gets damaged.

In the reboot the Dark Queen serves as a supporting character, having lost all of her powers and being locked away for 26 years inside of a vault on a abandoned carnival.

During her confinement she created both Holidays and Bratty , having been planning on getting her revenge on the Topians for locking her and removing her powers.

Upon being released by the Battletoads she suggests forming an alliance, helping the group during the game to fight their common enemy. She fights and easily overwhelms Zitz and Pimple by turning into a black tornado.

At one point her minions are referred to as the "Beast Police. Sign In Don't have an account?

In the first game, her primary attack consists of turning into a tornado and attempting to hit the player. She will also attack by emerging from the flame and throwing fireballs.

Usually, fighting the Dark Queen isn't very challenging, especially compared to reaching her. The Dark Queen does not appear as a boss in the Game Boy or arcade games.

However, she appears in Stage 3 of the arcade, in which she watches the fight between the 'Toads and Scuzz 's Robo Rat , mocking and laughing at the 'Toads whenever they get hit and panicking when the Robo-Rat gets damaged.

In the reboot the Dark Queen serves as a supporting character, having lost all of her powers and being locked away for 26 years inside of a vault on a abandoned carnival.

During her confinement she created both Holidays and Bratty , having been planning on getting her revenge on the Topians for locking her and removing her powers.

Upon being released by the Battletoads she suggests forming an alliance, helping the group during the game to fight their common enemy.

She fights and easily overwhelms Zitz and Pimple by turning into a black tornado. At one point her minions are referred to as the "Beast Police.

Sign In Don't have an account? But this is a time when women of ability are deemed sorceresses, when Renaissance France is torn by ruthless political intrigues, and all are held in thrall to the sinister ambitions of Queen Catherine de Medici.

Then a wounded stranger arrives on Faire Isle, bearing a secret the Dark Queen will do everything in her power to possess. The only person Ariane can turn to is the comte de Renard, a nobleman with fiery determination and a past as mysterious as his own unusual gifts.

Riveting, vibrant, and breathtaking, The Dark Queen follows Ariane and Renard as they risk everything to prevent the fulfillment of a dreadful prophecy even if they must tempt fate and their own passions.

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More filters. Sort order. Jun 03, Kat Kennedy rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Those interested in reading light semi-historicallyish romance uber smut.

Shelves: kat-s-book-reviews , kat-s-rants , just-plain-bad. What I expected from this book: I fairly historical account of court life surrounding Catherine de'Medici circa 's with a love story thrown in for good measure.

What this book is: A romance novel based around with a lot of imaginative additions and a lot of historical subtractions.

Now it's not the book's fault that it wasn't what I wanted it to be. It can hardly rewrite itself just because I had a misconception of what the story was about.

But I still couldn't stand it, and I think if I tr What I expected from this book: I fairly historical account of court life surrounding Catherine de'Medici circa 's with a love story thrown in for good measure.

But I still couldn't stand it, and I think if I tried to read it again, knowing what I was getting myself into, then it would still annoy me and this is why: This book is very PRO-feminism, which I am ALL for, believe me.

Yey Women! Our heroine is a "Daughter of the Earth" Read: witch because she could not possibly be bound but cultural or religious norms of the day.

However, she meets our hero who is a mysterious, ruggedly handsome Comte, Renard, who attempts to force her hand in marriage.

Catherine de'Medici is also a dark sorcerer and she is the main villain of the novel. So why does it fail to whip up a feminine frenzy in me?

Well, first of all, it's so heavy handed! It's all about the women. In an age known for locking them up and having little tolerance for magic.

These women roam free, are reknowned as witches and have a whole island that is pretty much culturally detached from the rest of the world.

Men are sarcastically berated from their limited worldview, the heroine is working to keep herself and her sisters free from the world, there's a big deal with the second sister moaning on about how women can't do anything without sex and how none of her skills are valuable in the world because she's a woman blah, blah, blah.

Please embrace the fine art of subtlety. The Brick of Feminist Dogma has been engaged enough in the first 70 pages of this book to last a lifetime.

Second of all, do not put all this stuff in there only to rip it all away with the actions of your characters. Your heroine is a strong female character, but it's okay for the hero to kiss her twice without permission and to insist on her marrying him because It's like you're saying that women just don't know what's best for them and so it's okay for their hero to come along and show them what's right.

I mean, don't get me wrong - just about everyone comes along and tells him he's a very, very bad man. But, luckily, he just keeps pluggin' away at it because if he didn't then that pesky woman would make her own choices and miss out on his sexy manliness and we just can't go having that, now can we?

Oh and let's not forget that we've taken one of the more amazing, intelligent and determined historical women of history and reduced her to a petty villain who has only risen to power NOT because she's ambitious, clever and incredible - no she's done it through sorcery, fear and cruelty.

To sum up, the writing is meh, the characters are meh, the historical element isn't very good. It's basically just a really light read for people who don't want to think and aren't expecting brilliance.

One more thing that really, really annoys me is that she's a witch. People find out about that and you're about as good as charcoal.

You'd think you'd be a little quiet about your abilities. Well, no. Arienne is about as subtle as the author. A stranger travels from miles and miles away because he's heard of her.

Everyone on the island she lives on knows about her. People on the mainland know about her. Fuck it, the whole world knows about her.

Good thinking there. Real clever. You're not likely to end up a crispy critter at all. Let me know how you go with that.

Actually, don't - because to do that, I'd have to finish reading you and the other two books in the trilogy and I'm not at all interested in doing that.

View all 9 comments. Jul 13, Laura rated it did not like it Shelves: borrowed-from-public-library. Books like this are the reason I'm glad I use the library and don't pay for books unless I know for a fact that they are wonderful.

This one begins well enough, and reviews raved about how great it was, an awesome historical fiction, etc. I began to get suspicious when there were mentions of flashing eyes and a woman that didn't want to marry a mysterious stranger.

But no, other people said it was better than that Philippa Gregory can pull off historical fiction with a BIT of well-written sex, not a crappy romance with a bit of historical fiction.

Why can't anyone else? View 1 comment. Jan 15, Sarah Mac rated it it was ok Shelves: zzz , sheep-tsunami , reviewed , cheesy-like-cheesy-poofs , read-regifted , paperback-swap , zzzleftovers-completed.

In short: YAWN. May 27, Natasa rated it liked it Shelves: french-history , fantasy , catherine-de-medici.

I sped through this novel, barely able to put it down, but by the end, I was a little sick of it.

I was hoping it would be more historical. Or at least somewhat believable. Instead, it is a fantasy tale of witches and magic rings and potions.

The romantic side was enjoyable, and the characters were very likable. Mar 19, Brooke rated it did not like it. If I wasn't the daughter of a librarian, I would have stopped after 50 pages.

Nothing that I love more than historical fiction but when you turn it into a tawdry romance between completely average characters, no thanks.

Won't be reading the rest of this series like I did with vampire academy last year, I learned my lesson! Sep 16, Karin Gastreich rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , fantasy.

I found this on the historical fiction shelf at the book store, but don't let the marketing department fool you: The Dark Queen is fantasy romance, through and through.

This is the best kind of romance though, where the characters rise above the stereotypes to deliver a truly engaging story.

Ariane is my kind of heroine: thoughtful, intelligent, courageous yet prudent. She's the archetypal Big Sister in the way she tries to shoulder the burdens of all the world, but that only makes her more symp I found this on the historical fiction shelf at the book store, but don't let the marketing department fool you: The Dark Queen is fantasy romance, through and through.

She's the archetypal Big Sister in the way she tries to shoulder the burdens of all the world, but that only makes her more sympathetic.

Her sisters Gabrielle and Miri are each charming in their own way, and her would-be suitor Renard is delightful as the Oaf with a good heart and a dark past.

The story is laced with magic, and the history of the Daughters of the Earth provides a compelling backdrop. Given the title, I'd really hoped to see more of Ariane's nemesis, Catherine de Medici.

Unfortunately, Catherine is only given a handful of scenes and never quite evolves past the image of cardboard villainess, despite Carroll's attempts to give her some depth.

I will almost certainly pick up the sequel to find out about Gabrielle's coming adventures in the court of Catherine.

Recommended for everyone who likes historical romantic fantasy with a touch of magic. During the final boss fight, she only has one special move besides basic kicks, spinning until turning into a tornado and then attempting to hit the player how much damage is done to the player is based on how fast she is spinning.

After her defeat, the Dark Queen flees into space, "retreating into the shadowy margins of the galaxy to recoup her losses. In Battletoads in Battlemaniacs , the returning Dark Queen has partnered with the vengeful computer engineer Silas Volkmire to kidnap Zitz and Michiko Tashoku, the daughter of the President of the Psicone Corporation, creators of the computer-generated portal Gamescape, intending to transform the entire world into Gamescape Kingdom over which they would rule together.

The other two 'Toads showdown with the Dark Queen again, this time at her Dark Tower, During the boss fight, she teleports and attacks the players with magical projectiles from staff.

After her defeat, she flees again "to the outer reaches of the Universe," vowing revenge. Together, they use a mysterious energy beam from outer space to render Earth's military might powerless and use a giant spaceship called the Colossus to take over the Earth.

The Battletoads join up with Billy and Jimmy Lee, otherwise known as the Double Dragons, to once again foil her plans.

Once "beaten and humbled," she makes her escape into space, promising to return. In it, she was "sexed up a bit for the allegedly more mature arcade crowd," [17] having her erect nipples visible through her outfit and a breast bounce effect.

During the gameplay parts, she only appears as a holographic projection in the third stage, where she is watching the boss fight between the 'Toads and Scuzz's Robo-Rat.

She returns in the Battletoads reboot , albeit in a radically redesigned, desexualized appearance. The Dark Queen also appears in the Battletoads tie-in comic printed in Nintendo Power , and in the games' abortive cartoon adaptation of which only the pilot episode was produced.

The Dark Queen was well received by critics upon her introduction, having been twice nominated by Nintendo Power for the Nintendo Power Awards in the category villain of the year for and The Dark Queen particularly contrasted with Nintendo 's Princess Peach , as, according to 64 Magazine , "in this game, the token female wasn't some bland princess pleading for rescue, but instead a leather clad dominatrix embarked on world domination.

According to UGO, "not only was the Dark Queen revolutionary, she was also dead sexy - possibly the hottest babe of the 8-bit era ".

Clarke of Topless Robot stated she "rivals Sin ' s Elexis Sinclaire and Soulcalibur ' s Ivy for sheer cleavage" [44] and Hardcore Gaming described her as "basically a sexy Shredder ".

Previewing Battletoads in Battlemaniacs , GamePro praised the series' "cartoony, bizarre, radical style" and how the "gorgeous character sprites endow the 'Toads and their foes with personality and attitude," noting "the Dark Queen definitely has more hex appeal than ever.

I guess if you think your show wont live to see a full season, might has well have a character with big boobs that lives in a penis shaped castle.

Raze described her as "one bitch who deserves to die" [6] and the original game's ending where the Battletoads "simply just allow her to escape" was included on the list of ten biggest ending letdowns in video game history by Danny Gallagher of SPIKE.

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