I thought I'd start a new thread, since the other one was getting rather lengthy with loading with nearly posts from here. Updated: A list of all found books on this thread can be found here. A list of guesses of books on this thread can be found at Post Driving me crazy trying to find this book: it was a romance, Historical I think For some reason I do not recall But he is just injured, His portrait hangs in the bedroom and he comes to the room at night pretending to be a ghost and appears to walk out of the portrait.
They talk each night, he is trying to drive her out of his home, but she has no choice but to stay as she has been sent there almost as a prisoner or exile. X goes away somewhere before the book starts, and the heroine wants to lose weight and generally make herself over before he returns.
The heroine meets another man we'll call him Y at a party near the beginning of the book, and I believe they start going out so that she can gain some experience in preparation for her reunion with X. At some point, she goes to a wedding or something like that and gets to know some footballers' wives. Also, she has a sister-in-law, who lives in the same house and is nasty to her. As I vaguely recall, the cover had flower petals and a mouth on it, if that helps. Sorry, I think I initially posted this in the wrong place: I'm trying to find a series of books involving a black-haired catholic heroine marrying an autocratic hero.
The setting is coastal, historical US. Their book involves the heroine having twins, a hurricane, and hiding on an island near the family plantation. I remember two other books in the series although I think that there were more. One of the twin daughters wants to join a convent, but the father is outraged and sends her to marry a distant relative in Brazil.
She ends up married to an invalid and is involved with the invalid's brother. The other daughter marries someone from a nearby plantation but it's a bad marriage, the husband dies, and she falls in love with someone else. Hello, everyone, I'm a newbie to this group and website but I've also been trying to find a romance novel I read when I was a teenager.
I think it was published in the late 80's or early 90's. I don't remember either the title or author but somewhat the premise. I'm so sorry if it's sketchy but here goes: the book is a historical romance novel that takes place in either Oregon or Washington in the late 19th century. She doesn't really like him at all. I've been looking everywhere for this book. I'm not sure if it's a past harlequin historical title, or an early Avon or Zebra historical book.
If anybody knows this book please let me know. I'll also try to work on others' requests for info. I know what it's like to have that crazed "obsessed" feeling. Looking for a book I read sometime between and , dont remember when exactly, I was at a library. I really hope you all can help me. I don't remember much about it, but here's what I do know: -The H wears a lot of black, and it seems like he's dark as well.
In fact no one at the castle is happy about the H's presence -I think I remember the h has been running the castle by herself for a while now-though I may be getting that from another book. I read this book years ago.
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I really hope someone can help! I seem to run across that book everytime I try to search for this book! The heroine was a nurse in the civil war and was a year later down on her luck. She answers an add for a wife and meets the man she thinks she will be marrying. Turns out to not be him, but his brother, whom she instantly dislikes.
Hope this helps, but I have seen quite a few books with a discription close to this. There are some websites that allow you to search by historical era or location. Good Luck! Can't think of the title. Years ago I started reading this book and got interrupted and was never able to finish it.
It's been driving me nuts through the years! I believe it was a Harlequin. The woman is a surgeon who was working too hard and I believe collapsed and was forced to take a vacation. She is staying in this house and the next door neighbor's dog comes over. She is mistaken for a teenager and is hired by her neighbor as a housekeeper or assistant? She pretends to be a teenager and the neighbor is conflicted because he is attracted to her.
It was not a harlequin romance. The hero was an actor. He comes to the Heroine's grandmother's island to shoot a pirate film. The heroine works in the perfume industry. She calls her boss "Madame".
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Her sister lives on the island and makes glass designs. The heroine's grandmother dies in the end. There is a particular scene in the book in which the heroine names her new perfume "winterfire". Theres another scene in which the hero shoots for a new perfume ad in which he wears a lab coat. Thanks in advance. I really wish there was some sort of database where you could search keyword plot lines to books and find titles! It would make this so much easier! I've been looking for a book I read years ago and thought someone may be able to help.
It begins in contemporary time although I think this book was published in the 80's or 90's. The H is an artist who meets the h at a restaurant one night, and tells her he bets she has dimples on her ass. She gets offended but decides to take him up on his offer to pose for a painting. She keeps having these visions, and the H in the other times was an officer in the military during the war, and the h was always on the opposite side. In contemporary times, h tries using hypnosis to go back in the past and save H, but H contemporary ends up channeling the angry war General and no longer acts like himself.
Hi, I'm looking for a historical romance book. She's captured by the hero and taken to his ship to sail to America and I think he chains her feet together, because he thinks she could hurt them. His crew mocks him during the journey, because she doesn't act like a captive at all. That's all I remember. If you could tell me the name of this book I'd be so happy.
It's been bugging me for a really long time. I'm sorry if there's not enough detail. I read this book a long time ago. Hi - what a wonderful place this is!!! I've been looking for a book that I read about 5 years ago. The main character is a writer of historical romances and her main character comes to life along with his footman. Together they solve a mystery. Her main character is a bit of a rogue, a count??? His footman is oafish and funny.
Thanks so much for your help. Hi, Could please someone help me in finding a mills and boon novel of a greek tycoon arranged marriage with a girl who does charity works. The heroine loves the guy but he is not sure that his husband loves her. The marriage was arranged by heroine grandmother and hero grandfather.
They are passionate in bed and married for 3 years. Then comes a lady who was hero ex lover and trying to create problems in there marriage but at last hero tells her wife that he loves her and he is not interested in anyone else. I cant remember the name of the novel. Could anyone please help.
Regards, Aditi. So excited I found this site. I have been looking for a book that I read over ten years ago, but it was probably from the 80's. It's a historical romance about an orphaned woman who takes over her dads fishing boat and dresses like a man so she gets left alone. They think she is a man at first but then somehow they realize she is a woman and then the crew is unhappy she is there, they keep calling her a Jonah and she was going to bring bad luck to them. They were getting followed by a pirate captain who was mad at the other captain for some reason and one day in port he sees the woman and tries to kidnap her or he does.
I don't remember much after that. Hopefully someone can help me!! Please help I want to read this book again but I cant remember the title or author. The story was about a woman who slept with this hunk rancher then while she was in the city she lost her memory and cant remember him. Here's the catch she's pregnant with his baby and has lots of money she either will or has inherited. I think she worked in a law office I remember some horrible man she couldn't believe she would even think about sleeping with trying to convince her the baby was his to get his hands on the money and I seem to remember the name Tucker for the Ranch hunk.
I could be wrong. Please help with the title of this book! I believe it was one of a series and this one was about one of four English sisters and very funny. The story is told from the perspective of the sister who is getting married to an engineer and she is embarrassed to be thinking to herself that he has rescued her from a crazy life with her family.
I remember that she and her mother rode the Tube under the Thames - which she found very exciting and her mother found terrifying. Before the wedding, the sisters and their mother go to some ritzy restaurant for tea but discover they have almost no money but the mother deals with the head waiter with honesty and class. One of the married sisters is wealthy and arranged it but never pays for anything.
Once married, they take a honeymoon cruise to Australia where the husband has taken a job for a year or so. One of the bride's younger sisters is also on the ship relocating to Australia - either to work or live with another relative. The bride and the sister are sitting in deck chairs behind the husband and his friend and the bride observes her sister just gazing adoringly at the back of the guy's head. That's all I remember but always wanted to read the other books by this author - whoever she is. I remember the cover was solid red with the only the title on it.
Forgive me if I do this wrong, I am new at this. I read a book about a year or so ago unfortunately, I cannot remember if it is one I got at the library or what. I cannot remember the title or author and can only remember a couple of scenes. I want to say it was in an anthology but I am not sure. Here Goes: It starts off with the heroine sneaking into a guy's house to return something or maybe retrieve something as a favor to a friend. Her friend is the mistress of the guy who owns the house. She is caught by a different guy hero who is staying there I believe he is the guy's brother or something and I believe she convinces him that she is the mistress because he was drunk.
Next, she runs into him and is introduced to him at a party. He recognizes her and she recognizes him and they end up in a discussion and kissing in a dark room. She is daring and willful. I have been trying to figure out this book for over a year now. He is now a famous businessman. He came to buy a product. The heroine also wants to buy that product. She is known as a ruthless CEO and her career depends on that product. The hero is the heroine's sister's friend.
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They meet at the sister's engagement. When the hero was here he used to be a rouge. The heroine always had a crush on him. So when she was in college she created such a situation that they had to spend the night in a hut and she had previously planned that she'll lose her virginity to him. Later like always the hero plans not to call her but when she doesn't call he does. He calls for a week she never picks up. He thinks she ditched him because he is poor and she doesn't pick up because she knows he'll break her heart This thought drives him to the top.
I can't remember the name but it's kind of bugging me right now. I posted in the other thread a while back but did not get a response so I thought I would try again. I read this book years ago it was about a French heroine she's living in France and she happens to meet the hero by chance they spend a night together and she finds out that she is pregnant. The hero has already left at this point I think he was in the military? He was British though. Her father finds out and sends her to a convent where she gives birth to a daughter that she names Emma. A few years pass and she somehow ends up in England and becomes the governess?
The hero had thought that she abandoned their child this whole time so he hates the heroine for her actions but they end up making up by the end of the book I think she might be blind??? I clearly remember that she was a French aristocrat though but she becomes broke after the French revolution.
I really really hope someone recognizes this book I am almost convinced that I've just imagined the whole thing. Glad to find you all and looking forward to recommendations and help. Unknown title and author. Book published before I believe it was set in Scotland. He may have plotted with her brother to sleep with her in order to get he pregnant and pass the child off as his son's. If anyone could help, I'd greatly appreciate it. Second book: Another one set in Scotland. The only thing that I can remember is that it runs into Christmas. The h is at her birth father's house for the first time.
Enjoying this site emmincely! I'm also new to this site, but I'm so happy I've found it! I have spent the last few hours jotting down all the books i had forgotten about reading the previous thread : sooo, down to business, I read a book maybe 5 years ago, but it was bought from a car boot sale, so i have no idea when it was published etc. Also, i dont remember anything about it really other than begging. Man and woman get married i cant remember how it came about - it was arranged and the girl doesn't know anything about sex, other than what she had seen in her farm? I do remember her thinking that his willy looked more like a babies arm than a mushroom a maid or someone told her this I haven't described it very well, but this book is one of the funniest historical romance books i have read, and would love to read it again!
WadcbNo, unfortunately that's not it, but I am now going to have to read it lol. Another Newbie here : I read a historical romance in the 's which I know I loved but have barely any memory of! The only clear memory I have is of the beginning: a girl is being hunted down by two men, in a forest, who have intentions of raping her. I think she ends up hiding in a tree trunk? The girl has red hair and green eyes?? I feel like she's been living with a nasty old uncle or something due to the death of her parents. That's all I have! Any help is much appreciated :.
It came out in Thank you but I actually found it on Google! Thanks anyway :. Ok, I'm driving myself insane and asking all of you for help please! The plot: Woman marries a man out west in the 's - 's. She grows up on the East cost and marries a man whom owns a ranch in Utah or Nevada. She travels by train and is from money. She arrives in her hoop skirt but is quickly told by her husband to wear pants. She had trouble adjusting to this new life where she rides horses and wears pants instead of being the lady she should be.
She then learns how to garden in the dry west part of the country. After months of ranching with her husband. Her husband eventually falls ill from a sickness going on there. She tells her native american neighbor that she'll watch over the baby to ensure that he does not get the sickness his mother has. She kidnaps him. She then flees to PA and then to Europe. The baby's father spends many years searching for his kidnapped son. The woman meets a man in Europe and leaves the baby she is hiding in the attic by the lake on their property.
The baby is then found by neighbors who are gypsies. The gypsies then raise the baby. The woman has two more children, both girls who are friends with this kidnapped little boy. After the mom dies, the girls start unraveling what happened. One of the woman's children and the kidnapped boy now a man start a relationship What is this book, I'm loosing my mind?! All help is appreciated! I've been trying to think of the title and author of this book for months.
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I've gone through lists of books by authors I usually read but can't figure it out. The book was 4 stories in one. It was based around two sets of sisters that are cousins. Each story is for each sister. The first story starts with one set of sisters coming west to live after the civil war. The older sister's husband died in the war.
The late husbands best friend comes to live with them and of course the two fall in love and marry. The second story has the cousins, another set of sisters coming to live with them. The older sister of this set ends up falling for the sheriff and they marry. The next story is the younger sister of the first set of sisters. She marries the rich guy in town after she lost a bet to him in a horse race. This guy was originally interested in the older cousin, but he was only interested in him because of his money. The last story is about the last sister. Her name was Meg I think but I can't remember what her story was.
If anyone can please help me. It's driving me crazy. Hope this helps! I can't remember this title, or author! Published late 80s, early 90s. Setting: Scotland, s, the year leading to the second Jacobite rebellion, and right after. Marriage of Convenience between I think a Campbell woman and a rebellious highland clan. The eldest daughter was to marry the man, but she fainted at the alter, so the younger daughter married him. The man she married was the only remaining son on the clan laird, who was a scarred, womanizing, jerkface.
The woman stood out for being practical and smart; before marrying she demanded concessions like having soldiers periodically check on her to make she is ok. This has ramifications later because the English officer who checks on her becomes a friend, and she uses him to save her husband. The woman ended up in the highlands at the castle, made friends with the old cook and her young maid, but lived separate from her husband who was sleeping with his father's redheaded mistress, Fiona?
Eventually, they go to a highland wedding, the husband gets sucked into Bonnie Prince Charles' rebellion, and the wife returns to her father's estate. At that wedding the h beloved cousin is killed by the H's father. Eventually the rebellion fails, the wife finds the husband, her father captures him, he is sentenced to hang, and she uses Rob Roy I think? They sail to America. Not a lot of sex, and a lot of historical detail, in the book.
There are a lot of secondary plot points. I honestly remember almost everything except the name and title. Cover, I think, was a castle in the distance, blue sky, green hills. I'm looking for a book that I do not know the title or author to. I know it was published before The heroine travels to the Yukon, I think looking for her father I believe. He works in the gold fields in Dawson City. If I'm not mistaken she ends up marrying his younger partner or something like that.
His name is Logan not sure if its his first or last name, It might have been O'shea or that could have been the girls last name. I think she also ended up leaving him and going back down to Dawson. There was also I think a Mountie that was vaing for her affections as well. I just remember his name being Logan. I have been looking for this book forever and have been trying to locate it with no such luck.
They end up in Scotland, at her birth father's. It doesn't sound perfect, but the kidnapped h helps heal the H's little sister who was raped by h's stepbrother or something. Part of a series, though. Hi, I have being trying to rememeber the name of a book. The basic synopsis is that a florist is dropping off flowers at her brother and his new wife's house only to find her sister in law flirting with a man.
The man wants revenge on the family because of something her father did so he decides to break up the marriage. The sister in law is young, bored, her husband is always away and she is feeling neglected. No doubt she would be easily seduced. To protect or brothers marriage she suggests the man use her for revenge instead. He agrees and says they should get married.
The woman is in a relationship with a man and breaks it off to marry the virtual stranger. They get married, with the women wearing jeans to her wedding. After the wedding the groom finds out that the father disaproves of the daughter and it is no big deal that he married her. They all in love etc etc with him building her a greenhouse and buying her a car I think there was a line in there, like "you're the typre of man who'd by his child a train set and then end up playing with it yourself.
I think there was something in there about her always wearing clothes with flowers on them. The sister in law gets jealous. There is a jealous scene where the groom thinks his new wife is getting lunch with an ex. There is a happy resolution. It is a contemporary novel written in the last years, it may have been a country setting, I think there was a mention of a cowboy hat.
Hello I'm looking for a book that I read years ago. I'm pretty sure that it was written in the 80s or early 90s. It's a Regency romance book. It's a bout a young redheaded girl who becomes the ward of an English Lord. I think he's of Spanish or Italian descent. He hates that he is attracted to her because he's older than her. He hates that she has beautiful red hair and makes her wear hats anytime she's outdoors. She's very feisty and sometimes immature because of her age. I think someone tries to kidnap her.
But he thinks that she ran away and when he finds her it's pouring down rain they make love and he doesn't realize, because of the rain and all her skirts, that she's bleeding to death because she's been cut on her leg. She gets pregnant, they get married, and she has a baby boy. I can't remember why but she ends up leaving him and he doesn't know where she's at. When he finds her she's a governess, they get back together.
She leaves him again this time for his best friend and she's pregnant. He finds out where she's at and kidnaps her. She ends up giving birth to their little girl on the ship. And after that I really can't remember anything else. Thank you ;. I'm so glad I have found this site.
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I have found many books to add to my "to read" list. I have read a book some years back. This is what I remember about it. The hero is a cowboy -in texas, perhaps? The son had interfered with mail even then -I think it was the late s, but don't hold me to it- it was a crime and the boy roughly aged 8 has admitted to it. If I remember correctly, he said the that he liked the picture the heroine of the story sent; his father had no idea of it.
The heroine is a woman with a small boy. He is approximately the same age as the hero's son. The boys don't get along at first, but as the story unfolds they practicaly become inseparable. The hero's son admits near the end of the story that he was jealous of the other boy because the heroine's son had a mother who wanted to protect him. See, the story begins in front of store -feed store, maybe- and if I remembert it right, the woman was concerned about her son getting her. The heroine is from Ireland and is on the run. The man, and later his family, accused her of kindapping to separate her from her son.
And she saw the ad for a teacher as a chance for escape as far west as possible. The offer I think included the room and board. Anyway, the matter came before a judge and that is how our heroine came to live on the ranch and became a teacher to his son. Thanks for you help! I am desperately trying to find a book I believe I read in the mid to late 90s not totally sure. It would most likely be Harlequin or Silhouette.
It is about a man who is after the person who killed his wife and twin daughters in a car bombing. Then a few months later she discovered she is pregnant. She has three identical triplet boys and she tries to find the man she spend the night with but with no luck. Then she runs into to him like three or four years later. I think at this point the triplet boys are around three years old and he then protects her and his sons because the man she had been dating for the last six months is the one who initially killed his wife and twin daughters.
I think the triplets names were Ryan, Sean and unsure of the other one. If anyone one remembers this I would greatly appreciate it. I loved this book and would love to read it again. I scanned through the last post but not these ones yet. So if someone has already asked about this book just point me in the right direction please. I mostly remember scenes ant he plot and I think it was a Harlequin.
But it was about a guy, who used to be a surfer I think and now he works for or owns a magazine and is doing a photo shoot of the new swim line. Back when he was still surfing he met a girl had an amazing night with her but was so drunk he only remembers the tattoo on her back and not her face. She owns a shop now that sells organic fiber?
Very hippy. I remember the part where she, I think, bets him that her swimsuits are better and she can make the models look better in the shoot than he can. He makes her wear one of her own suits and realizes that she is the one he was looking for and when he asks why she never said anything she tells him that she already knows who he is.
Please help me find this book. It's driving me nuts! I read this 4 or 5 years ago and think it was a fairly recent publication. It's historical European, maybe early s. The hero is in London with friends. His wife is there. It was a marriage of convenience, and they had never lived together. She was struggling to hold the estate together.
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He puts it to the test when a monster rampages through town, ending up at his Inn. Ruel, who was passing through town, teams up with Yugo and defeats the beast, which turns out to have been an Iop possessed by a demon trapped in an item, in this case, a sword known as a Shushu. Alibert, seeing Yugo's power, decides to tell him the truth: that he is adopted and that his real family is out there somewhere. Later when returning to Emelka, Yugo, Alibert, and the others are attacked by the time villain from 12 years ago, now revealed to be a Xelor named Nox.
Nox manipulates time to age Alibert rapidly and he calls Yugo a Eliatrope, swearing to get Yugo's Wakfu one day. Alibert, knowing that Yugo deserves to know the truth, tells him that his real family, the Eliatrope race, are out there somewhere at a place called Oma Island. Yugo's friends agree to help him find his real family set off for the adventure. The group goes to Kelba Market in search of a map to begin their quest.
When they arrive they find the marketplace under attack by the Black Crow. The groups learns about a shop run by Kabrok, an old adventurer who hung up his cape and became a stock boy, and Miranda, who is Kabrok's strict, but loving, wife. They have a map the group can buy, but are unable to sell thanks to the Black Crow.
The heroes lay a trap for the Black Crow and are able to take him down. The Black Crow is revealed to be Kabrok, who was bored with his life, craved adventure again, and felt that attacking the local merchants was the way to get it. Kabrok and his wife sell the group a map. The group dons disguise to get inside the tower. The nine of them decide to hold a little contest to see who will get the kiss from Percedal, which ends up being pure torture. Things quickly go wrong when Eva, who is the prettiest out of all of them but labeled the ugliest among the sisters, enrages the sisters and causes them to attack the group.
Freeing Dally, the group flees with the aid of one of the sisters, who believe that they got what they deserved and is sorry for what they did to Dally. As they flee, Dally blows the sister a kiss, which turns the sisters and their tower back to normal. The group comes across a village of Puddles, cephalopod-like gelatinous creatures that turn into puddles.
They are constantly attacked by a pack of Taures Bullies, wild bovine beasts that constantly raid their village for food. The group manages to fight them off, but know they will return as they always have. Not wanting to turn a blind eye to turmoil, and needing food themselves, the group decide to help train the Puddles so they can be ready for the next raid.
The Bullies attack again, but the group, along with the Puddles, quickly overpower them. However, the Bullies brought one of their leaders, their father, Mandhal the Mighty. He proves to be a tough foe, even having his own beam attack, but Yugo uses his portal to deflect Father's beam attack back at him.
With Father defeated, and worried about Mother finding out, the Bullies flee, leaving the Puddles to live in peace. With no other route to take, the group is forced to pass through an inhospitable town full of decay and zombie-like townsfolk. Vampyro, a vampire, comes to claim Eva as his wife, by using a magical ring to take her shadow, i. The group launches a rescue mission, avoiding ghouls launched by Vampyro. While scaling his castle, the group is overrun by vampire bats.
Percedal volunteers to stay behind while the others go to rescue Eva. They arrive and find that Vampyro is using Eva's body as a vessel for his true love, Shadofang. Vampyro uses his shadow stealing powers on Ruel, turning him into a beast that Amalia eventually defeats. Amalia, Yugo, and Percedal fight Vampyro, but he proves to be too powerful.
However, during the fight, they discover his weakness: he's allergic to Az. The group uses Az to their advantage, overpowering Vampyro and getting the ring off of him. He turns back to his original self, a magistrate named Wagner. His release also turns the town and the townspeople back to normal and returns the shadows of Eva and Ruel. In the forest, Ruel and Yugo are attacked by giant Venus flytraps, but are saved by a forest dweller named Sybannak. They are forced to help her in exchange for the sap, but when the tasks become tedious and monotonous, Ruel instead decides to steal some sap.
Enraged, Sybannak attacks with the Venus flytrap monsters. Rue and Yugo escape with the sap and return to Nausea's where they save Amalia and return the dolls back to normal. Following a very delicious smell, the group finds a man attacking a beast made entirely out of bread. They mistake the man for the attacker, only to later find out that the man, an innocent baker named Xav, was attacked by Breadnaughts who were after the rare Golden Wheat stored in his barn.
Before the attack, Xav was going to enter a bread baking contest with the special wheat which is thought to produce exquisite bread. Wanting to fix their mistake, Yugo decides to help Xav make the bread while the others harvest the wheat. They enter the competition and with Yugo's help, Xav wins. The Breadnaught inadvertently reveals that she is Chouquette, Xav's father's former apprentice, and that she was after the wheat because she is in love with her master and wanted him to win. The group is staying at Xav's place, and getting some tips on how to deal with Skribble from its original master, Xav's father, Ratweasel.
A traveling herald named Rich McDeek passes through and tells the group that kamas gold coins are being stolen throughout the land. Ruel, afraid his own kamas will be stolen, retreats into his magical bag, and uses a recall potion to return home. The others, McDeek included, follow after him. They discover his home is built into a clay mesa and has a special code, which is the theme song of the show Sur Tes Pas, to keep intruders out and keep his stash of Kamas hidden. McDeek reveals himself to be a shapeshifting genie that turns into whatever he eats, and as he eats kamas, he's as hard as gold.
He overpowers the group and eats more kamas. Ruel, not one to give up his kamas, tricks him into eating chocolate coins instead.
McDeek eats them and turns into chocolate. Ruel traps him inside a glass vase and leaves McDeek in his vault. They try to buy a boat from a fisherman sympathetic to their story, but the cost is too expensive. Real Gobbly is not intent on teaming up with Ruel, as he left them to become a Bounty Hunter, but Ruel and the crew are able to make nice with the team and join up and receive some basic training before the game.
Things don't go well as Lamechester begins using cheap tricks to get the upper hand. Kriss Krass insists on showboating to show off to the crowd, thinking about how he'll look cool to his fans over playing the actual game, which gets worse and worse as the match goes on as he cares too much about making sure the fans get a good show. The senior members of Real Gobbly get badly injured, forcing them out of the rest of the game and forcing Ruel to bring in Yugo, Amalia, and Eva.
With Real Gobbly's senior members being forced out due to injuries brought by Kriss Krass and his team, Ruel brings in Yugo, who is excited to be in the game, Amalia, who's also excited but intimidated by the size of some of the players, and Eva, who could care less but whose beauty infatuates Jay of Kriss Krass's team turns him into a motionless statue, as substitutes, though he feels the girls won't be as valued players as his old team was, but they prove to be just as useful as the senior members, if not better.
They're so good, Kriss Krass is getting infuriated that he's not the center of attention with the crowd and that his own cheerleaders cheering on Yugo, he bribes the referee and announcer, giving his team free rein to cheat for four minutes, but Amalia is able to use Jay's infatuation of Eva to take out some of his own teammates, letting Real Gobbly score the final point, leading into overtime.
In overtime, all plays have unlimited charge in their equipment, making the final point all the more hectic. After a hectic match, Yugo and Kriss Krass fight over the ball, with Kriss Krass seemingly about to win, but his showboating gets the better of him with Percedal claiming the ball and scoring the winning point with Yugo, winning the game for Real Gobbly and becoming permanent legends of the Bonta field. With the winnings, they buy the boat and head off to Oma. Meanwhile, in his clock fortress, Nox has a dream about his past and his drive to absorb all the Wakfu he can is revealed- he had a wife and children, but they were killed by Ogrest's Chaos and he hopes a mysterious cube he has will reverse time far back enough to prevent their death's.
He and his clock fortress travel back to Emelka and siphons the Wakfu from the Soft Oak, killing it, the Polters, and the forest it protected. He also visits Alibert and restores him back to normal, saying he apologizes for what he's about to do to the World of Twelve. Saul is able to claim the hammer and command overwhelming power because of it, but Botun and Amalia, who had been lamenting the inevitable end of the journey before they arrived, are able to outsmart him and reclaim the hammer, defeating him by sending him into the stratosphere on a giant tiki totem.
The Kanniballs help repair their ship and point them in the direction of Oma. Part 3. With Yugo and the others stranded in the middle of the North, Grougaloragran and Nox's decisive battle will not only decide the fate of Oma Island but the World of Twelve itself!
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Nox's plan to drain the Tree of Life has been set into motion. In order to stop him, the Brotherhood of the Tofu is formed, and the gang must go their separate ways. When they enter the palace of the King, Oakheart Sheran Sharm, they find that the king is not there, but instead, they run into Amalia's elder brother, Armand, who is substituting as king for his father while he is in meditation.
Later, Dally accidentally gets in trouble with the royal guard and is challenged to a battle against Armand. But when he gets severely beaten, Rubilax causes chaos when he takes control of Dally, and makes him go out of control. After the chaotic events of the previous episode, Percedal has gone missing, and Ruel has been thrown in prison. But when they arrive, Amalia suddenly disappears. Then when Eva tries looking for her, she unknowingly finds herself in an endless dreamscape. Yugo, Adamai and Az finally arrive on the island where Grougaloragran hides his Dofus.
Soon when arriving, Adamai begins to train Yugo to help him dig deeper into his hidden powers. But meanwhile, Igol, Nox's vicious bow-wow, also arrives on the island, hunting for its new prey: Adamai. After burying Rubilax, he aimlessly wanders the desert to the grave of his late Master Goultard, who, unexpectedly, ends up being resurrected. With Goultard's wisdom, Dally finally begins to learn how to become a true Shushu Guardian: by fighting Rubilax in his true Shushu form, and defeating him.
Still on the island, Yugo, Adamai and Az finally arrive to the secret sanctuary where Grougaloragran keeps his Dofus hidden, as well as meet the keeper who guards. When finding the Dofus in the hidden sactuary, Yugo discovers that he must battle a giant stone creature that guards it in order to get it.
Meanwhile, Igol is back, and continues to hunt down Adamai. Yugo and Adamai have obtained Grougaloragran's Dofus, and begin making their way to the Sadida Kingdom to join their friends. Meanwhile, as the Kingdom of Sadida readies for war, they must prevent Nox's Clock from reaching the Kingdom and the Tree of Life, but little do they know, Nox continues to stay one step ahead. Nox and his army arrive on Sadida Kingdom territory and begin to make way towards their target: the Tree of Life and its source of Wakfu.
The Brotherhood of the Tofu, now reunited, along with the Sadida Kingom's warriors, go on the offensive to stop him and his giant clock from reaching the tree. The machine overpowers them and kills Percedal, only to be later destroyed by Ruel and Master Joris. After sensing Dally's death, Yugo launches into a rage.
Enraged by Percedal's death, Yugo and Adamai go inside the clock and must reach the Eliacube, Nox's source of power, to win the final battle. They arrive too late as the Tree of Life is absorbed and the Sadida race dies. The two brothers fight Nox and briefly overpower him. Yugo attempts to access the Eliacube, but they are teleported to a faraway mountain.
Yugo and Nox battle one on one, and after a brief interruption by Ogrest, Nox drains Yugo and of his Wakfu, declaring himself victorious. Nox moves on with his plan and succeeds in going back in time, but they only went back twenty minutes, to before the Tree's destruction, but right after Dally's death. The Clock falls apart from the fight and the Sadidas move into finish Nox off, only to be stopped by Yugo, seeing that despite all the destruction, Nox was doing this to save his family and that he's already been beaten.
Nox thanks Yugo before teleporting away. The Sadida people rebuild their kingdom and a statue was erected in Percedal's memory. In the final scene, Yugo and the others are seen at the foot of Dally's statue, paying their respects. A few months have passed since the battle with Nox, and the heroes are living daily life in the Sadida Kingdom. Meanwhile, while Evangelyne sits by Percedal's statue, when she is seen sketching a picture of him in her book, the picture of Dally suddenly talks!