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The Lord And The Wayward Lady (Regency Silk & Scandal Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Louise Allen has been immersing herself in history for as long as she can remember. She finds landscapes and places evoke powerful images of the past - Venice, Burgundy and the Greek islands are favourite destinations. Louise lives on the Norfolk coast. She spends her spare time gardening, researching family history or travelling in search of inspiration. Please visit Louise's website – www.louiseallenregency.co.uk, or find her on Twitter @LouiseRegency and on Facebook.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- File Size : 622 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 226 pages
- Publisher : Mills & Boon Special Release (1 August 2010)
- ASIN : B008LQL0VS
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
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starts the series of very well with wonderful characters unputdownable.
This story grabbed my interest from the start and never let it go. The Carlow family presents a winning ensemble, and Nell is a dynamic addition to the mix. I enjoyed watching Nell and Marcus alternatively feed and fight their feelings for each other while various family members looked on with knowing smiles. The mystery component is weighty and compelling, and I was particularly curious as to who could be behind the persistent threats. Nell was sometimes difficult, but the interchanges between her and Marcus were easy to enjoy...their protective feelings towards one another quite endearing. I look forward to the next installment, "Paying the Virgin's Price", by Christine Merrill.
Long series that drag more and more peripheral characters into prominence in order to keep the whole thing going are not my particular cup of tea. A few books using the same story line is fine but this series is constructed to keep the underlying mystery going way too long and worse, is written by several different writers with quite frankly different levels of talent. Very annoying concept and I hope publishers don't do it again.