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A Mistress, A Scandal, A Ring Hardcover – 1 August 2018
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- Publisher : Mills & Boon - AU; New edition (1 August 2018)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263076393
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263076394
- Dimensions : 13 x 2.3 x 19.5 cm
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About the Author
Addicted to daydreaming and romance from a young age, Angela suspects she was always destined to become a writer although
she did travel a convoluted career path on her way to authordom.
Like many an intrepid Kiwi she also travelled the world, backpacking through Europe, Egypt, Israel, Turkey and the Greek Islands before settling down to live and work for a few years in London.
Now she lives back home in the vibrant harbourside city of Wellington, New Zealand, never taking a day in her beautiful country for
granted and loving the challenge of pursuing her writing dreams.
Over the years, her list of incurable addictions has expanded to include coffee, chocolate, Pinterest, her iPad and her husband,
though not necessarily in that order!
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Top reviews from other countries
The writing style does not engage you. When you are reading the most oft used tropes, you hope the author makes it interesting……… unfortunately here it is just plain boring.
Xaviers behaviour with Jordan is overbearing, rude. Jordan's characterization is good, but comes across as weak …(maybe because she is grieving………!?, but it really does not come across that way)
The one star is for getting the part about an adoptee's pain, when they are not accepted by part of the family/soceity. Quite oddly, this is more common among the rich- mainly due to inheritance issues. The non-acceptance is always played out on the child……never in front of the parents. Vicious, wounding words, used slyly. Undermining covertly. It does result in extremes- either the child conforms and tries to be perfect (like in this story) or goes off the rails on the other end of the spectrum. If perfect then it is deemed to be due to good upbringing… and if the other then it is said 'ungrateful, bad blood etc etc. Basically, the adopted child cannot win.
But I digress .....
This one a waste of time and money for me ....
Disappointed...Not sure why this was rated 4 1/2 stars..